The design of the Brubaker is typical of a 1930s racing car. In game, it is only available in white, with red spoked wheels. Notably, it is of a more modern design than some of the other racers featured in Fairplay; including the Trautenberg Racer 4WD. As a racing car, it features no headlights, brake lights or turn signals. The car seems based on a 1931 Miller V16.
With their being only one variant of the 4WD, performance traits are always as follows, as indicated by the Carcyclopedia:
- Weight: 1100 kg
- Power: 300 HP (220 kW)
- Maximum speed: 140 mph (225 km/h)
- Engine: Eight cylinder
- Swept volume: 5047 ccm
- Gear box: Three speed
Being 4WD, the Brubaker 4WD is exceptionally grippy, and, as a racing car, is one of the fastest vehicles available to drive in game. Both acceleration and top speed are far higher than any road car, but the 4WD is noticeably more susceptible to bumps in the road surface than other vehicles.
The Brubaker 4WD offers little protection for the driver from crashes, and is incredibly fragile.
As a highly expensive racing car, the Brubaker 4WD cannot be seen in general traffic. It is driven by the player during the mission Fairplay. Also, once the player has completed the main game missions, it can be unlocked in Free Ride Extreme, by completing the Vision Distortion Race Car subquest. It isn't worth much however, as the Brubaker is not particularly suitable for road use.