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Overview

BXR Motors began with an average, American man and his dream to personally build a truly great American supercar. The man behind the car is Neal Bailey.

Neal is a self-proclaimed “gear head” with a lifelong passion for cars. From an extremely young age, Neal showed serious interest in cars and understanding exactly “how things work”, in his own words. Neal still recollects on how during his childhood he would take apart his parents new electronics just in order to put it back together to understand how it worked. His first car, a 1972 Convertible Mustang Spirit Edition, was his first garage project and the spark that set fire to Neal’s automobile passion. Decades and dozens of cars later, Neal took a serious personal leap of faith and embarked on a life-changing project.

In 2008, Neal left his comfortable, stable job as a web developer and invested all his personal savings into the designing and building of the Bailey Blade XTR. Neal wanted to combine the best design features of some of the cars he grew up loving while achieving a perfect marriage of performance and appearance. His inspiration for the Bailey Blade XTR came from automobiles across the board, classic and new, domestic and foreign. Neal used everything from classic American muscle cars to sleek, luxurious exotics to pull design ideas and elements from in the design of the Blade. He wanted to revitalize and recreate the image of what an “American supercar” should be.

After more than four years of working from his home garage, Neal received the boost that took his project to the next level. With investors and a business-savvy team beside him, Neal put the development of the Blade in high gear. By bringing in experts in all areas of automotive design and development, the Blade was continually tweaked and ultimately perfected.

Cars

Year Model Image Appearances
2015 Bailey Blade XT4 AX XT4 stats (S) Asphalt Xtreme
2015 Bailey Blade GT1 BXR Bailey Blade GT1 stock Asphalt 8: Airborne
Vehicle Manufacturers in the Asphalt series
Canada BRP - Felino - HTT
United States of America Buick - BXR Motors - Cadillac - Chevrolet - Chrysler - Confederate - DMC - Dodge (SRT, Ram Trucks) - Ecosse - Equus - Exotic Rides - Falcon - Fisker - Ford - GMC - H&H - Harley-Davidson - Hennessey Performance - Hummer - Jeep - Kepler - Lightning Motorcycle Corporation - Lucra - Meyers - Mosler - Plymouth - Polaris - Pontiac - Predator Motor Corporation - Rezvani - Saleen - Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus - Shelby - SSC - Tesla - Trion - VLF
France Alpine - Bugatti - Citroën (DS Automobiles) - Genty Automobile - Peugeot - Renault - SMG
Germany 9FF - Apollo Automobil GmbH - Artega Automobile - Audi - BMW - MAN Truck & Bus - Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes-AMG) - Opel - Porsche - RUF - Volkswagen
Italy Alfa Romeo - Aprilia - Ducati - ED Design - Ferrari - Fiat (Abarth) - Icona - Lamborghini - Lancia - Maserati - Mazzanti Automobili - MV Agusta - Pagani - Perlini - Pininfarina - Spada Vetture Sport - Italdesign Giugiaro
Netherlands Donkervoort - Savage Rivale - Spyker - Vencer
Spain SEAT - Spania GTA - Tramontana
Sweden Husqvarna Motorcycles - Koenigsegg - Saab - Volvo - Zeus Twelve
Switzerland Ecole ESPERA Sbarro - NanoFlowcell - Rinspeed - Weber
United Kingdom AC Cars - Arash - Ariel - Ascari - Aston Martin - Bentley - Caterham - Ginetta Cars - Jaguar - Land Rover - Lotus - MG Motor - McLaren - Mini - Morgan - Rage Motorsport - Rolls-Royce - Triumph - TVR - Vauxhall
Rest of Europe Arrinera - KTM - Marussia - Rimac - SIN Cars - Zenvo
Middle East Devel - ONUK Competition Development - W Motors
Japan Honda (Acura) - Kawasaki - Mazda - Mitsubishi - Mitsuoka - Nissan (Infiniti/NISMO) - Subaru - Suzuki - Toyota (Scion) - Yamaha
South Korea Hyundai - Kia
Rest of Asia DC - Geely - Vanda Electrics (Dendrobium Motors) - Techrules
Australia FPV - Holden
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