The Breeze in the Sonic Drift games is blue and yellow colored, which appears to be possibly anthropomorphic, as it appears to have have eyes in its headlights and mouth in the lower side of the bumper. The Breeze's driver's seat is brown and dark green. It is possible that the Breeze is modeled and loosely based on the real-life Rover Cabrio, as it features flexibly operating roof for open or enclosed mode driving at back.
In Sonic R, a similar car appears with a red paint job, although it is depicted as a regular inanimate car unlike the Sonic Drift artwork. In Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, it was much later replaced by the Pink Cabriolet.
The Breeze first appears in Sonic Drift as Amy's car. Breeze has a good acceleration, but unfortunately has a poor speed. Amy Rose can use her special power "Heart Attack" to decrease the speed of her competitors.
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Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld
The Breeze, along with other three characters' vehicles from Sonic Drift, are used in the "Car Race" minigame in Sonic the Hedgehog's Gameworld, as the Breeze is Amy's racing car. The player has to race around the circular track in a one-lap kart race.
Sonic Drift 2
The Breeze returns in Sonic Drift 2 as Amy's car and operates exactly the same way as it did in Sonic Drift. Amy also can throw hearts which only reverse the controls of rivals to slow them down, similarly to the Heart Attack from the first game.
The ability to summon and throw small Hearts onto the track, which don't do damage, but greatly slow down and reverse the controls of any racer that drives into them.
Amy uses a similar looking buggy in Sonic R, although it is colored red and has no signs of anthropomorphism. Like in previous games, it has slow speed, but can also hover over water, as some others has to walk underwater. The car actually has the ability to boost with the highest possible speed.