Vehicles are machines piloted by the SuperChargers in Skylanders: SuperChargers and its Racing counterpart. These special machines are powered by legendary Rift Engines that allows the SuperChargers to create rifts to travel through like portals.

Attributes

Each Vehicle is aligned by element and terrain type, giving players unique abilities and diverse experiences across different settings throughout the game. The terrain types are Land, Sky and Sea. Not only are the vehicles playable in game, many of the figures have movable parts, making the toys fun and playable outside of the game.

By collecting Gearbits in vehicle areas, SuperChargers can upgrade their Vehicle's weapon and shields. Players can also gather Mods to customize their vehicles.

Some of the Villains also have their own vehicles, but they cannot be used in the story mode of SuperChargers, and cannot switch drivers. These are unlocked by Trophies, of which there are one per terrain, plus one extra for Kaos. Additionally, Pandergast allows Skylanders to borrow two of his vehicles for the Land and Sea races of SuperChargers Racing.

In the Skylanders Academy TV series, they are referred to as SuperChargers, and all are capable of flight despite not all being Sky vehicles. They are kept in working condition by Sprocket.

List of Vehicles

SuperCharger Vehicles

Land

Land Symbol.png Land Vehicles Land Symbol.png Element Pilot
Barrel Blaster symbol.png Barrel Blaster
Dark Barrel Blaster Icon.png Dark Barrel Blaster
Note: Nintendo Systems Only
Tech Turbo Charge Donkey Kong
Burn-Cycle symbol.png Burn-Cycle Fire Lava Lance Eruptor
Crypt Crusher symbol.png Crypt Crusher Undead Fiesta
Gold Rusher symbol.png Gold Rusher
Power Blue Gold Rusher Icon.png Power Blue Gold Rusher
Tech Double Dare Trigger Happy
Hot Streak symbol.png Hot Streak
Dark Hot Streak Icon.png Dark Hot Streak
E3 Hot Streak
(Unavailable in Racing)
Golden Hot Streak
Instant Hot Streak
(Unavailable in Racing)
Fire Spitfire
Shark Tank symbol.png Shark Tank Earth Shark Shooter Terrafin
Shield Striker symbol.png Shield Striker Tech High Volt
Thump Truck symbol.png Thump Truck Earth Smash Hit
Tomb Buggy symbol.png Tomb Buggy Undead Bone Bash Roller Brawl

Sky

Sky Symbol.png Sky Vehicles Sky Symbol.png Element Pilot
Buzz Wing symbol.png Buzz Wing Life Thrillipede
Clown Cruiser symbol.png Clown Cruiser
Dark Clown Cruiser Icon.png Dark Clown Cruiser
Note: Nintendo Systems Only
Air Hammer Slam Bowser
Jet Stream symbol.png Jet Stream Air Hurricane Jet-Vac
Sky Slicer symbol.png Sky Slicer
Instant Sky Slicer Icon.png Instant Sky Slicer
(Imaginators Only)
Air Stormblade
Stealth Stinger symbol.png Stealth Stinger
Instant Stealth Stinger
(iOS Only)
Nitro Stealth Stinger Icon.png Nitro Stealth Stinger
Life Super Shot Stealth Elf
Sun Runner symbol.png Sun Runner
Legendary Sun Runner Icon.png Legendary Sun Runner
Light Astroblast

Sea

Sea Symbol.png Sea Vehicles Sea Symbol.png Element Pilot
Dive Bomber symbol.png Dive Bomber
Instant Dive Bomber
(iOS Only)
Spring Ahead Dive Bomber Icon.png Spring Ahead Dive Bomber
Water Dive-Clops
Reef Ripper symbol.png Reef Ripper Water Deep Dive Gill Grunt
Sea Shadow symbol.png Sea Shadow
Dark Sea Shadow Icon.png Dark Sea Shadow
Instant Sea Shadow
(Imaginators Only)
Dark Nightfall
Soda Skimmer symbol.png Soda Skimmer
Nitro Soda Skimmer Icon.png Nitro Soda Skimmer
Magic Big Bubble Pop Fizz
Splatter Splasher symbol.png Splatter Splasher
Power Blue Splatter Splasher Icon.png Power Blue Splatter Splasher
Magic Splat

Villain Vehicles

Villain Symbol.png Villain Vehicles Villain Symbol.png Element Terrain
The Lil' Phantom Tide Icon.png Captain Frightbeard's The Lil' Phantom Tide Water Sea
Toaster Bomber Icon.png Chef Pepper Jack's Toaster Bomber Fire Sky
Chompy Buster Icon.png Chompy Mage's Chompy Buster Life Land
Sky Scrambler Icon.png Cluck's Sky Scrambler Tech Sky
Spirit Dragster Icon.png Count Moneybone's Spirit Dragster Undead Land
Scale Biter Icon.png Dragon Hunter's Scale Biter

(Replaced by Dr. Krankcase's unnamed vehicle in Racing)

Magic Land
Steam Roller Icon.png Glumshanks' Steam Roller Tech Land
Glitter Glider Icon.png Golden Queen's Glitter Glider Earth Sea
Doom Jet Icon.png Kaos' Doom Jet Kaos Sky
Storm Striker Icon.png Lord Stratosfear's Storm Striker

(Replaced by Pain-Yatta's unnamed vehicle in Racing)

Air Sky
Wave Singer Icon.png Mesmeralda's Wave Singer Magic Sea
Rune Slider Icon.png Spellslamzer's Rune Slider

(Replaced by The Gulper's unnamed vehicle in Racing)

Magic Sea
Sub Woofer Icon.png Wolfgang's Sub Woofer Undead Sky

Pandergast Vehicles

Pandergast Symbol.png Pandergast Vehicles Pandergast Symbol.png Terrain
Blunder Bucket Icon.png Blunder Bucket

Racing Only

Sea
Clunker Icon.png Clunker

Racing Only

Land

Vehicles' SuperCharged Attributes

Land

Sky

  • Buzz Wing - Orange windshield added on the front of the cockpit and the metal plate on the back
  • Clown Cruiser - Propellers added on the wings
  • Jet Stream - Reversed color schemes
  • Sky Slicer - Feather blades added on the back
  • Stealth Stinger - Blades stick out the front of the landing skids
  • Sun Runner - Crystals sticking out near the cockpit

Sea

Trivia

  • Most of the new hats in SuperChargers are based off the vehicles.
  • All the land vehicles have wheels that can turn in their toy form.
  • The Hot Streak and Burn-Cycle are the only Vehicles with secondary abilities that boost up their speed, turning silver Gearbits gold within three seconds.
    • Coincidentally, both vehicles are of the Fire element.
  • The Shield Striker and Thump Truck are the only land vehicles that can't have their wheels changed through mods.
  • When the Splatter Splasher and Soda Skimmer submerge underwater, magical force field bubbles form around the Skylanders piloting them.
  • The Land, Sea and Sky terrain attributes that the Vehicles have are similar to the Elements Earth, Water and Air.
  • Land Vehicles are the most plentiful, while Sea Vehicles have the least amount of Vehicles.
  • Since the main game's starter pack provides the Hot Streak or the Barrel Blaster, a Land Vehicle is required to complete the game, while Sea and Sky Vehicles are optional. However, the Instant Hot Streak can be used instead of a vehicle figure.
    • For Racing, the starter pack instead includes Clown Cruiser, and Sky is the required terrain. Land and Sea races are playable using the Pandergast Vehicles.
  • The Barrel Blaster and Clown Cruiser are the only Vehicles with elements that don't match with their respective SuperChargers.
  • While some Skylanders made their vehicles on their own (Spitfire, Stormblade, etc.) most were constructed by Mags and designed by Sharpfin once the SuperChargers were recruited.
  • The Gold Rusher is the only Vehicle without any SuperCharged attributes.
  • Some non-Supercharger Skylanders have unique driving animations.
    • Trail Blazer drives with his mouth.
    • Blastermind drives telepathically.
    • Tread Head will get out of his vehicle to drive.
    • When Fright Rider drives, Fright will drive with his feet, with Rider still on him.
    • When Rocky Roll drives, Roll will sometimes go missing and will sometimes merge with Rocky.
  • In Skylanders Academy, the 4 vehicles used are the Stealth Stinger, Sun Runner, Tomb Buggy and Hot Streak.
    • Of them, the Stealth Stinger is the only one that is ever seen piloted by their associated driver from the games - in its case, Stealth Elf.
    • However, the vehicles' instruction manual depicts the Jet Stream, implying that the other vehicles might be elsewhere.
    • They all run on computer chips rather than Rift Engines, probably as a reference to the toys running on RFID chips.
  • The villain vehicles were unnamed in SuperChargers Racing. Because of that, the vehicle names of Dr. Krankcase, Gulper and Pain-Yatta are currently unknown.
  • Each Skylander vehicle has a total of twelve mods, including the horn sounds. However, in Racing, they only have four, corresponding to their full sets.
  • The vehicles are not compatible in the Nintendo Switch version of Imaginators, due to the removal of the racing mode within the other versions of the game.[1] However, they grant an Imaginite Chest upon being registered in the game.

References

Vehicles
Items
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