Rocket League’s initial version includes 10 vehicles, four of which are available from the start of the game. During the game, the six missing cars will be unlocked. This Rocket League car guide introduces you to them and provides information on how to obtain them.
Since the launch of Rocket League in 2015, early adopters have seen the number of vehicles available grow significantly. There are now nearly 90 cars in the motorised football game, thanks to collaborations, downloadable content, and other special editions. The majority of them are different colours, and some have the same hitbok, but that doesn’t diminish the number of interesting machines to drive.
Unlocking the most cars in Rocket League is primarily an endurance mission. The motorised vehicles in this game can be purchased or earned through challenges. Alternatively, there is the option of using the community to obtain more. This guide will assist you in this quest by providing a list of Rocket cars.
A List of Rocket League cars with similar chassis
From the start of Rocket League, the main cars with common chassis are available here:
- Road Hog;
List of exclusives for various platforms
Exclusive Rocket League cars are available depending on the platform or console you use to play. Special edition vehicles have been released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
- The Hogsticker and the Armadillo in Rocket League on Xbox One. Playing a match with all of the common chassis unlocks the Hogsticker. Completing a season in single player mode unlocks the Armadillo.
- Rocket League on Nintendo Switch features the Luigi NSR, Mario NSR, and Samus’ Gunship. The Mario NSR is exclusive to the orange team, while the Luigi NSR is exclusive to the blue team; both are available from the start of the game. Completing matches unlocks the Samus’ Gunship.
- Rocket League PS4: The Sweet Tooth is exclusive to the PlayStation 4 version of the game. It can be unlocked by simply playing a match with all of the common chassis available in the game.
List of Cars to add from DLC
Downloadable content is an excellent way to expand your Rocket League car collection. Some of them, however, are the result of time-limited collaborations.
- ’16 Batmobile
- 70 Dodge Charger R/T
- 89 Batmobile
- ’99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
- Bone Shaker
- DeLorean Time Machine
- Fast 4WD
- Gazella GT™
- Ice Charger
- Jurassic Jeep® Wrangler
- McLaren 570S
- The Dark Knight Tumble
- Twin Mill III
Hitbox of Rocket League Cars
There are six hitboxes in the game. Each hitbox has it’s own distinct criteria in terms of chassis length, width, as well as height. They are as follows:
Table of Rocket League cars listed by hitbox
Here’s a table of playable cars by hitbox:
|Animus GP Breakout Breakout Type S Cyclone Emperor/Emperor II Komodo Nexus/Nexus SC Samurai||007’s Aston Martin DBS 007’s Aston Martin Valhalla Aftershock Batmobile (1989) Batmobile (2022) BMW M240i Chikara/Chikara G1/Chikara GXT Tyranno/Tyranno GXT Werewolf||007’s Aston Martin DB5 Armadillo (exclusivité Xbox) Backfire Bone Shaker Dingo Fast 4WD (Hot Wheels) Fennec Ford F-150 RLE Ford Mustang Mach-E RLE Gizmo Octane Octane ZSR Outlaw/Outlaw GXT Proteus Road Hog Road Hog XL Scarab Sweet Tooth (exclusivité PlayStation) Takumi Takumi RX-T Triton The Dark Knight’s Tumbler Twinzer Vulcan Zippy||Artemis/Artemis G1/Artemis GXT|
Twin Mill III
|Endo Esper Fast & Furious Nissan Skyline Fast & Furious Pontiac Fiero Insidio Jäger 619 RS Nimbus R3MX/R3MX GXT Tygris Venom X-Devil X-Devil Mk2||Bus de combat Ford Bronco Raptor RLE Merc Nomad/Nomad GXT|