Accelerator Switches allows only land vehicles to activate a special type of treadmill to solve puzzles.
Being tired of being helpless and being mistreated by Gremlins beforehand, Gizmo decides to slip off from Kate Beringer’s watch at the control room of the department store they’re in to stop the surviving Gremlin leader Stripe to aid his owner Billy Peltzer in getting rid of him. He heads for the toys section and…
The Speed Star is Sonic’s primary vehicle which first appeared in Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, then, its sequel, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. According to the game’s website, it was built by Tails with parts left over by an attempted invasion by Doctor Eggman.
The character of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) in the original Knight Rider series was physically embodied as a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am with numerous special features such as Turbo Boost (which allowed quick bursts of speed or jumping over obstacles), the ability to drive ‘himself’, a front mounted scanner bar that (among other…
The Phone Home is an E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial gadget in LEGO Dimensions. It is E.T.’s personal gadget, and is included in 71258 Fun Pack.
The T-Car is a vehicle designed by Cyborg that serves as one of the Teen Titans’ modes of transportation.
The Hogwarts Express is the name of the train that makes a run between London, King’s Cross Station Platform 9¾ and Hogsmeade Station. It makes this run at about six times a year, maybe more, as needed.
When traveling across the Adventure World, jump into the Enchanted Car, and then rebuild it into the Shark Sub and Monstrous Mouth for special attacks and super weapons.
The Ecto-1 was the vehicle that the Ghostbusters used to travel throughout New York City busting ghosts and other entities.
The Lumpy Car is Lumpy Space Princess’s personal vehicle.
IMF Sports Car is one of Ethan Hunt’s personal vehicles, and is made to resemble the BMW i8 concept driven by Ethan Hunt in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.
The IMF Scrambler is one of Ethan Hunt’s personal vehicles and is based on the motorcycle he used in Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation.
In “Candy Streets”, Finn and Jake were investigating a case about who was the thief that robbed Lumpy Space Princess. Jake eventually transformed into a car and went on patrol with Finn, while crashing through the citizens of the Candy Kingdom’s houses in the process.
This vehicle was commonly used by the A-Team to eliminate enemies and sometimes, being used as their hideout/base. Throughout the series, B.A is very attached to his black van; customized 1983 GMC van, painted black and grey with a red stripe, black and red rims, and a rooftop spoiler. He is known to become furious…
Included in the DC Comics Bane Fun Pack
Included in the Midway Retro Gamer Level Pack
Included in the Back To The Future Doc Brown Fun Pack
Included in the DC Comics Team Pack
Included in The Simpsons Krusty Fun Pack
Included in the Ninjago Team Pack
Included in the Chima Laval Fun Pack
Included in The Lord of the Rings Gimli Fun Pack
Included in The Lord of the Rings Legolas Fun Pack
Included in the Ninja Go Nya Fun Pack
Included in the LEGO Movie Bad Cop Fun Pack
Included in The Lego Movie Emmet Fun Pack
Part of Scooby Doo Team Pack
Included in the Starter Pack
Included in the Back To The Future Level Pack