See also: Octane ZSR

The Octane is a vehicle body released on July 7, 2015, along with the game release. It originally appeared in the Rocket League precursor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. The Octane is classified as "Common" rarity.

The Octane's taillights look like the Apollo N's taillights. The grill and headlights look like a Caterham 7's grill and head lights. The Octane has a mid engine layout.

The Octane is one of the three bodies already unlocked at the beginning of the game, and is the default body selected when a player plays for the first time or creates a new preset in the garage.

It has remained the most popular body in the game since Rocket League's release.[3][4] It is by far the most popular with high ranked players and the most used by champion players during the Rocket League Championship Series.[5][6]

As of August 3, 2017, painted variants of Octane were made available via the trade-in system.[7] These variants are categorized as "Import" rarity. Unlike the default Octane, painted variants can be traded.

In January 2015, Octane was given a visual upgrade. Its hitbox and handling were not affected.


Octane can be equipped with the following decals:



Very Rare

Very Rare - Esports Shop



Note: All vehicles can also be equipped with any Black Market decals.

Painted Variants

These variants are categorized as "Import" rarity.

Impossible Painted Variants



  • Octane is the only Battle-Car from SARPBC to have an import variant due to its popularity.
  • A model of Octane has been been submitted to the LEGO Ideas platform for consideration as an official set.[8] As of February 1, 2018, it has 2,991 of the required 10,000 supporters.
  • Octane is the first car to be released as a 1:64 scale Hot Wheels car in December 2018.[9] The first car was released as blue with an orange variant came later in 2019, as of 2020, there is also a Red and Blue one.
  • Titanium White Octane is currently the most expensive battle-car in the trading industry.
  • The name for Octane in the Rocket League Alpha version was "Pepe."[10]


  1. Rocket League Car Hitboxes on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. Vehicle Specifications v1.38 - Hitbox Visualisations on Imgur
  3. Rocket League’s First Birthday on Rocket League - Official Site
  4. Rocket League’s 2nd Birthday and Double Drop Rates on Rocket League - Official Site
  5. Most used cars in RLCS Group Stage Week 1! on Reddit
  6. Most used cars in RLCS Group Stage Week 2 on Reddit
  7. Trade-In System Expansion Now Live on Rocket League - Official Site
  8. Rocket League LEGO Octane Car on LEGO Ideas
  9. @RocketLeague on Twitter: "Rocket League's first #HotWheels car drops into stores starting later this month in 1:64 scale, die-cast form! We'll have Blue at launch and an Orange version in 2019."
  10. Rocket League Alpha Gameplay on YouTube
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