Vehicle bodies, also known as Battle-Cars, are the most basic and important method of player customization.
Rocket League, at its base, features ten standard car bodies. Four of these vehicles are available by default, while the other six require completed matches to unlock. These ten default cars are classified as Common rarity. Each vehicle body is assigned to one of six possible Body Types.
- 1 Common
- 2 Very Rare
- 3 Import
- 4 Exotic
- 4.1 Item Shop
- 4.1.1 007's Aston Martin Valhalla
- 4.1.2 007's Aston Martin DB5
- 4.1.3 BMW M240i
- 4.1.4 Batman Halloween Bundle
- 4.1.5 Ford F-150 RLE Bundle
- 4.1.6 Lamborghini Bundle
- 4.1.7 Formula 1 Fan Pack
- 4.1.8 McLaren 570S Bundle
- 4.1.9 Fast & Furious Bundle
- 4.1.10 Knight Rider Bundle
- 4.1.11 Back to the future Bundle
- 4.1.12 Jurassic World Bundle
- 4.1 Item Shop
- 5 Legacy
- 6 Limited
- 7 Rocket Pass
- 8 Premium
- 9 References
- See also: Non-Crate Items
Most Common bodies can be unlocked simply by completing matches. Since Patch v1.79, the default cars unlocked from the beginning are Octane, Breakout, and Merc. The default cars used to be Octane, Gizmo, Road Hog, and X-Devil.
Breakout, Octane and Merc are granted to every player from beginning, other cars need to be unlocked via New Driver Challenges.
The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch game versions include console-exclusive unlockable Battle-Cars (Sweet Tooth for the PlayStation 4; Hogsticker and Armadillo for the Xbox One; Mario NSR, Luigi NSR, and Samus' Gunship for the Nintendo Switch).
- The Hogsticker is unlocked by playing one match with every common body.
- The Armadillo is unlocked by completing a season in the single-player Season Mode.
- The Mario NSR may only be used while on the orange team, while the Luigi NSR is only available on the blue team. They are unlocked for Switch users by default at the beginning of the game.
- Samus' Gunship is unlocked by completing matches.
The Sweet Tooth body is only available in the PlayStation 4 version of the game.
- It is unlocked by playing one match with every common body.
As of Patch v1.81, The following vehicle bodies are now Very Rare quality and can be obtained from Drops. If you have played Rocket League prior to Free To Play then you will see them as Legacy quality.
Note - Even if you have the Legacy version of this vehicle it is still possible to obtain a duplicate from drops in which case it will be classified as Very Rare.
These bodies can be acquired from Blueprints, or through the trade-in system when players trade in five Very Rare items. Import-rarity painted versions of Common vehicle bodies can be obtained exclusively through trade-ins. All import bodies can be traded between players.
Some import bodies are special variants of another Battle-Car, and therefore have the same hitboxes, physics, and turning radii as their original counterparts. These include the Octane ZSR, the Breakout Type-S, and the Road Hog XL.
On October 19, 2020 Psyonix announced that Ecto-1 licensed car is making its way back to the Item Shop, and wrote that they are looking into bringing previous licensed cars back too. (Untradeable but Cross-Platform usable)
Haunted Hallows 2020
NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack
007's Aston Martin Valhalla
The following body was featured in the 007's Aston Martin Valhalla bundle and could be purchased from the item shop from October 7, 2021 to October 13, 2021 for 1100. 007's Aston Martin Valhalla is classed as Exotic rarity.
007's Aston Martin DB5
The following body was featured in the 007's Aston Martin DB5 bundle and could been purchased from the Item Shop from July 29, 2021 to August 4, 2021 for 1100. 007's Aston Martin DB5 is classed as Exotic rarity.
The following body was featured in the BMW M240i bundle and could be purchased from the item shop from November 4, 2021 to November 10, 2021 for 1100. BMW M240i is classed as Exotic rarity.
Batman Halloween Bundle
The following body was featured in the Batman Halloween Bundle and could be purchased from the item shop from October 14, 2021 to November 1, 2021 for 2000. Batmobile (1989), (2016) and The Dark Knight's Tumbler are classed as Exotic rarity. Each of the cars also have been available in their own 800 Single Car Bundles.
Ford F-150 RLE Bundle
Formula 1 Fan Pack
McLaren 570S Bundle
Fast & Furious Bundle
Knight Rider Bundle
Back to the future Bundle
These bodies have Legacy Status given to the Players who played before Free to Play. Some of these bodies were available as Premium Content while the others were Common bodies, available to all Rocket League players. Since May 24th Premium Items from DLC's became Legacy Rarity and are Cross-Platform.
Rocket Pass 1
Rocket Pass 2
Rocket Pass 3
Rocket Pass 4
Rocket Pass 5
Rocket Pass 6
Season 1 Rocket Pass
The following bodies are available in Premium Season 1 Rocket Pass, which lasted from September 22, 2020 to December 9, 2020. Only painted variants of the Harbinger GXT can be traded.
Season 2 Rocket Pass
The following bodies are available in Premium Season 2 Rocket Pass, which lasted from December 9, 2020 to April 7, 2021. Only painted variants of the R3MX GXT can be traded.
Season 3 Rocket Pass
The following bodies are available in Premium Season 3 Rocket Pass, which lasted from April 7, 2021 to August 11, 2021. Only painted variants of the Tyranno GXT can be traded.
Season 4 Rocket Pass
The following bodies are available in Premium Season 4 Rocket Pass, which began on August 11, 2021. Only painted variants of the Outlaw GXT can be traded.
Season 5 Rocket Pass
The following bodies are available in Premium Season 5 Rocket Pass, which began on November 17, 2021. Only painted variants of the Nexus SC can be traded.
These bodies were only available by purchasing their related DLC. The DLC packs can no longer be purchased since their retirement in Patch v1.70, although they may return occasionally in the Item Shop. Premium Rarity for the DLC bodies have been discontinued from May 24, 2021.
Note: The Batmobile's and DeLorean Time Machine bodies are licensed. As such, they can only use their respective Wheels and Rocket Boosts; they cannot use Decals, Toppers, or Antennas. The only exception to this is the Jurassic Jeep® Wrangler and the McLaren 570S, which can use any rocket boosts, but still cannot use decals, toppers, or antennas.