Wheels are a customization option in Rocket League. They rest below the battle-car body, and each wheel set has a unique rim design and tire treads. Wheels record the distance driven while equipped. Most (but not all) wheels can be painted and certified. All wheels from crates can be painted or certified, or both. Wheels are purely cosmetic items.
Click on wheels with a paint bucket icon to see their painted variants.
- See also: Non-Crate Items
- The Mothership wheels were supposed to be a reward for RLCS Season 5 World Championship ticket-holders called "Mothership Pro" but a bug caused them available to every player in the game. Psyonix decided the wheels to still remain in all players' inventory, with the name of "Mothership," giving ticket-holders a white-painted version instead.
- The Armadillo, Cog and Puma wheels are only available on the Xbox One version of the game. Puma can only be equipped on the Hogsticker car, and Armadillo on the Armadillo car. The Puma wheels may well be a reference to Red vs. Blue Season 1.
- The Luigi NSR, Mario NSR and Samus' Gunship wheels are only available in the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
- The Sweet Tooth wheels are only available on the PlayStation 4 version of the game.
Very Rare wheels can only be obtained in crates.
- Players have a random chance of getting an "Special Edition" version of the Picket wheels.
Import wheels can only be obtained from crates.
- Players have a random chance of getting an "Special Edition" version of the Asik, Stella, and Apparatus wheels.
- Limited (500 tokens):
- Import (500 tokens):
- Exotic (1000 tokens):
- Evil Geniuses
- G2 Esports
- Ghost Gaming
- NRG Esports
- Spacestation Gaming
- Team Solomid
- Team Vitality
The Goldstone wheels were made available only to players who participated in the Alpha testing of Rocket League, and who also sent out invites to other people to participate in the Alpha. Additionally, they were available to PC players only.
Competitive Season 3
Players who participated in the Competitive playlists during Season 3 received limited wheels as a reward when the season ended. Wheels were awarded to a player based on the highest rank they reached. These wheels cannot be traded with other players.
Competitive Season 6
Players who participated in the Competitive playlists during Season 6 received limited wheels as a reward when the season ended. Wheels were awarded to a player based on the highest season reward level they reached. These wheels cannot be traded with other players.
The Hot Hot Wheels wheels can be obtained by redeeming a code found in limited Rocket League Hot Wheels 5-pack.
On January 17, 2019, Psyonix announced the sales of Jazwares Battle-Car toys that include codes to unlock limited in-game items. The Single Packs toys ($9.99) have the code for the Vanemail 633 wheels, and the Custom Mega Packs ($29.99) have the one for the Vanemail 482 wheels.
RLCS Fan Rewards
- Fan Rewards Phase 1
- Fan Rewards Phase 2
- Fan Rewards Phase 3
- Fan Rewards Phase 4
- Fan Rewards Phase 5
RLCS World Championship
- World Championship Season 3
- World Championship Season 4
- World Championship Season 5
On May 10, 2018, Psyonix announced that ticket-holders for the RLCS Season 5 World Championship would receive a code for the exclusive Mothership Pro wheels. On a later update a bug caused the wheels to be available to every player in the game. To fix this, after Patch v1.54 the wheels will remain in every player’s inventory, but the name will change from 'Mothership Pro' to 'Mothership'. These wheels will maintain a 'Common' rarity designation. If you redeemed a Mothership Pro code on your account, you will receive a new white-colored 'Mothership Pro' wheel with 'Limited' rarity status.
- World Championship Season 6
The following wheels could be obtained using the Redeem Code: shazam. (The code no longer works)
The SARPBC-10 and Psyonix wheels were available for purchase as part of the 2018 Anniversary Event. Both cost 150 "Balloons."
- Frosty Fest 2018
The following wheels were available for purchase with "Snowflakes" as part of the 2018 Frosty Fest special event. The item's price is listed in brackets.
- Frosty Fest 2019
The following wheels were available for purchase with "Snowflakes" as part of the 2019 Frosty Fest special event. The item's price is listed in brackets.
The Carriage wheels were available from October 18th to November 2nd, 2015, for Halloween. They were again available from October 18th to November 4th, 2016. Psyonix has stated that they will no longer drop in the future.
- Haunted Hallows 2018
The Demon Disc wheels were available for limited-time purchase as part of the 2018 Haunted Hallows special event. They cost 150 "Candy Corn."
- Haunted Hallows 2019
The Fortune wheels were available for limited-time purchase as part of the 2020 Lucky Lanterns special event. They cost 150 "Red Envelopes".
These wheels were available for limited time in the multiple phases of the Radical Summer special event. No wheels were available in the '80s Television phase.
- 80s Blockbuster
The following wheels represent famous movie franchises of the '80s. They each cost 150 "Cassettes."
- 80s Culture
These wheels are based on what characterized the culture of the '80s. They each cost 150 "Cassettes."
The Fate of the Furious
These wheels were released as part of a The Fate of the Furious promotion.
The following wheels could be randomly obtained by going to redeem code and entering wrestlemania, wwedads or rlbirthday. These codes were valid until December 31, 2018.
The ZT-17 wheels can be obtained by redeeming a code found in limited or rare Original Mini's Pull-Back Racers while the Z-Plate wheels can be obtained by redeeming a code found in super-rare Light-Up Clip-Ons, both from Zag Toys.
These wheels are only available by purchasing the related DLC.
- The Batmobile, DeLorean Time Machine and McLaren 570S wheels are licensed wheels. As such, they can only be used with their respective car bodies; they will not appear as a selection for other car bodies.
- Prior to September 8, 2016, the Aftershock wheels recorded the number of epic saves performed instead of the distance driven.
- The The Flash wheels were introduced as part of the 2017 update to the Rocket League Collector's Edition. These wheels in the Collector's Edition are classified as Limited rarity.
Xbox Customization Pack
The Xbox wheels orignally could only be obtained for Xbox Game Pass users however on July 15th, 2019, the Customization Pack was made available to all Rocket League owners on Xbox One.
Premium items from tiers 1 - 70 cannot be traded, 'Pro Tier' items (i.e. Tier 71 and above 'painted variations') and Free tier items can still be traded with other players.
Rocket Pass 1
These wheels were only obtainable by tiering up in Rocket Pass 1.
Rocket Pass 2
These wheels were only obtainable by tiering up in Rocket Pass 2.
Special Edition (Premium)
Rocket Pass 3
These wheels were only obtainable by tiering up in Rocket Pass 3.
Special Edition (Premium)
Rocket Pass 4
These wheels were only obtainable by tiering up in Rocket Pass 4.
Special Edition (Premium)
Rocket Pass 5
These wheels are only obtainable by tiering up in Rocket Pass 5.
Special Edition (Premium)
The Rhino 2's icon has been found in the game's files, but has yet to released as a usable in-game item. It can currently be seen strapped to the back of Road Hog XL as a spare wheel.
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