This page lists all vehicles in . Fallout 76
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Commonly used before the
Great War, a large number of these vehicles can now be found scattered around the wastelands.
Some vehicles may explode if fired upon, doing considerable damage to anyone nearby. Vehicles may also catch fire after taking damage, starting a process by which they will then detonate shortly thereafter. Vehicles that explode leave an irradiated area for a brief period of time afterward.
A rugged, dependable sedan that was one of the most popular models in the Corvega line.
A conventional manually operated vehicle, used for personal transport.
A small, carlike vehicle with an encircling rubber bumper that one maneuvers around an enclosed arena, the goal being to purposely bump into other vehicles
A large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, commonly serving the public on a fixed route.
Chryslus Cherry Bomb
A single-seat, commercial-grade vehicle whose design is dictated by the goal of breaking the sound barrier.
The flagship brand of Chryslus Motors and one of the dominant forces on the automotive market after the resource crisis.
A family-friendly variant of the Corvega line designed to combine good performance with low maintenance requirements, excellent fuel efficiency, and four seats.
A small recreational vehicle. Includes blue and red variants.
Lacking wheels, the car relies on a repulsion effect to transport its occupants and can achieve speeds of up to 200 miles per hour.
Fusion Flea Supreme
Structurally, the entrance to the driver's seat was achieved through a lift-off roof/windshield.
A luxury vehicle designed to move elite members of pre-War society, the limousine has an extended body and four doors that would house several VIPs.
Includes variants such as Lone Wanderer style and dirt bikes.
An off-road vehicle is large and boxy with room for four. A spare tire is also mounted on the back on the right side of the vehicle.
It is a small truck with a flatbed compartment in the rear and low suspension, with a single seat in the cabin.
Used by police in West Virginia before the Great War, four-door model that lacks a turbocharger, and is built off of a sedan instead of a coupe.
Designed to offer seats for up to six or seven people, a canopy roof, and a streamlined rear with two trunks, one on each side of the fusion reactor.
Used for goods transport, with prominent users being Vault-Tec and Grafton Steel, as well as used by medical facilities as ambulances.
Whitespring shuttle bus
A front-engine, rear-wheel-drive bus previously owned by the Whitespring Resort.
A small, single-seated vehicle with two large glass doors on each side for easy access.
Utility and heavy equipment Edit
Heavy machinery used for lifting heavy cargo.
Rockhound EXC-97 bucket wheel excavator
Massive excavation platform that was once used by the pre-War industrial company Hornwright Industrial to mine ore.
Utility vehicle for fighting fire and responding to emergencies, featuring a sloped front grille, larger cab with front and back seats, as well as a large, streamlined water tank.
Used for lifting and moving cargo, with one seat, a steering wheel, and hydraulic controls, under an open roll cage.
Vehicles used at golf courses such as the Whitespring golf club to transport patrons from one hole to another.
Infantry fighting vehicle
Used for crowd control and to transport troops to key hotspots in the safety of its armored shell.
Heavy equipment machines used in construction to move aside or load materials such as asphalt, demolition debris, dirt, raw minerals, recycled material, or rock into or onto another type of machinery.
A small and compact loader vehicle meant to lift heavy objects in tight spaces.
Heavy machinery used for lifting cargo or materials, fitted with a bucket, to move loose material around, or fitted with forks and used as a heavy lift forklift.
Mining dump truck
Used to ferry mined ores and minerals.
Designed to transport cargo, with a cab-over-engine arrangement with two large headlights, a fuel-cell-powered engine, and three axles. It was produced as a standardized cutaway chassis. The truck is often found with an accompanying trailer.
A drivable, vacuum-like vehicle, used to clean and recycle garbage from city streets.
Used in military operations, with a pair of tracked chassis using leaf spring suspension and a single turret mounted on the top.
An engineering vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive effort or torque at slow speeds, for the purposes of hauling a trailer or machinery such as that used in agriculture or construction.
Rail transports Edit
A small aircraft utilizing a radial piston engine fueled by aviation gasoline.
An automated, airborne cargo-delivery drone that transports government aid drops.
All-metal passenger vehicle with a blended wing configuration, used to transport individuals long distances.
A small military fighter jet that flew before the war.
Automated aircraft used to defend cargobots, as well as to survey local regions.
Designed to ferry a small number of people across waterways by way of padding oars. They are open on top and are pointed on either end. Paddlers face in the direction of travel.
Lightweight boats that are designed to float using pressurized gases and are used for ferrying passengers.
A small watercraft meant for singular person use.
Fitted with inboard engines to propel the vessel over the top of the water, motorboats were used for recreational purposes before the war.
A small boat used before the Great War, rowed by oars.
A large cruising vessel, utilized for recreation.
Boats that are designed for fishing with large nets.
A small boat that is designed and equipped primarily for fishing, usually in freshwater such as lakes, rivers, and streams.
A vessel that maneuvers other vessels by pulling them with a tow line.