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The Fusion Flea Supreme[Non-game 1][1] is a nuclear vehicle found throughout the wastelands of the former United States.

Background

A pre-War ultra-sub-compact city transport featuring an advanced Chryslus[verification overdue] nuclear-powered engine.[Non-game 2] The one passenger vehicle can be commonly found throughout the wastelands, and sometimes seen less frequently in regions such as the Mojave Desert.

Characteristics

Structurally, the entrance to the driver's seat was achieved through a lift-off roof windshield combination with a latch on one side. The East Coast models are blue in color with three wheels, two in the front and one in the back. The Mojave variants are a green-brown in color and lack the third wheel in the rear. They also feature a rear engine, protruding from behind the driver's seat. If shot at, some of the vehicles will burn briefly and then explode.

Locations

Fallout 3
Fallout: New Vegas
Fallout 4
Fallout 76

There are 54 Fusion Flea Supremes in Appalachia, including at locations such as:

Appearances

The Fusion Flea Supreme appears in Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4, and Fallout 76.

Behind the scenes

  • According to The Art of Fallout 4, the Fusion Flea Supreme was inspired by the 1955 Messerschmitt KR200.[Non-game 3]
  • A 1:18 scale model of the Fusion Flea Supreme was produced by The Wand Company. They were based on gifts given by Chryslus to promising employees who had completed two years of service. Images and information about the seven variants can be found on the Wand Company's website or were available for purchase on the Bethesda Gear Store. There are a total of seven variant paint jobs being released over time including variants such as a standard version, line green, Nuka-Cola Quantum, Slocum’s Joe, Racing Flea, Custom Candy, and Custom Candy No. 19.

Gallery

Fallout 3
Fallout: New Vegas
Fallout 4
Fallout 76
Concept art and promotional

References

Non-game
  1. No Mutants Allowed Fallout 3 preview The PC continues down the road and passes a car that is called the single-seater "Fusion Flea Supreme," which Pete Hines passes after noting its existence.
  2. Wand Company: "Fusion Flea climbs for freedom!  Imagine that freedom of the open road on a gloriously sunny day without a care in the world. Imagine never again having to worry about fuel on those long journeys: Chryslus thought of it all. The Fusion Flea’s advanced Chryslus nuclear-powered engine, that gives the Flea its catchy moniker, is fully charged once at manufacture and guaranteed for life, leaving the driver to enjoy the adventure of the open road, absolutely worry-free."
  3. The Art of Fallout 4, p. 262: "FUSION FLEA
    A favorite from
    Fallout 3 returns, inspired by the classic Messerschmitt three-wheeler from 1955."
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