LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - X-Jet

During TT Game’s Director Arthur Parson’s interview with IGN, he has given some details of the vehicles from the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game.


The X-Men’s primary source of conventional travel, obtained by Professor X from S.H.I.E.L.D. the X-Jet is unrivalled, being able to cloak at the switch of a button, enabling it to sneak up on anyone. Definitely the vehicle to use when traversing distance and wanting to arrive unannounced!

Deadpool Scooter

The Merc with a mouth has a slick new motor-bike to get around town. A wolf in sheep’s clothing, this deceptive machine has more power than Luke Cage. Plus it makes an awesome ‘weeeeeeeee’ noise when it moves too!

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Deadpool Scooter

Spider Copter

S.H.I.E.L.D. are not the only people with gadgets and gizmos. The Spider Copter was designed for Spider-Man by Nick Fury to enable the webbed wonder to get from A to B swiftly, and should he encounter problems en route, the agile copter has quick-fire flick rockets.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Spider Copter

Pumpkin Chopper

Usually Green Goblin is seen blasting around New York on his glider, however for longer journeys he chooses the comfort and luxury afforded him by the Pumpkin Chopper. While comfortable though, the Pumpkin Chopper is extremely nimble and has powerful rapid fire missiles.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Pumpkin Chopper

Magneto Mobile

When driving the Magneto Mobile, nobody will tell you what to do. A car well ahead of its time, inspired by the 1978 Menace of Magneto, this car needs no gas so it is environmentally friendly. The car can cruise the streets of New York without even a whisper of noise. Magneto’s vehicle of choice!

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Magneto Mobile


The Fantasticar is based on the MK II version of the Marvel Comics that is designed and maintained by Johnny Storm.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Fantasticar

Cloud Rider

Hawkeye’s Cloud Rider was designed by a fourteen year-old fan who entered a competition for a chance to have his design be in the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game.

The inspiration for the Cloud Rider came from Hawkeye’s Skycycle (the more modern one) which was in a few of the comics,” says its young designer. “And from the Light Cycles used in both Tron and Tron Legacy because of the way that they looked. The colour scheme was based on S.H.I.E.L.D.

“LEGO has always been a big passion of mine and the fact that I get to be a part of this is a huge achievement for me and I cannot wait to see my own design in the game.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Cloud Rider

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Cloud Rider

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Cloud Rider

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Cloud Rider