The Thanos Car is a variant of the Ford F-150 that was added on September 21, 2018 as one of two limited edition free vehicles, alongside the Lotus Exige 360 Cup. It was available for sale between September 21, 2018; and September 28, 2018; to celebrate 100 million visits to Westover Islands.
It was made to look similar to a meme vehicle, complete with a one-off horn. This vehicle is also on the citizen team and is a limited edition vehicle- being sold for only one week. However, it only comes in purple and cannot be repainted, coming with a tall bumper instead of grille guards. It shares its top speed with the normal Ford F-150. To accommodate for the oversized bumper, the Thanos Car has a suspension lift.
This vehicle is based off a heavily modified purple pickup, without doors, has a supercharged engine and a tall front bumper- which almost touches the ground. It was added by TwentyTwoPilots as a “meme” vehicle but made it safer than the real one.
The Thanos Car shares the same stats as the F-150, and there are only 4 differences: The paint, the bumper, the horn and the slightly adjusted suspension.
The truck is able to run at a top speed of 105 mph (169 km/h) and has four-wheel drive. It also returns $465 per mile in revenue, making it an alternative to the Ford Crown Victoria. Unlike other pickup trucks, this vehicle was marketed at no charge alongside the limited-edition Lotus Exige.
Did you know ?
- The Thanos Car has a meme horn that says a phrase and plays a music clip when the “G” key is pressed. It’s a line from Avengers: Infinity War, and its an audio clip of Thanos saying ‘Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives.’
- Unlike the real-life version, this truck has doors and proper safety features.
- Other differences between itself and the real Thanos car is that the wheels and tires are normal ones like on the F-150, rather than completely modified.
- The real-life version of the Thanos Car is a 1999 Toyota Tacoma, belonging to a renovating company, judging from the name ‘THE RENOVATOR’ printed across the top of the windshield.