Vehicle locations in Rage 2 are a fairly important thing in the game, seeing as how the different Rage 2 vehicles, like bikes, combat vehicles, tanks, trucks, etc. are your main mode of transportation. The game does start you off with one, but there’s a plethora of different vehicles in Rage 2 to obtain. Some of them you can get through progression, but many will require you to scour the wasteland in search for them. So, our Rage 2 Vehicle Locations – Bike, Monster Truck, Tank, Combat Vehicle guide will explain where you can find the different vehicles in Rage 2, how to get them, and also how to get vehicle weapon upgrades.
NOTE: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll keep updating it with new info as we find it.
Where to Find Vehicles in Rage 2?
To find the different vehicles in Rage 2, you’ll mostly have to explore the wastelands, find the vehicle, then drive it to a Trade Town in order to properly obtain it. Every vehicle marked as “found in wasteland” below means you have to take it to a trade town. Most of these appear only in a specific area under the dominion of one of the gangs. There’s also a handful of vehicles that you’ll unlock by progressing certain tasks in the game. So, without further ado, here’s how you can get vehicles in Rage 2.
Phoenix – Combat Vehicle, unlocks automatically after completing the prologue
Raptor – Supercharged Bike obtained by reaching Level 10 in Capture & Control Project
Icarus – Exploration Vehicle (drone, really) obtained by reaching Level 7 in Search & Recover Project
Chazcar – Competitive Racing Car obtained by completing the Chazcar Derby in Wellspring
Xerxes III – Authority Tank obtained by completing the Lossum Dagger Mission
Rolla – Goon Squad Car found in the wasteland (Junkers Pass Ark; east of Yeowman Growery Bandit Den)
Nippa – Goon Squad Bike found in the wasteland (entrance into Great Crack Ark)
Devastator – Immortal Shrouded Tank found in the wasteland (south entrance to Shrouded Sub Station Alpha)
Pulverizer – Immortal Shrouded Car found in the wasteland (south entrance to Shrouded Sub Station Alpha)
Wind Razor – Immortal Shrouded Bike found in the wasteland (Dune Sea, northwest of Shrouded Sub Station Alpha)
Booma – Goon Squad Tank found in the wasteland (southeast of Yeowman Growery in Broken Tract region)
BG Burger Storm Chaser – Civilian Car found in the wasteland (entrance into Strongbox Ark in Torn Plains region)
Monster Truck – River Hogs Monster Truck, automatic unlock in Deluxe Edition, found in the wasteland (Squelch Bandit Camp in southeast in Sekreto Wetlands)
Kola Kong Conquest – Civilian Car found in the wasteland (by the side of the road in western Torn Plains, near the border with Sekreto Wastelands, they’re all over the place)
Dumper Truck – Civilian Wheel Dozer found in the wasteland (Bridge Block Road Choker in the west of Broken Track region)
Loquacious Wanderer – Civilian Trader Van found in the wasteland (Forlorn Shack Ranger Echo location in Broken Tract region)
How to Unlock Vehicle Weapons in Rage 2?
To unlock vehicle weapons in Rage 2, you’ll have to collect Auto Parts in order to upgrade your car. You can find these in Ark Chests, convoys you raid, by participating in races, or by purchasing them from merchants (if you’ve got the cash, of course). Each upgrade is going to cost a certain amount of Auto Parts, and that includes the weapons. Mind you, not every vehicle in Rage 2 has upgrades.
Anyway, once you have some Auto Parts, go into the Vehicles tab in the menu. Highlight the one that you want to upgrade, and select it (X on PlayStation). Find the upgrade you want, and then just select it. If you have sufficient funds, you’ll get the one you want. Each vehicle can have several weapon upgrades. For example, the Phoenix, aka the car you start with, can have 20mm Cannons, a Cruise Missile, and Hellfire Mortar, on top of the Gatling Guns it comes equipped with.
If you need further help with the game, check out our other Rage 2 guides, such as How to Respec – Reset Nanotrite Abilities & Skills and How to Get Settler Pistol Pre-Order Bonus Weapon – Cult of the Dead God, to name just two.