Vehicle List

For contemporary vehicles, a real-world vehicle catalog can be used. The vehicles below are converted for use in WOIN for convenience. The conversion already includes quality adjustments where appropriate. When selecting a vehicle from this list, go immediately to Step 3 (tuning) in the vehicle design process.

Adjusted price. The adjusted price incorporates inflation. This is only used when price is used as a balancing factor (for example in duel-type skirmish scenarios where each party has a budget to spend). Use the actual price for purchase in an actual setting.

vehicle_list

Automobiles Year Cost Adj. Price Upgrades Occupants SPEED ACCEL HANDLING HEALTH SOAK DEFENSE
Aston Martin DB5 1963 7,000 43,400 10 2 14 3 C 57 5 10
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1982 10,396 44,703 10 2 12 2 C 57 5 10
Dodge Charger 1969 6,005 33,628 10 2 16 4 D 60 5 10
Ford Gran Torino 1975 4,314 21.570 10 2 10 2 D 65 5 9
Ferrari 308 GTS 1981 47,440 208,736 12 2 14 3 B 53 5 10
Ford Falcon XB Interceptor 1974 6,510 33,201 10 5 12 2 C 53 5 10
Ferrarri Daytona Spider 1972 68,970 365,541 12 2 18 4 B 53 5 10
F212 Ferrari Testarossa 1986 220,000 858,000 12 2 18 4 B 60 5 10
Delorean DMC-12 1982 12,000 51,600 11 2 10 2 C 52 5 10
Porsche 911 1963 6,370 39,494 8 4 16 2 B 47 5 10
Porsche 911 2012 82,100 106,730 11 4 18 4 B 57 5 10
Ford Mustang 1964 2,368 14,445 8 4 14 3 D 50 10 10
Ford Mustang 2012 22,200 28,860 10 4 16 4 D 60 10 10
Volkswagen Beetle 1950 1,280 9,600 8 4 10 1 D 41 5 10
Volkswagen Beetle 2012 19,795 25,734 10 4 14 2 D 57 5 10
BMW 3-Series 1984 20,970 85,977 11 5 12 2 B 52 10 10
BMW 3-Series 2012 42,800 55,640 11 5 14 3 B 67 10 9
Jaguar XJ 1969 6,465 36,204 10 5 12 2 B 60 10 10
Jaguar XJ 2012 73,200 96,160 11 5 16 3 B 64 10 9
Bugatti Veyron 2014 1,500,000 1,650,000 12 2 23 7 C 64 5 9
Koenigsegg Trevita 2010 2,100,000 3,150,000 12 2 24 7 B 57 5 10
Pagani Zonda Cinque 2009 1,246,599 1,994,558 12 2 22 6 B 52 5 10
McLaren F1 1998 450,000 1,215,000 10 3 24 6 B 50 5 10
Mini Cooper 2015 20,700 20,700 8 4 14 3 B 50 5 10
Mini Cooper 1964 2,093 12,767 8 4 10 2 B 37 5 10
Aston Martin DB9 2004 230,000 483,000 12 2 20 4 B 63 10 9
Jaguar E-Type 1963 5,895 36,549 10 2 14 3 B 50 5 10
Honda Civic 2015 31,250 31,250 8 5 12 2 C 34 5 10
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2015 29,995 29,995 10 5 16 3 D 67 10 9
Range Rover Sport 2014 63,495 69,845 11 5 16 2 D 69 10 9
Ford Focus 2014 21,135 23,249 8 5 14 2 C 54 5 10
Land Rover Freelander 2014 60,453 66,498 11 5 12 3 D 63 10 10
Motorcycles Year Cost Adj. Price Upgrades Occupants SPEED ACCEL HANDLING HEALTH SOAK DEFENSE
Harley Davidson FLSTF Fatboy 1990 10,299 36,047 6 1 10 3 B 26 0 12
Kawasaki ZZR 250 2003 12,950
28,490 6 1 18 4 B 17 0 12
Kawasaki Ninja GPZ 900R 1984 9,950
30,845 6 1 16 5 A 22 0 12
Triumph TR-6 Trophy 1961 1,200 7,680 6 1 12 4 A 19 0 12
Harley Davidson Hydra-Glides 1952 1,850
13,505 6 1 10 4 B 17 0 12
Trucks & Vans Year Cost Adj. Price Upgrades Occupants SPEED ACCEL HANDLING HEALTH SOAK DEFENSE
GMC Vandura Van 1983 10,187 42,785 11 5 10 1 D 71 10 9
Cadillac Miller-Meteor Hearse 1959 9,748 64,337 16 5 12 1 E 77 10 9
Kenworth K100 Cabover Truck 1977 45,000 216,000 15 3 8 1 E 161 10 4
Kenworth W900 1974 36,000 183,600 15 3 8 1 E 138 10 5
Seagrave Fire Engine 2013 450,000 540,000 17 6 6 1 E 245 10 2
Tanks Year Cost Adj. Price Upgrades Occupants SPEED ACCEL HANDLING HEALTH SOAK DEFENSE
M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank 1980 4,300,000 19,350,000 19 4 4 1 D 346 20 2
M60 Patton Main Battle Tank 1961 790,000 5,056,000 17 4 4 1 D 316 20 2
Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank 1998 4,217,000 11,385,900 17 4 4 1 D 354 20 2
Stingray Light Tank 1988 890,000 3,293,000 17 4 4 1 D 213 15 2
Panzer VIII Maus 1944 1,200,000 9,720,000 17 6 1 1 F 643 20 2
M706 Cadillac Gage Commando Amphibious Armored Car 1963 510,250 3,163,550 20 5 6 2 E 148 20 4
Police Vehicles Year Cost Adj. Price Upgrades Occupants SPEED ACCEL HANDLING HEALTH SOAK DEFENSE
Plymouth Belvedere Pursuit 1968 7,000 39,900 8 5 12 3 D 56 10 10
Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor 1995 12,500 37,500 10 5 13 2 D 64 10 9
Ford Police Taurus Interceptor Sedan 2014 26,780 29,458 10 5 13 3 D 63 10 9


Converting Vehicles

To convert a real-world vehicle, use the following conversion method. To convert a vehicle, you will need its price, maximum speed, 0-60 acceleration, and weight.

A vehicle design sheet is available here.

Price. This is the price the vehicle costs in the real world. This may vary by time period, depending when your game is set. In general, use the price when the vehicle was new.

DEFENSE. The weight of a vehicle determines its DEFENSE attribute (use the table below). A vehicle also adds its current SPEED to its DEFENSE score. Note that the minimum DEFENSE is 10, as always, but lower numbers are provided as they can effectively mitigate high speeds. Use the figures shown, and if the final result is less than 10, increase it to 10.

Upgrades. The number of upgrade slots available is dependent on the vehicle's size. Higher quality vehicles gain bonus upgrade slots.

Weight (lb)

DEFENSE

Class

HANDLING* Upgrades

Examples

0-1,000

12

0

A-B 4

Bikes, buggies

1,001-4,000

10

0

C-D 8

Cars

4,001-6,000

9

1

D 10

Pickups, large cars, vans, small helicopters, spitfires

6,001-10,000

8

2

D 12

Large pickups

10,001-14,000

7

3

E 14

Hummer H1

14,001-16,000

6

4

E 16

Haulers, dump trucks

16,001-19,500

5

5

E 18

Commercial trucks, small plane

19,501-26,000

4

6

F 20

Tow trucks, small buses, black-hawk helicopters

26,001-33,000

3

7

F 22

Buses, coaches, small tanks, fighter jets

33,001+

2

8

F 24

Tractor trailers, big rigs, big tanks, fire trucks, starfighters

*Typical value

SPEED. SPEED is equal to the vehicle's maximum speed in miles per hour divided by 10. For example, a car with a max speed of 120mph has a SPEED of 12.  This is the vehicle's top speed, designed for a straight line; at high speeds, it can be very difficult to maneuver and turn.  Most drivers will typically operate at half this value in combat - combat is not (usually) a race.

ACCELERATION. This is equal to 20 divided by the vehicle's 0-60 time. It is the amount by which a vehicle may increase or decease its speed each round.

HANDLING. This needs to be estimated. Use the sample vehicles as a guideline.

HEALTH. A vehicle's HEALTH is equal to the square root of its weight in pounds.

SOAK. A vehicle's SOAK depends on the vehicle type.

Compact cars, sports cars, and smaller vehicles have SOAK 5.

Larger vehicles have SOAK 10.

Armored vehicles have SOAK 15 (light armored) or 20 (heavy armored).

Quality. Quality is mainly used to determine the number of available upgrade slots. It also provides an equipment bonus to drivers.

Quality can be gauged by simply looking up the adjusted cost of the vehicle (after inflation is applied). Adjusted cost is a flat +10% per year (e.g. a 20 year old vehicle has an adjusted cost of +200%). This does not affect the actual cost of the vehicle – it is simply used to compare like for like with older vehicles when determining quality.

If you have a vehicle's price (when new), you can establish its quality using the tables below.  For example, a 2014 Bugatti Veyron is worth $1,500,000, making it an artisanal sports car.


Compact

Large

Luxury

Sports

Small ATV Medium ATV Large ATV

Standard

Up to $24K

Up to $40K

Up to $54K

Up to $45K

Up to $7,500 Up to $29K Up to $46K

High

$24K – $40K

$40K-$65K

$54K-$90K

$45K-$75K

$7,500-$13K $29K-$48K $46K-$78K

Exceptional

$40K – $80K

$65K-$130K

$90K-$180K

$75K-$150K

$13K-$25K $48K-$95K $78K-$155K

Mastercraft

$80K – $800K

$130K-$1.3M

$180K-$1.8M

$150K-$1.5M

$25K-$250K $95K-$950K $155K-$1.5M

Artisanal

$800K – $8M

$1.3M – $13M

$1.8M- $18M

$1.5M-$15M

$250K-$2.5M $950K-$9.5M $1.5M-$15M

Legendary

$8M+

$13M+

$18M+

$15M+

$2.5M or more $9.5M or more $15M+


Motorcycle

Motorcycle, sport

Semi-tractor, cab

Truck, small

Van

Standard

Up to $4,500

Up to $16,500

Up to $120K

Up to $42K

Up to $36K

High

$4,500-$7,500 $16,500-$27,500 $120K-$200K $42K-$70K $36K-$60K

Exceptional

$7,500-$15K $27,500-$55K $200K-$400K $70K-$140K $60K-$120K

Mastercraft

$15K-$150K $55K-$550K $400K-$4M $140K-$1.4M $120K-$1.2M

Artisanal

$150K-$1.5M $550K-$5.5M $4M-$40M $1.4M-$14M $1.2M-$12M

Legendary

$1.5M+ $5.5M+ $40M+ $14M+ $12M+

Inflation

An Aston Martin DB5 cost only about $8,000 in 1963; its equivalent these days costs many times that. Inflation is an added layer of complexity, so GMs should decide whether to include it, but as a general rule prices can be adjusted by 10% per year for the purposes of determining quality on the table above only.  This allows older, classic cars to qualify for a quality level appropriate to their actual quality.

MI6 ASTON MARTIN DB5 (1963)
Exceptional quality sports coupe (+2d6)
Occupants 2; weight 3,230 lb
SPEED 14 (143 mph); ACCEL 3 (8s); HANDLING C
HEALTH 65
DEFENSE 10; SOAK 5
Upgrade slots 10
Bulletproof windows (2), dubious license plates (0), ejector seat (1), mounted machine guns, linked (3), slick jet (1), spiked wheels (1), smoke jet (1)
2x Linked FN Minimi Light Machine Guns (2d6 ballistic damage; range 4; forward)
Value $137,750 (adjusted value $716,300)