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Turbo Tracks

Boxed

Autobot

Function: Warrior




 

Modes

 

Parts

Gun
Missile (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

"There was once a prophecy that there would emerge the greatest looking Autobot of all and his name would be Tracks."
Tracks is simply the greatest thing in the Autobot army, at least that's how he sees it. He dismisses those who think he is not the best looking Autobot of all time, calling them a bunch of "haters". If you take enough time to admire his form, you will eventually learn to appreciate him as much as he appreciates himself. However, to date, this theory has yet to be proven. One quality no Autobot will dispute is Tracks' bravery. He is always willing to be one of the first to charge into battle with the goal of destroying more enemies than anyone else, all in an effort to prove how utterly amazing he truly is. In vehicle mode he can achieve a maximum speed of 300 MPH. If he needs to move faster he can transform into a flying car, allowing him to achieve sub-sonic speeds. He is armed with two heat-seeking missile launchers and a weapon that disrupts the energy flow inside enemies causing unpredictable malfunctions, most commonly the loss of sight. Tracks' greatest weakness is his tendency to admire himself in a reflection while in the midst of battle, making him an easy target.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
7
5
8
8
4
9
8
7

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2012 with Botcon 2012 Gigatron (2012), Botcon 2012 Metalhawk (2012), Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Ultra Magnus (2012), Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Treadshot (2012), and Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Soundwave (2012) in 2012.

Additional Versions of Tracks:

Tracks
(1985)
Actionmaster
Tracks

(1991, Europe)
Binaltech
Tracks

(2004, Japan)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Reveal the Shield Turbo Tracks (2011).
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Generations Wheeljack (2011), Transformers Collector's Club Over-Run (2012), and Transformers Collector's Club Runamuck (2012).

Name Reuses: The name Tracks was reassigned to Kre-O Autobot Tracks (2015).