The Borderlands video game series features only a handful of vehicles. There are a few damaged vehicles which can be seen throughout the game, but are never seen intact.
The vehicle called the Light Runner is found in Borderlands 1 and 2, and in both games they are immediately available when you activate the Catch-a-Ride station.
A notable design feature of the vehicle is the unusual suspension, which extends forward and backward to the front and rear wheels, allowing for a lot of suspension travel. It has two seats, one in front of the other. The front seat is where the driver sits, and the driver also has control of a front-facing turret. The second seat controls a 360° turret.
Added in Borderlands 2, the Bandit Technical can carry four players: One driver, one turret operator, and two people in the truck bed. The turrent options are either a barrel launcher or a saw blade launcher.
Not only is the Sand Skiff a DLC-only vehicle, it is also the only hovering vehicle the player can operate in the game.
- Bandit Technical
- Cara-Van Escort (Bandit Technical)