Over the years, Rocket League has put out some amazing skins. These are the best crossover skins in Rocket League due to their uniqueness and popularity.

The best crossover skins in Rocket League aren’t just about slapping a logo on a car and calling it a day. They take the time to create cosmetics that resonate with fans of the franchise without ruining the chaotic aesthetic of the game. Some franchises like Twisted Metal fit perfectly as they have iconic vehicles of their own, but the game isn’t afraid of collaborating with properties their players wouldn’t expect, like the Lofi Girl during Frosty Fest.

Rocket League has had many crossovers and collaborations over the years, each adding its own unique flavor to the game’s vibrant universe. From classic cars to contemporary pop culture icons, let’s take a look at the some of best-looking cars in the game.

Jurassic Jeep Wrangler

Jurassic World’s Jeep Wrangler wraps up the Octane in a rugged look, fit to chase balls and escape rogue dinosaurs. Its design features a bulkier frame and raised suspension, giving it a sturdy and imposing presence on the pitch. The Jeep Wrangler comes in two base variants, one red and blue, representing Jurassic Park and Jurassic World respectively.

The Jeep Wrangler’s engine audio roars to life with a growl that can rival any dinosaur. As a bonus, the Jurassic World collaboration comes with the T-Rex Goal Explosion that emphasizes every score with a triumphant sound. Even if you’re not a fan of the franchise, it remains as one the best crossover skins in Rocket League simply because it’s a great Octane skin.


The Ghostbusters Ecto-1 is here to catch goals instead of ghouls in Rocket League. First introduced during the Radical Summer event, the Ecto-1 features its white and red color scheme, retrofitted with an array of paranormal detection equipment and the Ghostbusters logo. It transforms the Dominus into the beloved hunk of junk vehicle fans love, complete with a proton pack-inspired rocket boost.

The Ghostbusters collaboration also brings one of the best goal explosions in the game, with the giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man bursting onto the scene to announce the score with its presence. Additionally, if players can boost for long enough, the Ecto-1 activates its distinct siren wail for a truly immersive experience.

DeLorean Time Machine

The sci-fi classic Back to the Future brings the legendary DeLorean Time Machine to life on the pitch. This symbol of 80s pop culture, with its refined design and gull-wing doors, uses the Dominus hitbox in-game. The best part of its design in Rocket League is that its wheels rotate down and thrust burning fuel, just as seen in the films.

The DeLorean Time Machine comes with unique wheels, boost, and trail that are only compatible with itself. Although the car was available last 2021, make sure to check back on Back to the Future day every October 21st.


Released in 2018, the DC Super Heroes DLC Pack brought the Justice League to defend against wayward goals. Every hero’s design were translated well into the game, but it was Batman’s sleek Batmobile that stole the show. The bundle included the ’89 Batmobile and the bulkier design featured in The Dark Knight Rises.

While any version of the Batmobile is an easy sell for many people, the rarer model from the 2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of the Justice DLC pack is highly desired. The 2016 Batmobile fit perfectly on the Plank’s flat roof, creating a stylish look to pair with its unique wheels, boost, and trail.

Lightning McQueen

One of the standout crossover skins in Rocket League is Lightning McQueen from the famous Cars film franchise from Pixar. In-game, Lightning McQueen slims down to fit the Dominus Hitbox, but every detail from the bright flaming 95 to the various sponsorships is faithfully recreated. As Lightning McQueen comes from a universe where cars are sentient, it’s fitting that this is the first car in Rocket League to feature dynamic expressions. It’s a treat (and a tilting sight) to see his eyes focus on top speeds before scoring a goal and triggering a big Ka-chow goal explosion.

Even though the Cars bundle came shortly after announcing removing trading from the game, players found it hard to resist this excellent collab. Lightning McQueen’s inclusion proves that Rocket League is at its best when it doesn’t take itself too seriously.