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The Dogmobile is a legendary three-seater vehicle that was obtainable as a prize in the Gift Display. It cost Bucks.png 99, Bucks.png 199, or Bucks.png 499 in the respective gifts. It is no longer in the gifts rotation and is now only available through trading.

Handling & Speed

The Dogmobile is a rather long vehicle, and its handling and speed reflect that. It cruises gently along the road and is mostly unbothered by most bumps; its turning is just as gentle. Its shape also makes it difficult to flip over, compared to the Banana Car. The Dogmobile has the tendency to fling players in the air when crashing into them, much like the Traveling House.

Appearance

The front of the Dogmobile features a light-brown dog/dachshund with a red tongue sticking out. The vehicle is very long, and ends with a small pointed tail. The dog's face at the front of the vehicle is similar to the in-game Dog and all the other dog-themed items. The Dogmobile has a rather basic design, lacking headlights, seats, and a steering wheel.

Pros And Cons

Pros Cons
Rather agile compared to other three-seater vehicles. Can fling players in the air when crashed.
Good turning and handling. No longer available; it can only be obtained through trading.
A legendary vehicle. It is very hard to flip over compared to the Banana Car and other vehicles.

Trivia

  • Strangely, the rims of the Dogmobile's backpack image are a white instead of gray, and have black dots in the center, being identical to those found in the Banana Car. These might have been the intended wheels for the Dogmobile, but were changed sometime during development in favor of the current gray ones.
  • The Dogmobile is one of the four dog-themed items in Adopt Me! (excluding Dogs), the other three being the Dog Leash, the Dog House Stroller, and the Dog Food Flying Disc.

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