Building The Most Expensive Rocket League Car – A Guide

One of the greatest assets that the Rocket League franchise has is its great list of customization options for your car. If you want your car to stand out with a radical design, a bright set of colors, or some whimsical items scattered across your vehicle, Rocket League makes this infinitely possible and lets you express yourself on the field of play.

While you can make your car look incredible with just the free items you acquire from completing matches and trading in items. It can be argued that the premium items are just a class above the rest. So with this in mind, have you ever wondered what it would be like to build the most expensive car in Rocket League? Well, we have and we’ve compiled a list of the most expensive items for each category so that you can see just what this car would look like. So here is our guide on how to build the most expensive car in Rocket League.

Car Body – White Octane

So before we start designing the car, we need to first decide what car we will be customizing. This category consists of the premium grade bodies that players can build through the use of blueprints, buy on the marketplace, or unlock through the rocket pass. However, it also features the import/painted versions of the common cars in your garage. The most expensive variant of any of these vehicles is the white Octane. While the default version is not the most expensive on the marketplace, if you purchase this item in pink, purple, saffron or sky blue, you’ll pay £96, making this one the most expensive car body available.

Car Decal – Interstellar

Now that we have a car body, it’s time to decide what decal we will be kitting it out with. If we want to go for the most expensive decal on the market then we will need the black market rarity decal, interstellar. This decal lives up to its name with a design that will have the body of your car looking like a tranquil night sky littered with stars and thus design looks great in pretty much any color. Our pick would be a navy or a deep purple if you were wondering.
Players can get their hands on this amazing decal for just £17.23 which is a steal considering just how sought after this decal is within the player base. The next most expensive decal is Dissolver which will cost you £11.67 to purchase, which perhaps serves to show the difference in terms of demand for each item.

Wheels – Goldstone

Now we need the things that will actually make your car mobile enough to score a few goals. The most expensive wheels that you can obtain is none other than the Goldstone wheels. If you want to purchase these luxury tires, you’ll have to fork out £1957.22 at the time of writing. This is a little rich for our blood but maybe someone out there is willing to splash the cash to look fancy on the field of play.
These wheels are pretty simple in their design but look really fantastic when incorporated into a black and gold aesthetic. They have golden alloys with a spiral effect and the rest of the tire is understated to highlight the luxurious gold effects. We aren’t sure it’s worth almost two grand of your hard-earned cash but we do see the appeal, they look great.

Car boost – Standard (Import)

Now to put the ‘Rocket Propelled’ in Super Acrobatic Rocket Propelled Battle-Car with an expensive boost. As you probably know, boosts come in many different colors, designs and can really be quite whimsical in nature. So it’s a little surprising that the standard boost you get right at the beginning of the game is the most expensive of them all. To be clear, this refers to the imported version of this boost to be more exact. This is acquired by trading up five very rare items just to have the chance of getting this boost.
It’s a pretty difficult boost to get your hands on for this reason. So if you want to add this to your collection, you’ll have to be willing to part with a cool £9.90 to obtain it. This imported version comes in many different colors so be sure you get the color you want when you purchase it.

Boost Trail – Rad Rock

Now that we have our boost locked down, we need an expensive boost trail to complement it. These items are of course, not boost but rather the trail that your tires leave on the ground when boosting. The most expensive trail in Rocket League at the time of writing is the limited rarity item, the Rad Rock trail.
This trail consists of an otherworldly crystal that comes in a deep purple color. It’s a very stylish trail that looks sharp when coupled with contrasting boosts and will set players back £12.46.

Topper – Gold Cap

Now that we have all the necessary parts covered, it’s time for the more superfluous additions. These items come in the form of novelty items, hats and animated objects that adorn the top of your vehicle while you play. Most of these are pretty uninspired in all honesty, not to mention that most players will opt to not wear a topper at all, so the prices for these items are generally quite low. Well, except for one topper on the market.
The alpha reward ‘gold cap’ topper is easily the most expensive item in this category. This is essentially a design that features a snapback dipped in gold and those that want to wear this one will have to pay a whopping £444.50 to have the privilege. It’s easily the most stunning looking topper on the market but we don’t know if it’s worth nearly half a grand.

Antenna – Gold Nugget

Then we need to get a decent radio reception when we are flying through the air with an antenna. These are little novelty items or flags that hang from an antenna on the back of your vehicle. Due to many players opting to not equip an antenna, there isn’t a lot of demand for these items and the prices reflect this for all but one item.
The beta award item, the gold nugget antenna, is by far the most expensive item in this category.

The design is essentially a huge chunk of pure gold. This will set players back a grand total of £266.29 which is crazy money for an antenna However if you are looking for a way to show off your wealth and need a new status symbol, the gold nugget is just what you’re looking for.

Paint – Dino

There’s no point in having a fancy, expensive car if you don’t have a luxury paint job too. So you’ll have to get your hands on the Dino paint. In truth, you could choose a number of paints that will cost just as much such as the furry, limited, glossy block, metallic flake, pearlescent, straight line, or zebra finishes but we opted for something with a little more bite than the rest. Each of these will set you back £2.96, making these the joint most expensive paints on the market.

The dino paint, in particular, is a finish that will give the impression that your car is scaly and reptilian-like a creature from the Jurassic period. It looks great in hues of green, blue, and various earthy tones.

Engine Audio – Motormouth

Then lastly, if you want to have your car sound as expensive as it looks, you’ll want to grab the Motormouth engine sound. This is a limited rarity engine sound that will set you back £4.99 to own and equip to your ultra-luxury vehicle.

The reason why this engine sound is so popular is because of how obnoxious it sounds when at full throttle. Players on the opposing team will be enraged with the sound of your vehicle and it serves as the ultimate troll item. Sure it doesn’t really lend itself to the luxurious and decadent vibe we are trying to establish here but there’s no disputing that it’s the most expensive.

So what’s the damage?

Get your calculators out boys and girls because if you purchase all these items and build the most lavish vehicle you can in Rocket League, you’re going to have one hefty bill on your hands. The grand total for every item on this car comes in at a whopping £2726.12 or 272,612 in-game credits if you prefer. It’s a ludicrous amount of money to spend on a car build, especially when there are so many excellent cheaper options. However, if you want to flaunt your cash, this is the product of your efforts. Here is what the finished product looks like:

So that’s what it takes to build the most expensive car in Rocket League. What do you think of the finished design? Is it worth the amount that it costs to build? Were you shocked by how much some of these items cost? Would you like any of these items for your car? Let us know in the comments and as always, thank you for reading The Global Gaming.