What is Takumi in Rocket League?
Takumi is a car model present in Rocket League. This car was released in August 2015 and runs on an Octane body type.
The design is reminiscent of an American muscle car. I’m particular, this car is a re-imagining of the real-life sixth generation of the Chevrolet Camero. This means a bulky frame, a subtle spoiler, and a series of lift kits and protruding fixtures to make the vehicle look track ready. It terms of accuracy to the real-life inspiration, it is a very good piece of design.
How to get Takumi in Rocket League?
This car was only initially available for players via the supersonic fury DLC pack though it can now be obtained through playing matches. The version you receive varies depending on the fact if you downloaded Rocket League before or after the Free-to-play update. You can also get the Takumi by trading or buying it.
The Takumi model runs off the octane body type. This essentially means that this is a variant of the most popular choice in the roster. Here is a rundown of the stats for the Takumi
- LENGTH: 118.01
- WIDTH: 84.20
- HEIGHT: 36.16
- SURFACE AREA: 34495
- TURNING AVERAGE: 2.18
- 0% BOOST SPEED: 2.323
- 100% BOOST SPEED: 1.967
With these stats and the octane hitbox, this means that the model provides some excellent benefits. The key highlights being the ability to tightly dribble, win aerial duels, and has a deceptively good shot impact as well. The octane body type is the perfect all-rounder which allows for pretty much any playstyle. Meaning you can chop and change your role on the team on the fly.
Within casual games, this is why it is a very popular choice. Yet also finds a lot of use in professional settings too. It’s an excellent choice whether you love to attack, defend, or tend goal.
Decals – Takumi
The Takumi has a series of fantastic decals that allows for a great deal of personalisation. Whether that be a fun, sophisticated or vibrant look, this model provides a decent range. Here is a list of the common decals to begin with.
- Crazy 8
Some great choices in the common section for the Takumi. They all are quite subtle and sophisticated, offering a design that really compliments the racing frame of the car. Our top choice is Crazy 8, this makes the player look just like a competitive racing car. It’s a fantastic choice to have. Here is the decal below.
Then we have the rare decals which are listed below
- Sticker bomb
These are some great additions to the more common decals. They offer a more whimsical look for your model. Though our top choice is aqueous. This design looks like a shimmer oil effect on water. It’s a fantastic design that you have to see for yourself. So here it is.
Then lastly we have the very rare decal class. Here is the list of these decals.
These designs very much scream professional in their presentation. They are subdued yet the quality is at the highest level. If we are pressed to pick a favorite it would have to be Anubis. This Egyptian inspired design is slick and really adds another level of style and ancient real nurture to your car. Here is the decal below so you can decide for yourself.
Best Takumi Designs
Broken line car
This Takumi Design uses rich, crimson color to really stand out from the pack. Then it uses the aqueous decal to give the car an interesting texture as well.
- Decal: Takumi: Aqueous (painted titanium white, primary color: dark red (grassy), accent color: red (anodized)
- Wheels: Sovereign A/T (painted crimson)
- Boost: Tachyon (painted crimson)
The red color scheme is complemented by the Sovereign A/T wheels which are painted crimson, plus a tachyon boost that also is painted crimson. This one is a dark and ominous design with just a splash of warm accents. If this sounds up your alley then get your hands on this one.
This design looks like something lifted straight out of The Matrix. The green and black color scheme plus the distortion decal combine to give an effect as though you are traveling through that all to the familiar data stream, all its missing is a few noughts and ones.
- Decal: Takumi: Distortion (primary color: turquoise, accent color: black (non-effective))
- Wheels: Santa Fe (no paint)
- Boost: Enchanter (painted sky blue)
This one then uses Santa Fe wheels and an enchanter boost trail which is strangely painted a very bright sky blue. You may prefer the green or black variants of this boost, however, the blue strangely doesn’t feel too out of place, simply adding another layer to this fine piece. If you don’t believe us, try it out for yourself.
This one is just a massive flex on all others taking to the field. It uses a shimmering gold paint job and sticker bomb decal to give a wonderful, luxurious finish. Then, as is custom with flashy vehicles, there are spinning wheels in the form of the emerald pros.
- Decal: Takumi: Sticker bomb (primary color: gold (anodized), accent color: black (anodized))
- Wheels: Emerald Pro
- Boost: Thermal Yellow
Then this one is topped off with a thermal yellow boost and a stegosaurus topper to add a little more texture to the piece. So if you want to ride in style and be super fancy, then this design is exactly what you are looking for.
A Chevy Inspired Masterclass
Overall, the Chevrolet inspired Takumi is a car model that offers a wonderful, racing ready design. The main body of the car is instantly recognizable. The subtle but sophisticated details, coupled with the decals that for the most part, offer designs that replicate that approach.
This doubled up with the ability to take advantage of the popular octane body type and its tight dribbling ability makes the Takumi a really hard design to overlook. It’s a car made with all varieties of Rocket League players in mind, whether that be the pros or the more casual player. Give this one a try and see how you like it.