You can finally put a silly hat on your Lamborghini.

Rocket League is finally unlocking the full customization of more licensed vehicles. Car bodies in collaborations with famous brands have been in the game since 2015, but most of them lack the ability to change their look from their sold-in state.

The rollout will feature only a few car bodies, but hopefully many more are on the way.

The licensed cars gaining full customization

Screenshots of the first four cars affected by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">announced changes</a> (Image via
Screenshots of the first four cars affected by the announced changes (Image via

Full customization support is being added for three licensed Rocket League car bodies in collaboration with real-life car manufacturers. These three car bodies are:

  • Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
  • Lamborghini Huracán STO
  • McLaren 570S

Patch v2.40 will mark the beginning of Season 15 and allow players to equip universal decals, wheels, toppers, and antennas on the cars above. In addition to this, Psyonix will add four base decals to those three cars plus the Nissan Z.

The decals, which are already available for customization on most Rocket League car bodies, are:

  • Flames
  • Lightning
  • Stripes
  • Wings

Players who already own these four car bodies will see the new decals automatically appear in their inventories. If not, they may simply need to update to the latest version of Rocket League.

What this means for future Rocket League customization

Licensed vehicles have been featured in Rocket League since 2015, the year the game was released. Some, such as the 2016 Batmobile, Nissan Skyline, and Ford Mustang Mach-E saw points of widespread use as a result of popular pro players using them in RLCS. Unfortunately, most in-game vehicles in collaboration with big brands lack aesthetic freedom.

There are no known changes coming to any additional specific cars so far. However, this update hopefully indicates that Rocket League will continue to expand customization options in the near future.

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