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Questions tagged [vehicles]

A device or structure for transporting persons or things; a conveyance. Vehicles include tanks, spacecraft, cars, boats, airplanes, bicycles, motorbikes - the list goes on and on.

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Is the AT-AT cockpit being a weak-point supported by canon?

In The Empire Strikes Back arcade game, AT-ATs can be destroyed by firing at their cockpits. The AT-AT Wookieepedia page states that The most vulnerable part of the walker was its flexible neck, ...
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Are AT-ATs MIFVs or tanks by design?

Is there canon support for the "Transport" part of AT-AT's full name ("All Terrain Armored Transport")? The name seems to imply they are MIFVs (Infantry Fighting Vehicles, aka Armored, ala US ...
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Do First Order TIE fighters have hyperdrives?

In the pre-Force Awakens Glactic Empire, TIE fighters did not have hyperdrives and thus depended on carrier ships to jump to lightspeed. Now in The Force Awakens Does this mean that First Order ...
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Does the First Order's “Heavy Scout Walker” / “AT-HS” exist in any official fiction (besides Lego sets)?

The "First Order Heavy Scout Walker" Lego set depicts this multi-legged vehicle participating in the battle on Crait from The Last Jedi: But this does not seem to match the events of the movie, and I ...
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Where have all the Y-wings gone?

There is a significant battle in both The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi that require heavy bombardment on an enemy target. In The Force Awakens it is the attack on Star Killer base, and in The Last ...
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Do repulsor craft have a height limit?

Repulsor-craft are land-based (usually) vehicles designed to levitate above the surface during operational use. Is there a technical limit to the achievable height? Most seem to hover just slightly ...