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The 1972 Plymouth Duster
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The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro.
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The 2015 Ford Mustang.

Muscle Car is a term used to refer to a variety of high-performance automobiles, and generally refers to two-door American coupes with large V8 engines.

In Battlefield 2, the Muscle Car is based on the Plymouth Duster 340. In Battlefield Hardline, it is loosely based on the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro and the sixth-generation Ford Mustang.

Battlefield 2Edit

The Muscle Car is a light vehicle introduced in the Battlefield 2: Armored Fury expansion. It appears on Midnight Sun on every map size, and is also present on the 16-player variant of Operation Road Rage.

The vehicle is similar to the HMMWV, NJ 2046, and GAZ-3937 Vodnik in regards to speed and handling, but it does not have any mounted weapons and is much less durable. The driver and passenger cannot use any weapons while in the vehicle.

Battlefield HardlineEdit

The Muscle Car is a vehicle in Battlefield Hardline. It serves as the Criminal Coupe, being slightly faster and more maneuverable than the Sports Sedan, but can only seat two players (one driver and one passenger) compared to the Sedan's four. The passenger is able to either shoot through the windshield or hang out of the side window and fire. It is a direct equivalent to the Law Enforcement Police Interceptor.



Battlefield 2Edit

  • The car's license plate reads "2142". This is an easter egg referring to Battlefield 2142, which was under development at the time.

Battlefield HardlineEdit

  • In an earlier development build, the Muscle Car had the model of a Dodge Challenger SRT8, likely borrowed from Need for Speed: Rivals.[1]