With outstanding speed thanks to rocket boosters, a turret cannon at the top, as well as cup holders, the T-Car is very fit to drive the Titans into fights. It is modeled like an old hot rod, convertible in earlier episodes with a letter "T" shaped grille, but is later redesigned with a more modern look.
In "Driver's Ed," Robin got the rest of the Titans to drive him to places using the T-Car, since his license was suspended. Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire also used it to catch Robin and Ed later on in the episode. Unfortunately, it exploded later because Robin led them on a huge chase with many dangerous obstacles, which only he avoided.
"Dude Relax" marks the T-Car's second appearance in the series. Cyborg was tinkering with the systems and car mechanics as a form of relaxation. Too bad that Robin had to interrupt and completely dismantle it.
In "Burger vs. Burrito," Beast Boy replaced the engine of the T-Car with a burrito to repay Cyborg, thus rendering it immobilized.
The T-Car was given a complete overhaul in "Road Trip," with a completely new design, weapons, and parts. It was used to make a road trip, and successfully defeated the H.I.V.E. (while also annoying Gizmo). The new vehicle has been used most likely in later episodes of the second season.
In "Rocks and Water", Beast Boy drives the T-Car to take himself and the other Titans to a restaurant for a triple date. During driving, he gets so distracted that he swerves onto the wrong lane.
The T-Car is once again given a major upgrade, with the size of the wheels increased so that they match those of a monster truck and more suspensions are added. It is used to escape traffic jams as shown in "Stockton, CA!". The Titans use it to be more aggressive and literally crush all the other cars, on their way to fight a crime.
It is being used in "Huggbees" to drive the Titans to arrive at the Warner Bros. Studios, but once again ends up getting crashed.
In "Real Art", the Titans use the t-car to crash into the jump city museum of art.
It is being used in "I Am Chair" when the Titans go to the mall.
In Batman's Birthday Gift, Cyborg tells Robin that the T-Car is in repair, but it apparently has exploded behind the scenes.
- The initial "T" in the T-Car is an abbreviation of the Titans' car.
- In the original series, the T-Car looked more like a sports car,(More likely a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier) while in Teen Titans Go!, it looks more like an early 20th century North American hot rod(Concretely as a 1932 Ford A Roadster V8 only with the T Grill Detail). However, after a complete overhaul in "Road Trip," the T-Car looks more of a 1980 Dodge Omni with a rear trunk spoiler.
- So far, the car has been destroyed twice.
- The Titans having a car is likely a reference to Cyborg's car in the original, which also got destroyed twice.
- In the episode "Stockton, CA!" the T-car was given a major upgrade with huge wheels and some pretty powerful suspension.
- Its license plate, which is located at its back, is "Titans".
|Teen Titans Go! Objects|
|Vehicles||T-Car • T-Plane • T-Sub • R-Cycle • H.I.V.E. Five Monster Van • Titan Robot • Silkiebot • Batmobile • JCPD Police Cruiser • Ed's Car • The Titan Yacht|
|Toys||Starfire's Stuffed Animals • Bubble Bots • Darkseid Plushie • Orion • Pretty Pretty Pegasus Toys • Slade Plushie|
|Books||Book of Imagination • Ancient Legends • Raven's Spellbook • Physics Book • Pretty Pretty Pegasus: The Novel • The Rules of Robin • The Power of Dance • Starfire's Secret Diary • Bro Journal • The Naughty List|
|Magic||Legendary Sandwich of Power • Mysterious Prism • Cootie Catcher|
|Other||Communicator • Worlogog • Robin's Staff • Invasion of the Bubble Bots 2 • Deathtoilet • Portrait of Robin and Batman • Death Ray • Ditronium Crystal • Raven's Gem • Stems • Tears of Zephos • Flip Chart • Batmobile • Cactus • Zimdings (Font) • Kryptonite (object)|