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The Frog Cruiser[2] is a vehicle that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is Big the Cat's personal sports car, specially created by Dodon Pa for Big to let him participate in his Grand Prix competition.

Description

The default Frog Cruiser is a green racing car reminiscent of a frog, being specifically based on Big's friend Froggy. Below its hood on the front, the Frog Cruiser is outfitted with a reel with a hook on a long line. It also has a fishing rod in the back. In addition, the Frog Cruiser does not possess a steering wheel, and is instead controlled by two joysticks.

Like other cars in Team Sonic Racing, its appearance can be customized with different paint jobs, Performance Parts and decals. Its horn can also be changed.

Game appearances

Team Sonic Racing

The Frog Cruiser's base stats in Team Sonic Racing.

In Team Sonic Racing, the Frog Cruiser appears as Big's race car, specially created by Dodon Pa for Big. During the events of the game, the Frog Cruiser was one of the cars Dodon Pa gave Big and his friends so they could compete in his Grand Prix competition. Big would afterward used it during the races and challenges he participated it. However, the Frog Cruiser was eventually destroyed when the heroes had to leave it aboard the crashing Final Fortress. Fortunately, Dodon Pa promised to replace it with a new one.

In this game, the Frog Cruiser's basic statistics show it has high defense, boost and top speed, and low acceleration and handling. However, its statistics, as well as its artistic design, can be modified by replacing its parts.

The Frog Cruiser has the following exclusive Performance Parts that can be used to modify it:

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Big Thumper Bumpers Front.png Thumper Bumpers Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Top Speed
Big Hydro Hood Front.png Hydro Hood Top Speed Acceleration
Defense
Big Gill Grill Front.png Gill Grill Acceleration
Handling
Boost
Defense
Big Legendary Thumper Bumpers Front.png Legendary Thumper Bumpers Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Top Speed
Big Legendary Hydro Hood Front.png Legendary Hydro Hood Top Speed Acceleration
Defense
Big Legendary Gill Grill.png Legendary Gill Grill Acceleration
Handling
Boost
Defense

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Big Swamp Croakers Rear.png Swamp Croakers Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Handling
Big Big Aero Fins Rear.png Aero Fins Boost Defense
Big Catalytic Converter Rear.png Catalytic Converter Acceleration
Defense
Top Speed
Big Legendary Swamp Croakers Rear.png Legendary Swamp Croakers Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Handling
Big Legendary Aero Fins Rear.png Legendary Aero Fins Boost Defense
Big Legendary Catalytic Converter Rear.png Legendary Catalytic Converter Acceleration
Defense
Top Speed

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Big Toe Threads Wheels.png Toe Treads Defense Handling
Big Webbed Wheels.png Webbed Wheels Acceleration
Top Speed
Boost
Defense
Big Whisker Wheels.png Whisker Wheels Handling Boost
Big Legendary Toe Treads Wheels.png Legendary Toe Treads Defense Handling
Big Legendary Webbed Wheels Wheels.png Legendary Webbed Wheels Acceleration
Top Speed
Boost
Defense
Big Legendary Whisker Wheels Wheels.png Legendary Whisker Wheels Handling Boost

Sonic Racing

The Frog Cruiser appears in Sonic Racing as a vehicle used by Big.

Trivia

  • Unlike other cars, the Frog Cruiser does not have a proper steering wheel and is instead controlled by two joysticks.

Gallery

Concept artwork

Artwork

Gallery

References

  1. Sonic Official - Season 3 Episode 3. YouTube. Sonic the Hedgehog Official Youtube (2 May 2019). Retrieved on 2 May 2019.
  2. Team Sonic Racing official website (Japanese). Characters. Sega. Archived from the original on 1 February 2019. Retrieved on 1 February 2019.

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