R-15 - “Chariot”

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This article is timeless and should be accurate for any version of the game.

The “Chariot” is a transport vehicle used to shuttle personnel to the front line.
In-game description

The R-15 - “Chariot” (also known as a Battle Bus) is the Colonial Transport Bus designed to transport large amounts of soldiers to a destination. Its most distinctive feature is the vehicle's elongated body.

General Info


The R-15 - “Chariot” holds 11 passengers, and houses a crew of one soldier:

  • Driver (Seat 1)
    • Controls the movement of the vehicle, and can see the remaining fuel in the vehicle
  • Passenger(s) (Seat 2 - 12)
    • A seat used to hold/transport players
    • Has no tactical function
    • Due to being in an enclosed vehicle, they cannot use their secondary equipment


The R-15 - “Chariot” is not equipped with a main armament.


It has 1 inventory slot that can hold any item.


It can directly interact with most structures (either world structures or player-built ones):

  • The Driver can access inventories - press E or Shift + E
    • Can pull twice as fast compared to being on foot
    • Able to pull up to up to 3 times the normal amount - press Shift + LMB


Structure Input(s) Output Time
Garage 100 x Basic Materials Basic Materials.png  R-15 - “Chariot” R-15 - Chariot Vehicle Icon.png 100 Hammer hits
Mass Production Factory 300 x Basic Materials Basic Materials.png Crate of 3 x  R-15 - “Chariot” R-15 - Chariot Vehicle Icon.png 01:23:20

Must be fully researched in the Vehicle IconFilterVehicle.png Tech Tree in order to be produced.

Storage & Transport

The R-15 - “Chariot” can be stored in a Storage Depot, Seaport or Storage Ship.

It cannot be packaged or transported by another vehicle. As such, it must be driven to its destination, regardless of where it is.


The R-15 - “Chariot” is best used as a transport vehicle, though the effectiveness of this is somewhat questionable due to its lack of armor, which makes it vulnerable to even small arms fire.

Though it is capable of being effective in certain situations, majority of the time, it is not worth it to construct or use it in the frontlines.


  • The design of the Colonial Transport Bus may draw inspiration from classic 1940's American school buses
  • Originally, the buses were Relic Vehicles, but were later changed to become standard vehicles in each faction