Modern Warfare 2 is packed with vehicles for you to use as it combines small-scale combat with the larger Ground War experience. In fact, there are a lot of different types of modes in the game and within a number of them, you will be able to use Modern Warfare 2’s vehicles.
From vehicles to help you get around and explore, to tanks and helicopters. Working with your team to outsmart and outpower your opponent will be key to winning a number of the larger-scale modes.
Below, you can find an overview from Infinity Ward of each of the Modern Warfare 2 vehicles that are in the game’s various modes.
Modern Warfare 2 vehicles
Here are all 14 of the Modern Warfare 2 vehicles:
ATV – land vehicle
The ATV can hold one driver and two passengers with additional hop-on spots. It is the smallest and most nimble of the ground vehicles available in Modern Warfare 2.
UTV – land vehicle
The UTV is a more armoured version of the ATV. With a driver seat and three passenger seats, it is best used with your team off-road to traverse rough terrain. It also has great mobility and versatility, so you can get around easily.
Tactical Vehicle (TAC-V) – land vehicle
With three passenger seats and one driver seat, the TAC-V is the first of the highly-armoured vehicles. On top, there can be a mounted .50 cal machine gun that can mow down enemies or destroy vehicles. The vehicle is also capable of handling a variety of terrain.
Hatchback – land vehicle
This car holds four people and is a civilian vehicle with armour plating around it to enhance protection as you and your team travel around the map.
Chop Top – land vehicle
This open-air, off-road vehicle is versatile and built for rapid movement between objectives as your drive around with your team.
Suv – land vehicle
The SUV is a small 4×4 vehicle that can hold five people, including the driver. Used for a quick getaway or infiltration, it is better suited for those situations than combat.
Cargo Truck – land vehicle
The cargo truck can be used for large-scale infiltrations or exfiltrations and can hold as many passengers as can fit on it. It is slow-moving and lacks protection, but a great way of transporting a lot of players to one area quickly.
heavy Tank – land vehicle
The heavy tank is exclusive to Ground War and has space for a driver and .50 cal gunner who can deal immense amounts of damage to vehicles.
Light Tank – land vehicle
This light tank is also exclusive to Ground War. It is far more manoeuvrable and has a multipurpose turret. So, while it has its perks, it is also far less strong, with light armour and an exposed gunner seat.
APC – land vehicle
The APC is the final Ground War exclusive land vehicle and it can hold a massive number of passengers: 12 in total. But, only six of them can be active, shooting, driving, or using the weapons on the tank. The rest will be sat in the vehicle, being transported.
Light Halo – air vehicle
The Light Halo can hold four passengers and a pilot and is used for transporting groups of enemies around a map.
Heavy Chopper – air vehicle
The heavy chopper is the light halo’s big brother with a cargo bay for as many passengers as can fit in it. While not capable of outputting huge damage, it exists to stay airborne while it drops players off.
RHIB – sea vehicle
The RHIB is a sea transport vehicle that can be used to transport players around the map. While not capable of dealing damage, it is a great way of navigating in-between objectives or landmarks.
Armoured Patrol boat – sea vehicle
The Armoured Patrol Boat is the adult version of the RHIB capable of holding more players and packing a powerful mounted .50 cal machine gun.
As you can see, there is a pretty wide and diverse list of vehicles in Modern Warfare 2 covering the air, land, and sea. And, of course, all of these can be found throughout the various maps and modes that accommodate them.
While you are exploring the Modern Warfare 2 vehicles or driving around improving your K/D ratio, check out our overview of the other equipment in Modern Warfare 2. These include the lethals, tacticals, perks, and weapons.