6 Fascinating Minecraft Car Design Ideas

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Ever wonder how to build a car in Minecraft?

Although you can’t actually ride a car, some Minecraft mods let you do the impossible task.

However, many car designs are available if you still want to stick with the vanilla game without too many modifications!

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In this article, let’s take a look at the best 6 Minecraft car design ideas!

Here we have all car types you can use in your Minecraft world. From racing cars like formula one to utility cars like ambulances and police cars to popular taxis.

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6 Fascinating Minecraft Car Design Ideas

We sorted the car design below by difficulty. This includes how hard it is to get the materials, the quantity needed, the Minecraft version required, and so on.

Remember to check the materials before building one to save time. Without further ado, let’s go!

1. F1 Car

Materials: Quartz Slabs, Quarts Stairs, Coal Blocks, Stone Buttons, Oak Signs, a Heavy Weighted Pressure Plate, a Cauldron, and a Wither Skeleton Skull.

We start the list with a simple yet powerful Minecraft formula one car!

Quartz, coal, oak, and stone are common materials in Minecraft. So, building this design is not too hard in the survival world.

On the other hand, getting quartz may be challenging if you’re unfamiliar with the Nether biome. If you don’t want to mine for quartz, try setting up a place to barter with the piglins instead.

2. Camping Van

Materials: Spruce Slabs, Spruce Stairs, Stone Buttons, Coal Blocks, Iron Trapdoors, Levers, Quartz Blocks, Quartz Stairs, Light Blue Concretes, White Stained Glass Panes, a Furnace, a Ladder, Spruce Signs, Item Frames, and Shroomlights.

Next, we have a camping van suitable for any campfire place to hang out with your friends.

The design is quite spacious, so you’ll have plenty of space inside to work with. You can have a bed and crafting table on the first floor. Then some chests for store purposes on the second floor.

Remember to put a door on the back to enter the van quickly. Alternatively, you can put doors on either side of the car, where the stone buttons are.

3. Ambulance

Materials: Quartz Blocks, Quartz Stairs, Blast Furnaces, Ladders, Shroomlights, Coal Blocks, Stone Buttons, Polished Andesite Slabs, Light Blue Stained Glass Panes, Red Concretes, Tripwires, Redstone Torches, and Redstone Repeaters.

Inspired by TSMC, we have this steady ambulance car with enough details you could ask for.

Like the camping van, the door is on the back. Plus, you have more space inside the ambulance to put chests and some beds. Moreover, use normal torches if you haven’t gotten your hand on Redstone just yet.

To get the invisible item frames to put the shroomlights on, use the following command: /give @p item_frame{EntityTag:{Invisible:1b}}

4. Taxi

Materials: Yellow Concretes, Oak Stairs, Oak Trapdoors, Nether Brick Stairs, Nether Bricks, Quartz Slabs, Yellow Carpets, Oak Signs, Item Frames, Calcites, and Custom Banners.

Here’s a perfect Minecraft car design idea if you’re building a modern city, a yellow taxi!

The car’s shape is pretty simple. However, the hard part is the custom banners around the car’s base. To make the banners yourself, check out this banner tool!

In newer Minecraft versions, you can use deepslate to replace the nether brick in case you hate the Nether dimension.

5. Fort Model T

Materials: Iron Trapdoors, Oak Trapdoors, Stone Buttons, Quartz Slabs, Invisible Item Frames, Yellow Concretes, Red Nether Brick Walls, Dark Oak Fence Gates, an Acacia Trapdoor, Mangrove Trapdoors, Mangrove Logs, Black Stained Glass Panes, Brown Carpets, Dark Oak Trapdoors, and Mud Brick Walls.

Next, we have an old model Minecraft car design idea made by Joel Ramos.

The block choice is impressive by combining different sets of blocks in the game together. In addition, this design has space in the driver’s seat if you want to immerse yourself in the driving experience.

Lastly, remember to use the invisible item frames to display the yellow concretes for the front lights.

6. Cyberpunk Car

Materials: Lodestones, Polished Blackstone Slabs, Stairs, Buttons, and Pressure Plates, Polished Deepslates, Walls, Slabs, and Stairs, Dark Oak Trapdoors, Dark Oak Fence Gates, Dark Oak Signs, Glow Ink Sacs, Oak Buttons, Birch Signs, Glass Blocks, Invisible Item Frames, and Coral Blocks.

Inspired by Sir Derpol, the final Minecraft car design idea on the list has a cyberpunk vibe with a floating mechanism, glowing signs, and a black, red, and blue palette.

To build this fancy futuristic car, you must sacrifice some netherite ingots for the lodestones in the front. Moreover, use chiseled stone bricks instead if you are still in the stone age.

What makes this design stand out is the usage of glowing ink sacs for the signs with special characters. That said, those cyberpunk cars look even better at night!

Those are the 6 best Minecraft car design ideas!

What’s your favorite idea? Let us know in the comment below.

Binh Tran

As a game writer, my goal is to craft engaging, informative, and concise articles. Whether it's diving into the latest gaming trends or writing game guides, I'm always excited to share my insights with others.

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