This is a silly article

This article is silly. Coming from a source other than the computer games, trading card game, novels, RPG, or manga, its content is not part of official Warcraft lore, but nevertheless has become part of the culture belonging to the World of Warcraft community.

Truck icon.png
  • Four Wheels of Fury
  • Binds when picked up
  • Requires level 80
  • Requires Riding (450)
  • Use: Teaches you how to summon this mount. This is a very fast truck.

Four Wheels of Fury is a fictional mount appearing in a commercial of Toyota, a Japanese automaker. This commercial featured World of Warcraft and was shown during an American college football game. The commercial was for the Toyota Tacoma and, the commercial featured World of Warcraft machinima. One of the most memorable lines is Four Wheels of Fury.

The events

The setting is western Azshara, with a female night elf hunter, a male dwarf warrior and a male human warlock at Talrendis Point readying themselves for battle against a dragon (using Nefarian's model) near the bridge over Southfury River. All three characters are voiced by men.

I've gone ahead and equipped my epic axe.
Night elf
Uhh, switching to explosive arrows.

The view switches to the human who starts casting a spell.

Yeah I'm gonna equip myself with a little uhh FOUR WHEELS OF FURY!

A Toyota truck appears, with the human in the driving seat.

Dwarf and night elf
Aww, no way. There's no trucks in World of Warcraft!
(as he drives towards the dragon) Let's do this!
Dwarf and night elf

The dragon grabs the truck in its jaws, throws it skywards, then swallows it whole, whilst the dwarf and night elf begin to charge. Almost immediately the dragon begins clutching at its chest. The truck bursts through the dragon's chest with what appears to be the dragon's heart.

Did you see me lay down the law? I am the lawgiver!

The video


Toyota Tacoma Commercial World of Warcraft

See also

  • Leeroy Jenkins - the human's line "Let's do this!" recalls the famous Leeroy Jenkins video.

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