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Auger is another construction vehicle which made its first appearance in Twisted Metal III, and returning only once more in Twisted Metal 4 as a boss.

Twisted Metal III


Vehicle: Auger

Driver: Buster Cobb

Vehicle Type: Crane-cab with drill

Handling: Sluggish

Armor: 4/5

Special Weapon: 4/5

Drill: Auger has a giant drill mounted on the front that ever-so-gently impales his victims then tosses them into the air like pancakes.

Speed: 1/5

Twisted Metal 4


Auger returns in Twisted Metal 4 as Super Auger. It serves as one of the two bosses in the Oil Rig, alongside Super Slamm. It can be unlocked by completing Tournament mode or inputting ← O Δ → ↓ at the Password screen. The identity of it's driver is unknown, however many have speculated that the driver is again Buster Cobb.


Type: Crane-cab with drill

Handling: ??

Armor: ??

Speed: ??

Special Weapon: ??

Auger: Impale foes with its drill, sending them flying.


Twisted Metal 4 - Custom Car's Boss' Ending00:43

Twisted Metal 4 - Custom Car's Boss' Ending

Note: This ending is shared with all other boss vehicles of the game as well as custom vehicles.



  • Auger doesn't have any known changes from Twisted Metal III to Twisted Metal 4 besides its color.

Twisted Metal III

  • Auger is believed to have replaced Mr. Slam, as they are both construction vehicles.
  • Auger is the only TMIII original vehicle to reappear in a later game.

Twisted Metal 4

  • There could have been a possibility of the driver of Super Auger having an info screen, as Buster Cobb's TMIII info screen can be found in the game's files under the name "AUGER.TIM[0]."

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