The vehicles featured in this list do not have enough information to justify an article, mainly due to lack of relevance, but are still notable. Throughout the series, several characters have their own unique vehicles, some of which have appeared in various covers and video games.
A ship sailing on the Atlantic Ocean, headed to America. Jonathan and Erina board the ship for their honeymoon. It is infiltrated by Dio Brando and Wang Chan who turns the majority of passengers into zombies. The ship eventually explodes, with no survivors aside from Erina, a baby, and Dio.
A "Zuom" car owned by a driver who yells at Joseph to get out of the way. Joseph forces him to drive them to a downtown New York Italian restaurant. In the anime, the man is changed to an actual taxi driver and his car has a taxi sign.
A cruiser found off the coast of the Canary Islands, on the Atlantic Ocean. It is here that, 100 years ago, the VampireDIO was imprisoned at the bottom of the ocean. A group of treasure hunters retrieve the coffin in which DIO was stuck and free the Vampire.
A massive freighter which is in reality a small, old ship which has the stand Strength bound to it, allowing Forever complete control over it. When Forever is defeated it turns back into the original ship that the stand was bound to.
A car that was driven across Northern India to the border of Pakistan. They border the Himalayas and thus the landscape is very mountainous with winding roads and dangerous crevices. The Joestar Group is harrassed by Wheel of Fortune on the way to Pakistan.
A submarine Avdol bought under the guise of a rich Arab so that the Joestar Group could cross the Red Sea unnoticed and reach Egypt. Unfortunately, High Priestess invaded the submarine and damaged it, forcing the Group to evacuate the submarine. It subsequently sank to the bottom of the sea.
A helicopter of the Speedwagon Foundation. When the heroes arrive in Egypt, they receive the visit of two Speedwagon Foundation agents who bring them supplies and Iggy with this helicopter. Later, Geb attacks it and makes it crash by killing the pilots.
When night falls in Cairo, Joseph Joestar buys this pickup truck from a random Egyptian citizen so that he and Kakyoin can flee from DIO. It crashes when Wilson Phillips is thrown into the vehicle's cabin, making Joseph lose control of the vehicle.
A road roller lying somewhere in Cairo. DIO uses it in the final battle by stopping time and jumping high in the sky with it to land on Jotaro, attempting to crush him with it. The road roller remains a fairly iconic item of the series and is often associated with DIO.
A usedKawasaki Zephyr (written Zophyr in the manga) motorcycle belonging to Okuyasu Nijimura. When Josuke, Koichi, Jotaro and Okuyasu try to meet away from electrical sources, Okuyasu arrives on this bike. However, Red Hot Chili Pepper hid in the bike's battery, allowing it to eavesdrop on the heroes' conversation. Red Hot Chili Pepper tries to flee on the bike but Okuyasu catches up to it and destroys it.
A remote controlled plane resembling a Supermarine Spitfire which Akira Otoishi planned to use to get his Stand Red Hot Chili Pepper to Joseph Joestar's boat in three minutes. It can go as fast as 150kmph.
An express train to Florence via Rome. Team Bucciarati board it, hidden in Coco Jumbo. However, Prosciutto and Pesci attack it to find Trish. It is temporarily stopped during the fight and Team Bucciarati leaves. Melone boards it to find a suitable mother for his Baby Face and the train does arrive in Rome.
A car owned by Romeo Jisso. It is partially damaged when he crashes into a man. Romeo and Jolyne hide the corpse in the trunk, and Romeo promises to hide the car somewhere but it is found by the police, with evidence against Jolyne planted inside. The car resembles an Alfa Romeo GTV.
Several airboats stationed in the swamps surrounding Green Dolphin Street Prison. Some are equipped with a machine gun, as they are used by the guards to patrol the area in case someone tries to escape through the swamp. Jolyne and Anasui also use one of the airboats.
The motorcycle which resembles a Bimota KB2 on which Rikiel arrives to meet Jolyne. Later on in the fight Rikiel uses the motorcycle's gas to light himself on fire. Jolyne later steals it to travel to the hospital to continue pursuing Pucci.
Flight 2862 (2862便, 2862-Ben) is a commercial flight that dates from July 21st, 2005. It was a London-Dallas flight but it suffered from a fuel problem above Florida. The plane crashed at 09:33 PM, leaving only two survivors in the 51D and 51F seats. Its memory is conjured by Donatello Versus with Under World to trap Jolyne and Ermes.
A fighter jet that was flying above Florida. It suffered from a mechanical failure or was hit in the back. It crashed before the pilot could eject because the button malfunctioned. Donatello Versus conjures its memory with Under World to trap Jolyne.
An automobile. This machine is actually cutting edge technology in the 1890s and Baron Roocatugo thought he could compete in a cross-continental horserace with it. However, he discovers that this vehicle consumes one liter of gas per 400 meters, making it impossible to properly compete as it runs out of gas mere minutes after the start of the race.
Hot air balloons are used during the Steel Ball Run race to follow the racers. Their number is unknown, but a presidential aide indicates that 36 of them were used during the 4th stage. Officially, it is to watch over the racers and ensure their security. However, Valentine also uses them to spy on Johnny and Gyro. Because of the gas consumption, they go to ground when night falls and cannot advance against the wind. This makes the balloons an unreliable way to spy on the heroes.
When he is hit by Tusk ACT4's Super Spin, Funny Valentine escapes into a parallel world and tries to hop on a passing carriage to escape the point where is stuck. Unfortunately for him, the Spin opens up the carriage and drags Valentine back to the point he started.
At the end of the 8th stage of the Steel Ball Run (race), all participants wll board specially prepared boats to cross the Hudson Bay from Union Beach to Brooklyn. The boats are deliberately slowed so that the crossing lasts 2 hours, enough time for the horses to recover a bit for the ninth stage.
A convertible car of the chauffeur that Lucy Steel and Joseph Joestar use to travel to the Morioh Hunting Grounds. Later, Joseph uses his Stand to start the car and ram it into Radio Gaga, causing it to break off and flee.
A stolen pickup truck used by Jodio Joestar and Dragona Joestar to transport drugs hidden in two surfing boards. The siblings are pulled over by two policemen for driving unsteadily, leading to an altercation between them. Afterwards, Dragona uses their Stand to alter the license plate.
A police patrol car used by two policemen to pull over Jodio Joestar and Dragona Joestar for driving unsteadily. After subduing the officers, Jodio lights the car on fire to erase the on-board camera data. The car is seen exploding as they drive away. It costs $90 to rent it for a day.
A rented car Jodio's group use to drive around Hawai'i Island to reach the villa. Usagi assures his crew that it is safe because the rental company doesn't install cameras onboard nor to they monitor the car's whereabouts.
Mitsuki Murase's car. Equipped with a GPS recorder which Mitsuki fears will show her husband that she had been out of town. It is wrecked when an Eco-Terrorist hidden in the rear kills Mitsuki and it goes out of the road.
A car that 22nd Man drives in. Later, during his confrontation with Ikuro, 22nd Man tries to escape in the car after realizing Ikuro's powers, but he ends up having his face melted by Ikuro, crashing the car.
The helicopter gains more significance in the OVA, where Dordo tries shooting down Baoh from the helicopter. However, Baoh deflects one of Dordo's explosive bullets back at the helicopter, causing it to explode with Dordo in it.
An old motorcycle belonging to Rokusuke, whose third son rebuilt it long ago. Rokusuke offers Ikuro the motorcycle, who uses it to travel to a nearby bookstore. Later, during his second confrontation with Dordo, Ikuro uses the motorcycle to shield himself against Dordo's shots, destroying it.
A speeding train. When Aya gets her foot stuck in the train tracks and Ikuro sees the train coming towards her, he sees it as an opportunity to see if he can control his power by himself. Just as the train is about to hit Ikuro and Aya, Ikuro manages to use the Baoh Meltedin Palm Phenomenon to melt the track, and pull her out in time.
Star Shooter (スターシューター, Sutā Shūtā) is initially a plane that George Joestar II builds when he is 16 years old using parts from the Motorizing 5 plane. It isn't completely finished yet, so George isn't able to fly it and compares it to a kite. Antonio Torres ends up using it to frame George by tying the plane to a corpse.
When George joins the Royal Air Force later, he makes modifications to a seaplane and names it Star Shooter as well. It notably has a star symbol on the side. Its tail loses its wings in battle and George is forced to make a crash landing, leaving it behind in the North Sea.
H.G. Wells (HGウェルズ, HG Weruzu) is the American spaceship launched by NASA and lead by Captain and former President Funnier Valentine to travel to Mars' undiscovered "third moon". Jorge Joestar and Narancia Ghirga later board it to Mars with the help of Tsukumojuku Kato. It is spherical in shape with a diameter of about ten meters. A pair of two meter tall cylinders on both sides of the ship houses a dock with an airlock system that can connect with other ships as well as an emergency escape route. It is also equipped with space pods.
The Derringer (デリンジャー, Derinja) is a space freighter appearing in the one-shot Say Hi to Virginia. The ship is able to be manned by a crew of three and automatically piloted by a main computer. It is equipped with one escape pod, though the pod is destroyed near the beginning of the story.