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Groovy Taxi

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Groovy Taxi
Groovy Taxi.png
Vehicle information
Pilot PJ
Number 38
Creator PJ
Engine CY94-H2x2+NG-C32x2
Vehicle statistics
Weight 1280kg
Body B
Boost D
Grip B
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The Groovy Taxi is PJ's racing machine in F-Zero GX and F-Zero AX. It is a modified interplanetary taxi, capable of seating four, and has a meter like other taxis that calculate the fare after a race has ended. Its body and grip are above-average, but because reckless driving isn't tolerated in the taxi industry, its boost is below-average.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

F-Zero GX / AX[edit]

In F-Zero AX, PJ and the Groovy Taxi are available from the start. In F-Zero GX, they become available for purchase after the player has cleared chapter 9 in Story mode on Very Hard difficulty. The Groovy Taxi is available to use in four colors: Yellow (default), pink, green, and blue.

Groovy Taxi.png Groovy Taxi
Body Boost Grip
Made by Engine Weight
PJ CY94-H2x2+NG-C32x2 1280kg
The machine was renovated from an ordinary interplanetary taxi. Even though the cockpit seats four, this machine's grip rating is high, making it very easy to control. However, reckless driving isn't tolerated in the taxi industry, and so naturally the Groovy Taxi lacks superior boost capability. The machine has a meter in it like any other taxi, and calculates the fare for each race when finished.



  • The Groovy Taxi is one of three machines having two different makes of engines built into the machine. The others being the Deep Claw and the Blood Hawk.
    • Out of the three, it's the only machine to have a base color that isn't red.
  • The license plate on the front and back of the Groovy Taxi reference two gaming companies that made F-Zero GX.
    • The 152 on the plate number references Nintendo EAD. Translating the letters to numbers; E=1, A=5, D=2.
    • Above the plate number is AV referencing Amusement Vision.
  • The Groovy Taxi could be a reference to Sega's Crazy Taxi as Sega helped Nintendo develop F-Zero GX.
Racer #37
Racer #38
Groovy Taxi
Racer #39
Machines of F-Zero