Despite rumors, Santa's reindeer do need breaks. So, in order to accommodate Santa's growing list of houses to visit, he has built up a garage full of sweet rides to get the jobs done while the reindeer take mandatory paid breaks (water included)! Check out these rare shots of these vehicles in action!
Santa’s New Rudolph
We really hope Santa will use a little bit of magic to make sure he, the reindeer and elves survive this one. Otherwise, the US air force is in for a lot of angry letters from nice children this year.
Santa’s Jet Rider
"Forget the other 7 reindeer," said Rudolph arrogantly as he pulled up in Santa's new swank ride "Just let my nose do the leading." I guess Rudolph finally had his chance to get back at the other reindeer this year.
Santa’s 2-Wheeled Cruiser
Warmer parts of the country may spot Santa cruising down the highway in this appropriately colored BMW motorcycle. That, or he just needs a spin around on a Christmas gift before he hands it over to the lucky nice-lister.
Santa’s Flying Bentley
With just a pinch of Santa's magic, the world of flying cars was opened to Bentley. Here santa cruises in style, and Rudolph ensures the cabin is lit properly with his upgraded nose.
Santa’s Jaguar Superplane
Santa no longer has to ensure his reindeer can last through the whole night. Jaguar fashioned him a reserve superplane that lets him get the job done if the reindeer cannot.
When the long work night finally grounds down to its final few hours, Santa may elect to afford his reindeer some much needed rest by riding this appropriately equipped bicycle. He won't even miss the reindeer!
Santa knows that if he is spotted by kids on Christmas morn, he's toast. To alleviate this pain, he holds a reserve body double to park near every house so that he can make his escape. Seen only in this blurry photo, we can tell he and Santa both get the job done.
Santa’s Suave Sleigh
Mrs. Claus loves to ride along with Santa in this beautiful ride, but Santa knows any extra room needs to be filled to the brim with presents. Maybe next year, Mrs. Claus.
Santa Has Toy Story Powers
No, Santa isn't hurt. This sad grille passenger is simply using new methods of transport in order to squeeze every last gift down our chimneys this year. Using some of the same magic Toy Story toys use to appear lifeless to children, here Santa uses this magic on an unsuspecting driver.
Santa’s Hover Fusion
Electricity courses through this hovercraft allowing Santa to zip around at near-reindeer speeds. Another one of his reserve backup rides, he prefers this one to use while the reindeer take their water breaks.
Santa’s Islander Board
Sometimes, Santa likes even more of a challenge than the night presents him. Jumping off the sleigh with a wingsuit and this board, he is able to coast through island homes and signal the reindeer to airdrop gifts like a pro.
Santa’s Fuel Saving Backup
Santa's third backup vehicle is able to travel far and wide as its solar cells charge on a yearly basis, providing the craft with a massive amount of reserve energy. Although slower than its fuel gorging brothers, Santa plans to completely switch over with some work on ironing out travel logistics.
Santa’s Dolphin Transit
It's no wonder Santa looked to these high-flying sea creatures! Using underwater gear and a bit of magic, Santa is able to travel speedily in the world's oceans while the dolphin's massive jumping height allows him to continent and chimney hop easily. This year, be sure to keep the pool uncovered!
Rudolph The Red Nosed Plane Deer
With his new pilot's license, Rudolph can now hitch Santa a ride flying high if need be! Perhaps Rudolph will retire from the Christmas job and join an airline one day…
Santa’s Sleigh Cycle
Fashioned from a boot accidentally made too large by the elves and an old gift conveyor, Santa can easily weave through narrow streets to get to houses in tightly packed urban environments.
Santa And The Subway
When time is of the essence and the reindeer are exhausted, there is but one choice remaining for Santa in NYC…the subway. With a bit of his magic, he is sure to ensure all trains run on his schedule. Supposedly, the subway turns a mysterious shade of red when Santa is near.
Made for comfort, weather protection, and high mobility, Santa employs two angelic figures to fly him through the many nooks and crannies of the world.