Diestro Rocket League Car- Designs, Prices & Details
The Rocket League Diestro is an import car that was released in February 2019 within the Ferocity crate.
On this page, find out about the Diestro’s prices, benefits, cool Diestro car designs, how to get the Diestro car, and more.
Rocket League Diestro Designs
Need some awesome car designs for your Diestro vehicle? We have created 4 cool designs for you to copy or take inspiration from. The default Diestro makes up 1 design and for the others, we selected the 3 most popular paints for this vehicle at this current time.
Vote for your favorite design below!
Default Diestro Design
TW Diestro Design
Items used in this car design:
- Body- Titanium white Diestro
- Decal- Diestro: Rico
- Wheels- Titanium white Chauffeur
- Primary color- Orange
- Secondary color- White
Sky Blue Diestro Design
Crimson Diestro Design
Items used in this car design:
- Body- Crimson Diestro
- Decal- Crimson SYNgineer
- Wheels- Crimson Hikari P5: Infinite
- Primary color- Dark purple
- Secondary color- Light blue
Rocket League Diestro Prices
The link above takes you through to Aoeah which showcases the Diestro Rocket League prices on all platforms and all available paints. These prices are not rounded up or down and are updated daily meaning you get the most accurate pricing compared to other RL pricing platforms.
Painted Diestro Cars
The Diestro Rocket League car is available in all possible paints besides black. Titanium white, Sky Blue, and Crimson are the most popular colors. All paints have maintained a relatively stable price over the last 2 years. This could mean you are unlikely to lose value in the paint you select if you were to sell it in the future (no guarantee).
Cool Fact! If you bought the tw Diestro in August and September 2019 at its trading value (200 credits) and you were to sell it in October 2022 then you will have tripled your credits.
Rocket League Diestro Hitbox
Which vehicles have the same hitbox as the Diestro?
Benefits & Drawbacks of using the Diestro Vehicle
Even though the Diestro has the same hitbox as the Dominus, the general feel of each car is slightly different. Vehicles that share the same hitbox will always have similar drawbacks and benefits but they are generally 1/2 differences. This could be due to its turning radius, just mentally using a different car, and more.
The benefits of using the Diestro Rocket League car were that it feels amazing to dribble with. Having the ball on top of your car feels so much at ease compared to many other vehicles. Another benefit includes flying backward. Compared to other vehicles, you should notice a lot more control when flying backward in the air. This is surprisingly a fairly common skill that players need to execute during in-game situations. For example turning your vehicle mid-air when shooting off the backboard or going into mid-air challenges as the front and back of your car are stronger that the underside.
All vehicles come with drawbacks. A noticeable drawback with the Diestro compared to the Dominus was its turning radius. It felt a bit slower to turn the car into position.