The Rocket League Octane is the most popular used vehicle in the game. Every player is given the default color of the Octane when they install the game. This article showcases the best Octane designs that you may want to use on your own car design.
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Best Octane Rocket League Designs
Let me know in the comments which are your favorite!?
To see the animations for these designs, check out our YT video:
Default Octane Design
Since you cannot legitimately own a black octane, the default is therefore the closest to representing it. So for this design, I have gone with a darker color scheme using the classic orange and black colors.
- Body- Octane
- Decal- Biomass
- Wheels- Black Tunica
- Primary color- Orange
- Secondary color- Black
The TW Octane car is one of the most expensive items in the game, but you pay for what you get in my opinion. The white just fits with most decals and colors making your life easier when selecting a design that fits the car.
Items used in this car design:
- Body- Titanium White Octane
- Decal- Octane: Toon Sketch
- Wheels- Esoto 4R: Inverted in Titanium white
- Primary color- Purple
- Secondary color- Not shown on the car
Sky Blue Octane Design
Again, one of the more popular octane paints, this sky blue octane mixed with the interstellar provides a night sky vibe. The items used in this design are:
- Body- Sky blue Octane
- Decal- Cobalt Interstellar
- Wheels- Sky blue Pyrrhos
- Primary color- Darkest Purple (even though it looks dark blue to me)
- Secondary color- Light blue
Saffron Octane Design
Maybe not my preferred choice of color on this car but I think this is the best color combo I can find if you’re looking for a design to go with the saffron paint.
- Body- Saffron Octane
- Decal- Flash Freeze
- Wheels- Z-Plate
- Primary color- Yellow
- Secondary color- Lighter Purple
Purple Octane Design
I do like the color purple on many of my car designs but I don’t usually pick it as a paint on the car. However, I actually really like this one. The flow of the glorifier and the wheels really match up quite well. To see it in action, watch the YT video near the top of this blog.
Items used in this image:
- Body- Purple Octane
- Decal- Glorifier
- Wheels- Zowie: Infinite in purple
- Primary color- Difficult to describe but inbetween blue and cyan (I show the exact colors on my YT and instagram)
- Secondary color- Light Purple
Pink Octane Design
A fairly simple but clean octane color combination. The Luster decal is almost a plain decal besides a wavy line moving through the decal every few seconds. This made the wheel choice quite difficult as I originally wanted to use the Illuminati wheels in pink with this color combination as they showcase pink with the identical background color. I still think those wheels could work if you wanted to try them out but I decided to go with a standard fixed wheel pattern due to the Luster decal having little animation.
Body- Pink Octane
Wheels- Pink Aero Mage
Primary color- Difficult to describe again but a mix of mainly cyan and a little bit of green (check my YT or insta for exact color)
Secondary color- Light pink
Orange Octane Design
I absolutely love this orange and dark pink/purple color combination but it took me ages to find some matching wheels. I’m still not 100% confident on these wheels but I think they will do for now. If anyone can find some pink or purple wheels that are static (as the decal is static) then let me know in the comments but I have probably browsed well over 100 wheels and cannot find any that match that exact color. I am also not a fan of the shade of orange on the octane as most orange wheels do not match it either. But anyway, here are the items used:
- Body- Orange Octane
- Decal- Octane: Chantico in pink
- Wheels- Orange sunburst
- Primary color- Dark pink/purple (top right color for the orange team)
- Secondary color- Orange
Lime Octane Design
Is there a difference between the lime and saffron painted variations? Maybe I am color blind but I can’t see a difference but anyway, here is another lime/saffron color combo for you to choose from. I personally prefer this design but everyone has their own preferences.
Body- Lime Octane
Wheels- Lime Illuminata
Primary color- Green mixed with a bit of cyan (watch YT video for exact color)
Secondary color- Lime
Grey Octane Design
I honestly hate the color grey. It is like a BTEC white. However, I’m quite happy with this design. I think it is best to use a more dull/darker color mixed with the grey rather than mixing grey with a bright color.
Body- Grey Octane
Decal- Grey Mainframe
Wheels- Grey Draco
Primary color- Dull cyan
Secondary color- Grey
Forest Green Octane Design
Next up, we have the Stripple Gait with the black tunica on the forest green octane making this car have a stealthy look to it. In addition, the randomness of the lines is what makes this decal so impressive.
- Body- Forest green Octane
- Decal- Stipple Gait
- Wheels- Black Tunica
- Primary color- Green
- Secondary color- Not shown on the decal
Crimson Octane Design
Some may view this design as over the top in terms of the amount of fire but I absolutely love this. I prefer to keep the wheels the same color as the fire color on the decal. This way your design has a consistent pattern and theme to it.
Items and colors used in this image:
Body- Crimson Octane
Wheels- Titanium white FSL-B
Primary color- Red
Secondary color- White
Cobalt Octane Design
For this one, I went with a sea/ocean theme with the back of the car representing the deeper depths of the sea and the front of the car portraying slightly shallower waters. You could try going even lighter for the accent color but I think the current blue fits well with the cobalt.
Body- Cobalt Octane
Wheels- Gripstride HX: Inverted in cobalt
Primary color- Dark blue
Secondary color- Lighter blue
Burnt Sienna Octane Design
I do sometimes use the burnt sienna paint on certain wheels etc but I am not a fan of the burnt sienna paint on a car. However, the Huntress decal can accommodate almost all colors combos which is why it has recently become one of my favorite decals. I went with black as the secondary color so it does not appear on this design, but you could potentially use a lighter shade of orange to further add to this car. I like both but went with the simpler one this time.
Body- Burnt Sienna Octane
Decal- Octane: Huntress
Wheels- Black Chakram
Primary color- Orange
Secondary color- Black