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{{multiple issues|{{Refimprove|date=February 2010}}{{Original research|date=July 2011}}{{Tone|date=January 2018}}{{inuniverse|date=January 2018}}}}This is a list of fictional vehicles in the Doctor Who media franchise.

Spacecraft

TARDIS

Vehicles of the Time Lords, capable of taking on an appearance to fit in with the local architecture. The Doctor owns the last TARDIS in N-Space, which serves as his home and mode of transportation.

Motor vehicles

Bessie

The Third Doctor's main mode of transport, during his exile on Earth, was a canary-yellow roadster. This vehicle, bearing the fictitious registration number "WHO 1", made its debut in the Third Doctor story Doctor Who and the Silurians and made its final regular appearance in the Fourth Doctor story Robot. (The legal registration number, which had to be used when the vehicle was operated on the public roadways, was "MTR 5"; for this reason, shots of the car taken on public roads do not show the registration plate.) Upon the Fourth Doctor's departure from Earth, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart had it "put into mothballs". It has reappeared in the Fifth Doctor story The Five Doctors—driven by the Third Doctor as he was 'collected' by the story's villain—the Seventh Doctor serial Battlefield (wearing the registration number "WHO 7" for this story only) and the 1993 charity special Dimensions in Time. Bessie was actually one of about 100 cars made by an inventor based in England that used Ford 103E Populars as a base, with a fibre-glass body. These kit cars were sold as 'Siva Edwardian' cars, available as both two and four seaters.weblink The current chairman of the Ford Sidevalve Owners Club has a four-seater Siva based on an early 8 hp Ford Model Y. Bessie was built for a cost of £500. It resided at the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay for a while, then in September 2017 went on permanent display at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, within the On Screen Cars exhibition.WEB,weblink Bessie comes to Beaulieu, Doctor Who News, 24 September 2017,

Whomobile

The whomobile was a two-seater enclosed hovercraft, officially known as "The Alien", first used by the Third Doctor in Invasion of the Dinosaurs and last in Planet of the Spiders. On the show, it was simply known as "the Doctor's Car," and was capable of aerial flight. The registration number was WVO 2M. It was built by Pete Farries for Pertwee in 1973. It was fully driveable and capable of reaching speeds of {{convert|105|mph|kph|abbr=on}} on public roads. The car was auctioned in the 1980s for £1700 ({{inflation|UK|1700|start_year=1980|fmt=eq|cursign=£}}).WEB,weblink BBC - Nottingham Features - The man behind Doctor Who's car, December 2003, www.bbc.co.uk, 6 April 2018,

Flying vehicles

Valiant

(File:Sound of Drums.jpg|right|thumb|A rift opens above the Valiant)The Valiant was a UNIT controlled airborne aircraft carrier. It was designed in part by the Master in the guise of Harold Saxon, then the British Minister of Defence. It is also equipped with a scaled down version of the Torchwood weapon that destroyed the Sycorax ship in "The Christmas Invasion".BBC – Doctor Who – Episodes – Series Four however, since it is mounted on the ship's underbelly, it can only fire at surface targets.

Utopia rocket

This rocket was created by "Professor Yana" at the beginning of the event collapse to convey the last of the human race to the fabled Utopia.WEB,weblink BBC production artwork, 2007-09-25,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20080502152733weblink">weblink 2008-05-02, yes,

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