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Turbo Man is a Robot Master from the game Mega Man 7, where he appears as a boss. He was actually made from one of Doctor Wily's old cars. His weapon, the Scorch Wheel, has him create a ring of fireballs with oil, although it does have to come from his fuel supply. He is the first Robot Master to not have a humanoid design.
Turbo Man is often described as being quick on his feet, with a love of straight stretches, and loves to drive down them with his stereo blaring at maximum volume, although Burst Man and Punk displease him, the reason being that Punk can destroy Turbo Man's tires with his spikes and Turbo Man could lose his traction if Burst Man slicks the road with his fluids.
Turbo Man is a green and cyan sapient car, with a humanoid head in front of the exhaust pipes, which are purple. He has red eyes and wears goggles. A white mask covers his mouth, and on his head is a cyan racing helmet. His hub caps are red.
Mega Man 7
Turbo Man begins his fight by firing the Scorch Wheel, which travels on the ground and breaks into four fireballs that land in random spots around Turbo Man's arena. He can also drive around the room in an attack called "Crash Drive", an attack that Mega Man can dodge if he jumps, although it would fling his body into the wall and hurt him should the Blue Bomber and Turbo Man collide. If he gets shocked with the Lightning Bolt's thunderbolts, Turbo Man will immediately use his Crash Drive three times in retaliation despite not taking damage. Turbo Man is weak to the Noise Crush. Mega Man can have an advantage by using the Super Adaptor.
- Turbo Man is the only Robot Master from Mega Man 7: Showdown Of Destiny! to have no hands, although his nature as a car justifies that.
- Turbo Man's weakness to the Noise Crush can reference how mufflers can affect automobile engines.
- The Japanese version of the game calls Turbo Man's weapon "Burning Wheel".
- Turbo Man can be defeated in one hit even before his battle begins by firing a Noise Crush into his room before the fight begins. It will strike an area about two metres above Turbo Man's wheels, killing him in one hit and making his fight an automatic victory for Mega Man.