There are a variety of Vehicles in Freedom Fighters, ranging rom civilian to the most widely seen, Soviet.
Soviet Transport HelicopterEdit
Used to ferry troops from one point to another. It resembles the Russian Ka-27 ASW.
These are use to strafe over enemy positions, and are seen at the start of the game demolishing an apartment block in a street full of fleeing civilians, only increasing the danger that, if the Soviet troops won't kill you first, the Gunship will. It resembles the Russian Mil Mi-24 Hind.
Soviet MBT (Main Battle Tank)Edit
Seen in a large convoy at a Soviet news report at the start of the game it may overpower US Army tanks with it's emmense firepower. It resembles the Ukranian T-84. Was used in a mission as you are entering the news station.
Soviet APC (Armoured Personnel Carrier)Edit
Seen at the start of the game in the news report, these are used to fery troops across the battlefield protecting them from gunfire. It resembles the Russian BTR-80. It can also run you over and kill you if you're not careful (Even if you put the cheats on)
NYPD Police Edit
This is seen widely around the game, as it is transport for NYPD officers, although all retaliation attemps failed, the remnants of the Police banded together with the Manhattan Resistance. It resembles the 9-C1 1991 Chevrolet Caprice.
Seen around the city in traffic jams and in derelict streets it was used to transport New Yorkers about the city, now, with the Soviet Invasion, are now used for cover in firefights.
Car is based on 1991 Chevrolet Caprice.
Seen around the city at various locations, it is a generic civilian vehicle, used by US citizens prior to the Soviet invasion, many now lay abandoned in the streets as their owners cannot reach them due to the fact that they risk being shot by Soviet snipers or Soviet Patrols.
You first heal youself at an ambulance, and throught the game they are used to you advantage as they are full of Medkits.
Seen in start of game and appears in some missions, example at Brooklyn Police Station, Police officer hides behind it.