Having evolved from the simple jet skis of the previous century, today's jet machines boast an incredible variety of shapes and features. In addition to bells and whistles like rear-view cameras and holographic gates, no jet machine is complete without the all-important E.P. Drive. This engine allows the Jetter to pour on the speed for spectacular boosts, soaring past their competition at just the right moment. More than that, the E.P. Drive has the ability to recharge mid-race in a variety of ways, from riding through special rings to performing mid-air tricks. How exactly does performing those tricks recharge the engine? Maybe it's the energy from the crowd!
Each jet machine has a seat for the Jetter and a platform behind them for the Shooter to stand on. These two racers work in tandem throughout the race to shoot or avoid obstacles, fight off competitors, and take the lead—by force, if necessary!
Jet machines come built for all kinds of activities, from casual cruising to maritime rescue. When it comes to racing, each model has a different specialty, be it handling, acceleration, speed, or just raw momentum. No two models in the league are the same.