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- Not to be confused with Landrock Van 1500.
- ❝ A medium-sized work van.❞
- ―In-game description in Watch Dogs.
The Landrock Van 2500 takes a resemblance to the fourth generation Ford E-Series, as shown on much of the overall design, including the sides and rear fascia. The front fascia is a mix between each facelift to the E-Series of that same generation, the front bumper is taken from the 2003-2007 models, while the grille and headlight clusters were derived from the 2008-Present models, while the shape of the headlights are much similar to the 1992-2007 models, albeit being enlarged. The grille design appears to be reused from the Van Doorn Atlus 3.8L, a multi-stop truck from Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco, the only differences between the two vans are the ones found on the Van 2500 extends forwards, and has portions with curvier lines. The rear taillights are derived from the fourth generation RAM Pickup.
The Landrock Van 2500 is the successor to the Landrock Van 1500, having a narrower profile and a modern appearance. Depending on each version, the Van 2500 may appear with an extra material on the roof rack. In Watch Dogs 2, there are examples of older, vandalized versions and ones operated by different companies and businesses. While the 1500 is more of a civilian vehicle, the 2500 serves as a utility vehicle.
The Landrock Van 2500 is slow, but has a fair durability, making it a suitable vehicle to hide in, in Online Hacking. It performs similarly to its older counterpart, but having a lower top speed in exchange of a better acceleration. In Watch Dogs 2, both the Landrock Van 2500 and the Relegater share the same engine noise.
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- WKZ TV Landrock Van 2500: The WKZ TV utilizes a fleet of Van 2500s for news broadcasting. These are fitted with a TV antenna on the roof. In Watch Dogs 2, the rear beacons act like taillights.
- CTOS Landrock Van 2500: The CTOS uses the Van 2500 as their fleet vehicle. It has a white color scheme with black markings, and will spawn around uncontrolled CtOS Control Centers, as well as Blume's Chicago headquarters. This variant is taller and faster than the standard variant. In Watch Dogs 2, these are marked with a telephone number, suggesting these are now able to provide technical services to any residence.
- Ambulance: The emergency variant of the Van 2500, featuring red and white lights, and sirens.
- Cube Truck: The cutaway variant of the Van 2500, appearing in Watch Dogs 2, it features a box in the back.
- Ambulette Landrock Van 2500: Exclusive to Watch Dogs 2, a special ambulette variant of the Van 2500 will appear in the story mode mission $911, tasked to be stolen and delivered to a drop-off point. This variant has a red/white color, San Francisco Engine Co. emblems on the doors, "AMBULANCE" on the sides, a red/white LED light bar on the roof and sirens from the Ambulance.
- New Dawn Landrock Van 2500: Exclusive to Watch Dogs 2, the Church of the New Dawn uses the Van 2500 as their gang vehicle.
- "Snoops": Exclusive to Watch Dogs 2, the DedSec utilizes a white-and-black Van 2500 as their surveillance vehicle, equipped with a similar equipment to the WKZ TV variant and has NetHack View that can be activated by pressing the horn. This variant may be inspired by the actual SFPD Ford E-350, minus the surveillance equipment.
Watch Dogs 2
- The civilian variant is available for free on the Car On Demand app.
- Can be found in Parker Square and Brandon Docks.
- The WKZ TV variant can be found in The Loop and Mad Mile.
- The CTOS variant can be found in The Wards and Pawnee (specifically on Blume Corporation HQ). It is also found on every uncontrolled CTOS Control Centers.
Watch Dogs 2
- The civilian variant can be purchased from Total Motors car dealership for $7,500.
- Quite common around the entire map, often operated by certain businesses.
- The WKZ TV variant are rather common around the city.
- The CTOS variant are quite common and can be seen either parked or being driven on streets.
- The New Dawn variant spawn only near the New Dawn Temple.
- Unlike some vans in real life, the Landrock Van 2500 does not feature a back-up beeper.
- The Landrock Van 2500 has made several other appearances in multiple games by Ubisoft:
- The Landrock Van 2500 appears in The Crew and its sequel The Crew 2, both were depicted as traffic vehicles, however, there were some changes. The front and rear bumpers were plastic, rather than chrome. The taillights were different compared to the original WD1 and WD2 counterparts. It also features different wheels, while lacking side indicators on the rear-view mirrors. On the rear barn doors of the van, it lacks a plate holder, resulting the rear license plate being placed differently and has exposed door handles.
- A van resembling the Landrock Van 2500 appears in Tom Clancy's The Division, however, the front fascia has been redesigned to resembles the 2012-present Nissan NV, while the rest of the bodywork remains similar to the Ford E-Series. The same model from The Division is also reused in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, via the game's downloadable content maps.
- An another van resembling the Landrock Van 2500 appears in Tom Clancy's The Division 2, this time, the overall design is somehow resembles more closely to the actual 2008-2014 Ford E-Series.
- The Landrock Van 2500 appears as a driveable vehicle in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, simply named as the "Landrock 2500" in the game. The Landrock 2500 in Ghost Recon Wildlands depicts to be a much older model, resembling more to the 1992-1996 Ford E-Series. It is available either a cargo van or a passenger van through the gameplay.
- The Landrock Van 2500 also appears as a driveable vehicle in Far Cry 5, rebadged as the Hierarch V200. Despite the model year is revealed to be 2010, the V200 adopts an older design, it resembles the 1997-2002 Ford E-Series.
- If the player owns the Doomsday Prepper Pack DLC in the same game, they will be received a Hierarch V200 with an unique paintjob, known as the Doomsday Prepper Van.