Crosswise - Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Sub-group Spy Changers
Function Gravity Ninja
Partner W.A.R.S.
Motto "Lighten up!"
Alternate Modes Car
Series Transformers: Robots in Disguise
English voice actor Dan Woren
Japanese voice actor Kizatomi Nimura

Crosswise (X-Car in Japan) was the name of one of the Autobot Spy Changers. He is the science officer of the Spy Changers.

Crosswise is a quiet and mysterious Spy Changer. He's completely dedicated to the Autobot causes of peace and protection of all life. He keeps very much to himself and so not much is known about him. He is very technologically inclined. He carries a Crossblaster pistol.

The Spy Changers' science officer, X-Car is well-versed in space engineering and also helps out in the development of new machinery and maintenance of his teammates. He is equipped with a gravity beam gun with which he can control antigravity, causing all manner of objects to rise up into the air.

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