- Ellipse Titan, a French hang glider
- Titan, a South Devon Railway Gorgon class 4-4-0ST steam locomotive
- Titan (rocket family)
- Titan Clydebank, a cantilever crane located in Clydebank, Scotland
- Cessna 404 Titan II, a small twin-propeller aircraft
- Chevrolet Titan, a cabover tractor-trailer truck by Chevrolet
- Floating crane Titan, a floating crane that operated in Sydney Harbour, Australia
- Leyland Titan (front engined double-decker), a chassis for double-decker buses, made from 1927 to 1970
- Leyland Titan (B15), a double-decker bus, made from 1977 to 1984
- Nissan Titan, a pickup truck
- ST Titan, a Gold Coast tugboat
- Terex Titan, the prototype of a large dump truck
- USNS Titan (T-AGOS-15), a ship in the United States Navy
- Volkswagen Titan, a truck from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
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