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Is it just me or does the T-16 skyhopper and the Lambda-class T-4a shuttle look awfully similar? What brings me to this topic is that the latter is extremely slow, while the skyhopper is very, very fast. Huh...The Awesome X!
My car has four wheels and a windshield, why can't it drive as fast as a Ferrari? – DigiFluid 00:56, March 3, 2012 (UTC)
The Skyhopper was built for agility and racing across the Dune Sea whilst the Imperial Shuttle was built for transporting a number of soldiers or officers to the surface of a planet, being heavily armoured to withstand some punishment and keep the troops inside safe. Both differ in size as well, the Skyhopper being the smaller of the two. The design is similar, but they have very different functions. MaxReebo 03:49, March 6, 2012 (UTC)