The Golden Fox as it appeared in F-Zero GX
|Manufactured by||Kevin Stewart|
|First Appeared||F-Zero SNES|
|Later Appeared|| F-Zero X|
F-Zero GP Legend
The Golden Fox is the machine driven by Dr. Stewart, which was originally constructed by his late father, Kevin Stewart. Kevin had fashioned the machine in such a way that it completely leaned on acceleration with a remarkable max speed count. However, this greatly cripples the overall handling that the Golden Fox could have possessed and makes it nearly impossible to clear tight corners and handle consistent boosting(unless you've mastered all of the basic racing techniques, as Dr. Stewart has). Ever since it was passed down to him by his father, Stewart has constantly been making upgrades and adjustments to the machine's internal and external structural integrity, upping it's potential and strengthening safety protocol.
 F-Zero SNES
In the very first installment in which the Golden Fox machine officially appeared, it was one of the most trickiest machines on the track due to it's maxed-out acceleration always bumping it to the head of the pack almost instantly and in every possible race. The only downside is that this particular machine is terribly easy to knock to one side without your own machine getting too jarred itself.
 F-Zero X
In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, the Golden Fox's original design surprisingly didn't shift as noticably as the Blue Falcon and Fire Stingray did. It's sleek, pointed shape remained consistent come this 3D-rendered installment, with only a slight amount of length added to it's dominant body shape.
 F-Zero GX
In the most recent console-based installment of this series, Dr. Stewart's Golden Fox returns with an enhanced appearance that barely shifted from F-Zero X. Although it is worthy of mentioning that the sketchy grip and body stat of this machine appears to have slightly improved in comparison to the last two installments in the series.
 F-Zero Climax
In the most recent portable console-based title, the Golden Fox once again hit rock bottom in terms of grip, being nearly impossible to calmly control at top speed and easily destroyed when facing heavier machines such as the Wild Boar.