Brought to life by the creative energies of the Allspark, Jolt sought the guidance of Barricade in the fine art of being a Decepticon. Barricade proceeded to beat poor Jolt senseless, and that creep Frenzy slashed his tires. That was the only lesson he got... and he clearly got the message.
- Jolt (Deluxe, 2008)
- Accessories: Missile launcher, flame missile, Planet X-type Cyber Planet Key
- A Wal-Mart-exclusive redeco of Cybertron Crosswise, Jolt transforms into a Bugatti EB 15.4 Veyron sports car. The spoiler is a spring-loaded missile launcher that can fire a transluscent blue flame-shaped projectile. Plugging a Cyber Planet Key in his tailgate makes a pair of missile racks pop up from the engine bay and flip over onto his roof. He comes with a purple Planet X-type Cyber Planet Key.
- Jolt's upper legs are switched in the package, but this is easily fixed by popping them off their respective balljoints and swapping them.
- This mold was also used for Cybertron Smokescreen and was retooled into the BotCon 2008-exclusive Timelines Jazz and Ricochet.
- According to Hasbro designer Joe Kyde's design notes on Hasbro's Transformers website, Jolt was originally made as a Road Hugger homage. The name could not be secured, so that he got to be a Jolt homage, too.
- Jolt has a regular Decepticon insignia on both his hood and Cyber Key rather than a movie-styled one.
- Unlike the Autobot who happens to share the name, Jolt never appeared in the movie.