For other inanimate objects, see Notable Props.

In order of first appearance (and excluding horses etc. with only riders):

Pre-Rash Edit

Gunnars Ship
(arc 1 page 6 (link to SSSS)) When Dalsnes' only road got blocked shortly before the arrival of the Rash, Gunnar and his ship kept up the settlement's supply line, including transport of the occasional cat-toting gun-savvy granny.
The BornholmerFærgen
(arc 1 page 12 (link to SSSS)) Signes workplace, taking her and Michael to Bornholm when Denmark stopped all further ship traffic.
Train at the Mikkeli station
(arc 1 page 24 (link to SSSS)) Aino took the train to Mikkeli, where her sister Kaino picked her up.
Hotakainen and Hollola cars
(arc 1 page 24 (link to SSSS), plate "... 658", and arc 1 page 27 (link to SSSS)) After the two families converged at the Lumilintu (see below), the cars were left behind.
The Lumilintu
(arc 1 page 27 (link to SSSS); Finnish for "snow bird") A small ship supposedly designed by its owner Eino, a "freelance boat painter", with a bird theme. He and his wife Tuuli are survivalists, hence the Lumilintu being equipped with extras and supplies, as well as the entire group of six setting out aboard it at the first sign of the Rash being a major problem.
The Västerström car
(arc 1 page 36 (link to SSSS), plate "FUL-652") Similar to the Hotakainens and Hollolas in Finland, the Swedish Västerström family reacted to the news of the Rash starting to sweep up their nation by retreating to a less populated area - in their case, the family's cabin, and driving there in a car.
V/S Þór
(arc 1 page 48 (link to SSSS))
For the main page on this topic, see V/S Þór.
Unnamed refugee ship
(arc 1 page 49 (link to SSSS)) An unknown number of refugees from unknown origin steered the ship towards Iceland, and was intercepted and sunk by the V/S Þór (above).

Post-Rash Edit

Icelandic electric tractor
(arc 1 page 56 (link to SSSS)) Parked in the streets of Reykjavík in the first post-Rash scene; means of propulsion stated by Word of God.
The Paddlewheeler
(technically, arc 1 page 69 (link to SSSS))
For the main page on this topic, see The Paddlewheeler.
Timber barges at Pori
(arc 1 page 89 (link to SSSS)) After cleansing, a certain amount of forestry is being done around Pori, and the timber harvested is loaded onto the Timbercruiser for cleaning in Denmark and sale to Iceland. Since the Timbercruiser is too large to enter the waterway to Keuruu, the timber is brought to roadstead by numerous barges.
The Timbercruiser
(arc 1 page 91 (link to SSSS))
For the main page on this topic, see The Timbercruiser.
The Mora-Björköfjärden train
(technically, arc 1 page 95 (link to SSSS)) Traveling through a region considerably less dangerous than the Dalahästen's line, this train sports a lot less armor and defenses. At least a part of the tracks has an additional layer of protection in the form of an electrified fence.
Various elevators
(arc 1 page 98 (link to SSSS)) Elevators are being used both for passengers (e.g., in the Björköfjärden terminal) and freight (a lot of them on the Öresundsbro base). None of the technical details are known, but given the abundance of electricity, they should be largely similar to pre-Rash designs.
The moving sidewalk in Mora
(arc 1 page 125 (link to SSSS)) - not quite a vehicle, but still ...
Dala horse carts in Mora
(arc 1 page 127 (link to SSSS)) Reusing the iconic concept of Dala horses, these carts seem to serve as taxis in Mora, a number of them waiting in front of the interior entrance of the decontamination facility.
Trade boats on lake Saimaa
(only implied on arc 1 page 129 (link to SSSS))
A (Western style) wheelbarrow
(arc 1 page 139 (link to SSSS)) Used by the team to transport expedition equipment from the Mora HQ to the Öresundsbro base (with a little help from the Dalahästen).
The Dalahästen and other Sveavägen line trains
(arc 1 page 142 (link to SSSS); it is assumed that there is at least one current Baggen type train among them)
For the main page on this topic, see Dalahästen.
The Hjorten
(arc 1 page 145 (link to SSSS)) An early train design used on the Dalahästens line - until its design was terminally proven too insecure.
Dragon longboats
(arc 1 page 177 (link to SSSS)) Apparently the standard issue seafaring ship in the year 90.
The Cat-Tank
(technically, arc 1 page 179 (link to SSSS))
For the main page on this topic, see The Cat-tank.
Danish armored vehicle fleet (and the Ratmobile)
(arc 1 page 185 (link to SSSS)) An assortment of tracked and wheeled vehicles in storage at the Öresundsbro base, supposedly all armed and with a closed armored hull - except for the open wooden ratmobile, which desintegrated on its own shortly after its introduction.
Flat trolleys
(arc 1 page 187 (link to SSSS)) Used at the Öresundsbro base to haul wooden crates - the post-Rash equivalent of containers, it seems - around. Apart from changing levels with elevators, they are not motorized.
Destroyed tanks at Kastrup
(arc 1 page 221 (link to SSSS)) These vehicles seem to be even heavier, with larger guns and more pronounced armor, than those stockpiled at the Öresundsbro base for future military campaigns.
Abandoned cars in Kastrup
(arc 1 page 231 (link to SSSS), plate "BK 61 215") The suburb of Kastrup seems to have been changed into an improvised fortress when the Rash hit, with barbed-wire-topped chainlink fence around and cars parked inside (which could have been used to run down the fence if it had been a quarantine camp instead).
The Túnfiskurinn (Icelandic "The Tuna Fish")
(arc 1 page 282 (link to SSSS)) The ship of captain Ása Harðardóttir, who gets blackmailed into delivering replacement ration crates to the expedition by Trond. The actual purpose of the ship, beyond delivering vttles to Bornholm, is unclear; it seems to lack derricks to serve as an actual trawler, despite its name.
The "snake car"
(arc 1 page 378 (link to SSSS)) When the basculing parts of the Knippelsbro collapsed, the two trailers of a truck standing above that segment formed a "V"-shaped "bridge" between the two sides, the tractor having somehow been tipped over and thus out of the way when Lalli had Tuuri drive the Cat-Tank over it. Small remaining "spikes" seem to indicate that the trailers weren't flatbeds, but originally had side panels.
Copenhagen railroad cars
"Floffy" the sjødraug lived inside a railroad car in a flooded trench (link to SSSS) off the Northeast end of Copenhagens central station. They later passed through the switchyard Southwest of the station, which, interesting enough, did not contain any trains we could see.
Abandoned cars on the Copenhagen motorways
While on their way out of Copenhagen, the expedition reaches a motorway crossing (likely the crossing of Frederikssundmotorvejen (17) and Nordre Ringvej (O3)) with a traffic jam on the Westbound lanes (link to SSSS).
Various other abandoned cars
Wheelbarrows in the Commerce Center
In the shop that Mikkel sends Emil and Lalli to (link to SSSS), there is a row of wheelbarrows that were for sale back in Y0. One of those turns into the cat-tank's replacement.