The "Converted Moto-Terminator" was originally patrolling on the road somewhere nearby the Tech-Com base. It got attention of the sound from "You Could Be Mine" from a boombox placed in the middle of the road by John Connor.
The Moto-Terminator immediately headed for the source of the sound in high speed, only to meet an accident due to the trap set up by John Connor with a thick rope.
Upon seeing the Moto-Terminator downed, John quickly came to its side and grabbed it. John removed its optical sensor and used a device to override its program successfully.
John rode the Moto-Terminator to the ruin of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and possibly abandoned it there since the bridge was no longer for any vehicle running on it.
Later, the Moto-Terminator's optical sensor was used by John Connor to access the control panel on a door in Skynet Central to unlock the door.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- In novelization, Barnes used his boombox alongside John Connor to capture and reprogram the Moto-Terminator.
Merchandise[edit | edit source]
- Moto-Terminator with John Connor (6-inch Action Figures, 2009)
- A 6" figure of the vehicle seen in the film with 2 pop-out guns with missile launchers. Includes a 3/4" scale John Connor that can drive that bike. The Moto-Terminator's control panel is convertible between Skynet mode and Resistance mode.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Terminator Salvation franchise