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Motorized is a battery-operated toy system manufactured by Fisher-Price, Mattel in the US and was launched in 2020. It is a rebrand of the 2014 TrackMaster line and is virtually identical to it, although with new products being released alongside re-released older ones and an aim to be more simplistic.


(For any product, one asterisk (*) means it is a rerelease from the 2014-2020 TrackMaster range, possibly with small differences.)


Many more engines will also be released.

Non-Rail Vehicles


  • Bulstrode (sold only in Talking Thomas and Percy Train Set and All Around Sodor Deluxe Set)
  • Kevin*
  • Flynn*

Talking Engines


  • Thomas (sold only in Talking Thomas and Percy Train Set and All Around Sodor Deluxe Set)
  • Percy (sold only in Talking Thomas and Percy Train Set and All Around Sodor Deluxe Set)

Celebration and Storybook


  • Thomas*
  • James*
  • Percy*
  • Nia*

These engines all have a metallic finish and are available with and without a storybook.


Model Original Release Year Item Number Notes
Golden Thomas* 2020
Thomas, Annie and Clarabel 2020
Duchess and the Royal Train 2020
Kenji and his coaches 2020
Masked Monkey Thomas 2020 Comes with Monkey figure
Masked Panda Percy 2020 Comes with Panda figure
Masked Lion James 2020 Comes with Lion figure
Masked Elephant Gordon 2020 Comes with Elephant figure




Model Original Release Year Item Number Notes
Talking Thomas and Percy Train Set June 2020[1] Originally called "Day Out on Sodor Set"
3-in-1 Package Pickup Set* 2020
Percy 6-in-1 Set* 2020 The original 2018 TrackMaster release was called the 6-in-1 Builder Set
Walking Bridge Set 2020 Based on The Inventor's Spectacular Bridge
Mad Dash On Sodor Set* 2020 Originally released in 2014
Animal Park Monkey Adventure Set 2020 Based on Thomas' Animal Friends
All Around Sodor Deluxe Set 2020 A combination of "Talking Thomas and Percy Train Set", "Cranky Crane", and "Windmill"


  • Some changes are made from the TrackMaster line:
    • Annie and Clarabel are longer than the TrackMaster versions of them released in 2016; they now resemble the original TrackMaster designs slightly more. Aside from molded faces, the two also have molded seats and undercarriage detail. Despite this, the versions included in the 3-in-1 Package Pickup Set remain unchanged.
    • The talking models of Thomas and Percy have rivets and handrails to match their current renders in the series, their numbers have also increased in size. These models also feature working Lamps and are more proportionally accurate, and have large red buttons on their cab roofs. Joseph May and Christopher Ragland also provide the voice clips of the US releases.
    • The engine's pupils are now painted rather than printed.
    • The Troublesome Trucks now have moulded plastic faces rather than printed or sticker faces and their bodies changed shape, with external rivets and a moulded wooden floor. Much like the cars from the Plarail Thomas and Nia and Ace Go! Go! Adventure Set, the redesigned Troublesome Trucks wobble and sway when they move, mimicking the bouncing action prominently seen in the reboot.
  • Duchess' coach is the same style as the 2014 TrackMaster line before the Motorized redesign, possibly because she was designed for the TrackMaster line before the switch to Motorized. She also has oval buffers like the real members of her class, whereas she has circular buffers in the series.
  • Kenji comes with two coaches, despite the fact that he was only accompanied by one in the series.
  • Kenji's prototype depicts him with coupling rods and grey wheels on him and his coaches with blue frames. The final release lacks the coupling rods and depicts him and his coaches with black wheels and frames. Ultimately, as his model was designed with coupling rods in mind, his wheels are exposed more than they are in real life.
    • Kenji's prototype also depicts him and his coaches with blue stripes across his windows and his roof like his basis but absent from his CGI render and his final release; this may have been part of his original design.
  • The Walking Bridge only has room for a single-unit engine. Tender engines or a single unit pulling any rolling stock will not fit. This heavily contradicts the Walking Bridge's size in the series, where it was able to perfectly fit both Toby and Henrietta.

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