|This article is about a/an companion/ally who doubles as a mecha vehicle in Mashin Sentai Kiramager.|
Mashin Mach (マシン マッハ Mashin Mahha), initially the Green Kiramai Stone (グリーンキラメイストーン Gurīn Kiramei Sutōn), is Kiramai Green's Sports Car Mecha.
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Suave and gentlemanly in nature, he shares his partner's love for speed and admires her methods in the field. Mach also displays hints of infatuation towards his partner, which is more apparent is some scenes more than others.
As a Mashin, Mach is armed with the Mach Flash lasers in his headlights and can reach supersonic speeds. He can also drive up vertical surfaces or use Mashin Fire's ladder as a ramp to launch himself into Jamen Beasts. Forms the head and right shoulder pad of Kiramaizin and Land Mage. Mach can also finish an opponent via his Mach Tornado Attack technique, where he charges through the opponent while barrel-rolling through the air surrounded with energy. Appearances: Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Episode ZERO, Kiramager Episodes 1-10, Ep. 1.2 Unreleased Cut, Warehouse Release, Start Dash Once Again SP, Kira Talk! The Partner-Loving Mashin, Kira Talk! This Battle is Amazing!!, Mashin Sentai Kiramager: Galza and Carantula Jamental Institute, 11-36
As a part of Land Mage, Mach can also charge himself with fire energy to become Mashin Makka (マシン マッカ Mashin Makka), allowing Land Mage to perform the Kiramai Burning, which fires a stream of flames from the Mecha's face.
Appearances: Kiramager Episodes 2 -
Behind the Scenes
- Mashin Mach is voiced by Kenji Akabane (赤羽 根健治 Akabane Kenji). While body-swapped with Sena in episode 19, he is temporarily portrayed by Yume Shinjo (新庄 由芽 Shinjō Yume).
- Mashin Mach is:
- The first Sports Car Mecha since Engine Speedor to form the head of a mecha.
- the first Green Ranger Mecha since MagiTaurus that forms the head of the Robo.
- He is also the first Green Ranger Vehicle-Based Mecha since Green Hover to form the head of a Giant Robo.
- Mashin Makka name could be a pun between mach (マッハ, mahha), bright red (真っ赤, makka) and fire (火, ka) .