- Turbo Charged Max Steel vs Trap Turbo Mortum: Mortum is ready to attack. Can Max stop him with his Turbo energy?
Max's armor is completely blue and have transparent parts. His helmet is dark blue and he has a white visor. Steel is connected to Max's chest, having a white border around him and blue paint in his upper torso. His arms are completely transparent and he holds a device with the shape of the letter V. The rest of his body is completely dark blue.
He comes with a weapon molded on his hand, but he still can hold many other weapons of the Connect-Tek toy line.
- Even though that in 2016 Max's figures got a older look, this figure reuses many molds of other figures while he was a teenager, especially his helmet, which supposedly should be larger as seen in the animation. Additionally, the illustration in the package is also a recolor with few alterations (such as the device that Max is holding) from other renders released in early 2013.
- If translated to spanish, the figure's name is exactly the same as Turbo Charged Max Steel, released in 2014 as a SDCC exclusive.
- Even though that the figure has the Team Turbo Fusion Tek logo on the package and it is labelled "from the movie!", Max never used his Turbo Base Mode or this variation charged with T.U.R.B.O. Energy.
|2016 Action Figures|
|First Wave||Ape Extroyer · Base Mode La Fiera · Blaster Max · Copter C.Y.T.R.O. · Firestorm Elementor · Flight Max · Grapple Shot Max · Jungle Max · Max Ninja · Mega Morphos · Samurai Max Vs Saber Dread · Skate & Blast Max · Strength Reveal Max · Sword Dread · Tank Makino · Toxzoid Launch Toxzon · Turbo Aqua Max · Turbo Hammer Claw Max · Turbo Prime Max · Turbo Tiger La Fiera · Turbo Transformation Max · Vertical Lift off Max|
|Second Wave||Deadly Trap Mortum (unofficial name) · Mega Hunt Max Steel (unofficial name)|