The pineapple coach is a pineapple-like horse carriage made for Casey Jones (Joshua Peck), the Chipmunks, and the Chipettes by Dr. Rubin (Wendie Malick), so they can have a chance to pursues Hun (Eric Bauza), Fong (Andrew Kishino), Tsoi (James Sie), and Sid (also voiced by Andrew Kishino), hoping to prevent them from escaping with the ransom Belgian euros. However, at the strike of dawn, it turned back into a normal pineapple.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chinese American DevilsEdit
The pineapple coach at first was seen as a normal pineapple until Dr. Rubin uses her magical power to change it into a pineapple coach as ride for the Chipmunks, the Chipettes, and Casey Jones to go to the Los Angeles Chinatown to track down Hun and his men, hoping to prevent them from escaping with a ransom Belgian euros. After the dawn strikes, however, it turns back into a normal pineapple and gets destroyed by the Los Angeles police motorcycles who were pursuing Casey Jones, the Chipmunks, and the Chipettes.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chinese American Devils 2Edit
In the movie, an African American mad scientist named Dr. Baxter Stockman (Phil LaMarr) creates a pineapple-like horse carriage, just like Dr. Rubin did. In contrast to the one from the previous film (which is light and made with good magic), however, this one is dark and twisted. Tiger Claw (who Baxter had turned into a human) was made the driver. It is eventually destroyed when it rolls off the top of the cliff that Baxter Stockman had intended to use to sends Casey Jones, April O'Neil (Mae Whitman), the Chipmunks, and the Chipettes falling to their deaths.