The vehicles video showcases a number of the game's land and air transport options.
The trailer highlights the strengths and weaknesses of vehicles such as the Jetbike or the Hawk, a jet which transforms into an on-foot mech.
Starhawk is a futuristic follow-up to 2007's online shooter Warhawk.
Producer Florence Kum recently revealed that the game would contain two-player splitscreen in addition to online multiplayer.
The two player splitscreen sees a number of improvements, such as each player getting a dedicated radar map on their half of the screen.
Multiplayer will also allow each player to sign in using their own PSN account, so experience and character progression earned when playing splitscreen will carry with an individual's account.
Players in splitscreen will be able to join online matches or complete co-operative missions offline.
Players can battle on foot or in both land and air vehicles in 32-player online matches. Buildings, turrets and reinforcements can also be airdropped from orbit to add new tactical options.
Starhawk will launch on PlayStation 3 on May 8.