|Rōmaji||Shunkan Idō Kamehameha|
|Literal English||Teleportation Kamehame Wave|
|English TV||Instant Kamehameha|
Instant Trans. Kamehameha
|Other||Instantaneous Movement Kamehameha|
|Manga Debut||Volume 34, Chapter 401|
|Movie Debut||Movie 18|
|Game Debut||Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3|
|Type||Ki Manipulation Technique|
As with other variations, there is no fundamental difference in the execution of the Kamehameha and the Teleportation Kamehameha. The only stark difference in the technique is that it is a combination technique of two different skills; the Super Kamehameha and the Teleportation. By combining the Kamehameha with the Teleportation, it gives the opponent no time to dodge the blast, which is released at point-blank range. The blast had enough power to entirely erase Cell's torso. Due to the fact that the technique is 'instant', much like the Teleportation, it was enough to catch even Beerus, a Hakaishin, off his guard. As a Super Saiyan using godly ki, the size of the Teleportation Kamehameha was so large it could be seen on Earth from space.
- Despite the technique's parent techniques being the Teleportation and the Super Kamehameha, in various video games, Gokū can only use the Teleportation Kamehameha as a Super Saiyan.
- In Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butōden, Cell can use the Teleportation Kamehameha, despite never having shown the ability in the series. This is similar to his ability to use the Genki Dama, among several other skills, in various games.