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Most Iconic Movie Cars Of All Time



On your mark, get set, go! From heavily armored and weaponized Batmobiles to going Back To The Future in a DeLorean time machine. These are the most memorable & iconic movie cars of all time. Enjoy our collection of the cars we all grew up watching and wanting to own on the big screen. Click START SLIDESHOW to begin the journey!

The Fast And The Furious
1993 Toyota Supra Turbo

Rescued from a junkyard and brought back to life in Dominic Toretto’s garage, the twin-turbo Toyota Supra was driven by the late Paul Walker in the first installment of The Fast and The Furious franchise.

Dark Knight Trilogy – The Tumbler Batmobile

The Tumbler appeared in Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008) directed by Christopher Nolan. The tank like vehicle is equipped with gadgets and state-of-the-art weaponry capabilities to take down all Gotham City villains.

Back To The Future
1982 DeLorean DMC-12

The iconic time machine from the Back to the Future dynasty, as invented by Dr. Emmett Brown. The DeLorean DMC-12 is used by Doc Brown and Marty McFly to travel over 130 years of Hill Valley history, for gaining insights into history and the future.

Ghostbusters – Ecto-1

The Ghostbusters Ecto-1 was built from a 1959 Cadillac professional chassis, by the Miller-Meteor company. The wagon required plenty of room for the crew, proton packs, Ecto goggles, P.K.E. Meters, and ghost traps.

Mad Max – The Pursuit Special

This legendary jet black muscle car is none other than The Pursuit Special made famous in the popular Mad Max franchise films. It is also referred to as The Last of the V8 Interceptors.

The Blues Brothers – The Bluesmobile

This iconic 1974 Dodge Monaco is known as the “Bluesmobile” made famous in the major motion filmThe Blues Brothers. Co-writer and lead actor Dan Ackroyd admitted he chose this 440 Dodge Monaco model because he “considered it to be the hottest car used by police during the 1970s.”

Dumb and Dumber – Mutt Cutts Van

You couldn’t miss this van anywhere! This van-converted to a dog is complete with floppy ears and a tongue. It is known as the Mutt Cutts Van from the comedy Dumb and Dumber.

James Bond – 1963 Aston Martin DB5

Perhaps one of the most memorable and iconic vehicles from a motion picture is none other than the luxurious 1963 Aston Martin DB5 making its movie debut in the 1964 James Bond flick Goldfinger. In the movie, the car was equipped with machine guns, ejector seats and tire cutters.

Gone In 60 Seconds – 1967 Shelby GT500

In the original 1974 film, Gone in 60 Seconds, this custom 1971 Ford Mustang earned the name “Eleanor.” The 2000 film Gone in 60 Seconds used a 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500, also named “Eleanor” in the flick.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 1963 Modena Spyder California

Who could forget the classic red 1963 Modena Spyder featured in the classic film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The sports car reportedly caught the attention of Hollywood director John Hughes when he first got word of the creation in a car magazine.

The Dukes Of Hazzard – 1969 Dodge Charger

This muscle car is best known to fans as “The General Lee.” Its title was given to this 1969 Dodge Charger in the television series The Dukes of Hazard. It encompasses the distinguishing features such as a confederate battle flag located on the roof. The popular series featured characters Bo and Luke always entering the vehicle by jumping through the windows of “The General.”

Wayne’s World – 1976 AMC Pacer

This 1976 AMC Pacer is the iconic ride used in the film Wayne’s World. This 1992 cult classic featured the two main characters Wayne and Garth cruising around in this baby blue ride featuring bright flames on the side. It was also the location of the iconic scene where the movie’s main characters sing their rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Party time…Excellent!!!

Knight Rider – 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans AM

This jet black 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans AM is from the television series Knight Rider. It was known as K.I.T.T., which stands for Knight Industries Two Thousand. K.I.T.T. was a character in its own right in the series and encompassed an artificial intelligence feature.

The A-Team – 1983 GMC Vandura Van

If you grew up in the ’80’s, you recognize this 1983 GMC van. It was featured in the television series, The A Team. This van served as the main mode of transportation for the show’s main characters, former members of a fictitious United States Army Special Forces unit.

Iron Man – 2008 Audi R8

Aside from Tony Stark’s impressive weaponized robots, was his impressive ride, the Audi R8. The sports car was featured in Marvel’s Iron Man and Iron Man 2. The third installment of the blockbuster franchise featured an electric version of the R8.

Miami Vice – Ferrari Daytona Spyder

One of the most notable vehicles from the television series was the black 1972 Ferrari Daytona Spyder 365 GTS/4 from the early episodes of Miami Vice. The vehicle was driven by James “Sonny” Crockett before he switched to the Ferrari Testarossa in the third season.

Jurassic Park – Jeep Wrangler

The main mode of transportation in movie Jurassic Park was this Jeep Wrangler. Many Jurassic Park movie enthusiasts have replicated the Wrangler complete with logos for a daily driver.

Wolf Of Wall Street – Lamborghini Countach

One of the most memorable scenes in the major motion picture Wolf of Wolf Street incorporates this white Lamborghini Countach. In the scene, the movie’s main character Leonardo DiCaprio hilariously attempts to drive this vehicle under the influence.

Transformers – 1976 Chevy Camaro Bumblebee

The blockbuster film the Transformers, features a beat-up 1976 yellow Chevy Camaro known as “Bumble Bee.” During the movie, the junky Camaro turns into a shiny new 2014 edition and acts as the movie’s main character’s protector.

Scooby-Doo – The Mystery Machine Van

Who can forget the iconic Mystery Machine Van from the popular cartoon series Scooby Doo. It was featured as the primary mode of transportation for the show’s main characters as they set out on their adventures attempting to solve the day’s mystery.

Talladega Nights – NASCAR No. 26 Chevy Monte Carlo

The comedy Talladega Nights portrays the life of a NASCAR driver named Ricky Bobby, a character played by actor Will Ferrell. This vehicle, the No. 26 Wonder Bread Chevy Monte Carlo is one of the two cars driven by Ferrell’s character in the flick. They were later auctioned off for charity.

Green Hornet – 1966 Black Beauty Imperial

The 1966 superhero action series, the Green Hornet, featured the vehicle named “The Black Beauty.” The Black Beauty is a customized 1966 Black Beauty Imperial Crown hardtop. In the series, the car could fire explosives and launch surveillance devices from its trunk.

Animal House – Lincoln Continental Deathmobile

This iconic ride is known as the “Deathmobile” from the cultural classic film Animal House. The comedy, with a premise focused on college debauchery and fraternity life, features the black 1966 Lincoln Continental which began as the weekend loaner vehicle from a pledge’s older brother. It is used in a series of events in the flick.

Batman – 1955 Lincoln Futura Batmobile

The Lincoln Futura was the theme car in the 1966 television series Batman. It was modified by George Barris into the “Batmobile.”

Starsky & Hutch – 1975 Ford Gran Torino

The action television series Starsky & Hutch featured a bright red 1975 Ford Gran Torino as its main mode of transportation for the series’ main characters, police detectives David Michael Starsky and Kenneth Richard “Hutch” Hutchinson.

The Spy Who Loved Me – Lotus Esprit S1

The Lotus Esprit S1 gained popularity in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. It is known mostly for its unique ability to convert into a submarine in the film.

Smokey And The Bandit – 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

Movie star Burt Reynolds was always behind the wheel of this iconic car, a 1977 Pontiac Trans AM for the popular movie Smokey and the Bandit. The hugely popular film was actually the second highest grossing film of that year, with first place going to Star Wars.

National Lampoon’s Vacation – Griswold Family Truckster

It’s the station wagon of all station wagons! This 1979 Ford LTD Country Squire is known as “The Wagon Queen Family Truckster” in the iconic movie National Lampoon’s Vacation. It’s the vehicle used to travel cross-country in an attempt to make it the family’s favorite amusement park, “Wally World.”

The Love Bug – Herbie The Love Bug, 1983 Volkswagen Bettle

This 1963 Volkswagen Beetle is known as “Herbie the Love Bug” from the 1968 major motion picture called The Love Bug. This character was featured in many Walt Disney films. The vehicle can be distinguished by its red, white and blue racing stripes down the center.

Grease – Greased Lightning

The iconic musical Grease, featured two major vehicles in the film both holding the name “Greased Lightning.” The first version of the 1948 Ford De Luxe is white and second is a red fantasy version that the cast dances on and is present at the end of the movie.

The Wraith – Dodge Interceptor M4S Concept

This car was made famous in the 1986 supernatural film called The Wraith. This Dodge M4S was built in 1984 as a demonstrator vehicle, but gained major popularity after the film propelled the car to fame.

Days Of Thunder – City Chevy Lumina

This City Chevy Lumina was made popular in 1990 when it was featured in the film Days of Thunder, driven by none other than actor Tom Cruise. If you’re a racing enthusiast, this film also features real NASCAR drivers such as Rusty Wallace, Neil Bonnett, and Harry Gant.

Risky Business – 1981 Porsche 928

Another Tom Cruise flick, Risky Business, featured a 1981 Porsche 928. It’s said that this vehicle was chosen for the part because it was “exotic, but not unobtainable.”

The Fast And The Furious – 1970 Dodge Charger

Featured in the popular franchise, Fast and Furious, this black 1970 Dodge Charger was driven by one the main characters Vin Diesel.

Death Proof – 1970 Chevy Nova

The film Death Proof features Kurt Russell as a stuntman who uses his vehicle, this 1970 Chevy Nova to murder young women in staged car accidents using his vehicle.

Christine – 1957 Plymouth Belvedere

This 1957 Plymouth Belvedere was used in the film Christine. The film interchanged vehicles between the 1958 Plymouth Fury, the 1957 Fury and other Chrysler models. The film is based on the thriller novel written by Stephen King.

Batman – Batmobile

This uniquely shaped vehicle is none other than The Batmobile. It’s a fictional automobile that is stored inside the “bat cave” in the movie. The Batmobile is driven by Batman himself and uses it to his advantage when engaged in crime-fighting activity.

Death Race 2000 – Frankenstein

This scary looking cruiser complete with fangs is from the 1975 film, Death Race 2000. Frankenstein is the driver of this beast on wheels and is the champion of this fictional race.

Tommy Boy – 1967 Plymouth GTX

What started off as a pristine 1967 Plymouth GTX quickly began deteriorating in the 1995 comedy Tommy Boy. Throughout the movie the vehicle took a beating as the two main characters Chris Farley and David Spade made it from one hilarious adventure to the next.

Bullitt – 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390

This iconic mustang is from the 1968 thriller Bullitt. It featured four-speed manual transmissions and modified suspension, engine and brakes.

Vanishing Point – 1970 Dodge Challenger

This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum is featured in the 1971 action movie Vanishing Point.

Transporter – Audi A8 W12

When this movie’s main character Frank Martin played by Jason Statham needed to complete a mission in the film The Transporter, he chose this Audi A8 W12 as his method of transport.

Cannonball – 1970 Pontiac Trans Am

This iconic red 1970 Pontiac Trans Am is featured in the film Cannonball. The film is also known by the name of Carquake.

Cars – Lightning McQueen

Who could forget the smiling face on the front of this ride, a character known as Lightning McQueen. He is the movie’s main character in the Pixar animated film Cars.

Limitless – Maserati Granturismo

This impressive ride was driven by Bradley Cooper’s character in the movieLimitless. This Maserati Granturismo was used to exude luxury and style.

The Thomas Crown Affair – Shelby Mustang GT500

The Thomas Crown Affair is a remake from the original film from 1968. The car is featured in the film is a 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500.

Thelma & Louise – Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Perhaps one of the most memorable and iconic vehicles from a motion picture is the Ford Thunderbird Convertible from the movie Thelma & Louise.

Better Off Dead – 1967 Chevy Camaro

This 1985 romantic comedy Better Off Dead featured the movie’s main character played by John Cusack owning this 1967 Chevy Camaro.

The Graduate – 1966 Alfa Romeo Spider

The Graduate is an iconic and legendary film in itself. The vehicle featured in the film is a 1966 Alfa Romeo Spider.

Fast & Furious – Ramp Car

This wild looking contraption is called “The Ramp Car” in the movie Fast & Furious 6. The car used it’s “ramp-like” feature to flip vehicles during the film’s high speed chase scenes.

Spectre – Jaguar C-X75

This Jaguar C-X75 made an appearance in the 2015 James Bond film Spectre as Mr. Hinx’s car.