Best Movie Cars
Our current day and age have brought us a wonderful array of fascinatingly modern motors, but even though the vehicles we find on the road are remarkable, they simply cannot compete for our iconic favourites. Here are a few of the best movie cars the people on the TV ever brought us.
1970 Dodge Charger – The Fast and The Furious
Even though the Dodge Charger stayed in the production line for just two years, it remains amongst the most famous movie cars of all time and to this day, is remembered for a fair share of appearances in several TV parts. If you were born before 2000, you probably know of the Dodge Charger from The Fast and The Furious movies, or at least one of them anyway. The Dodge Charger got its name from the huge engine and supercharger that stuck out from the hood, making it an ‘insanely cool’ car back in the day. Of course, thanks to Vin Diesel, the legend Charger lives on as the best movie car of all time!
Tumbler – Batman Begins
Much like cars from the iconic Bond movies, Batmobiles have transcended generations. However, the tough Batmobile Tumbler, as featured in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight‘, is the most visually and technically advanced Batmobile in history…so far. Filmmakers claim that this particular Batmobile can reach 60mph in just 5 seconds.
1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 – Bullitt
Although many fans of Ford’s iconic Mustang GT 390 will be taken with the newer, limited-edition Bullitt supercar, the 1968 version has a certain antique charm that secures it as one of the best movie cars of all time. Gaining its fame from Steve McQueen, who instantly made every car he stood next to the cooler, the Mustang has attained an abundance of fans over the years thanks to its popular appearance in the 1968 Bullitt movie.
1981 DeLorean DMC-12 – Back to the Future
The cult-classic movie, Back to the Future was a huge hit, for its exciting plot and fun time-travelling characters. Of course, one of the most iconic aspects of the film was the futuristic DeLorean DMC-12 did! In fact, some motor companies, like Tesla, have taken great inspiration from the car and despite the fact that the film is now well over 30 years old, the DeLorean will stay with us forever.