Top 10 Movie & TV Cars

Remember when you were growing up and saw an amazing car on TV, such as the Batmobile, KITT from KnightRider or the Delorean from Back to the Future? Reminisce about the old days with this list of classic Top 10 Movie & TV cars.

The Top Ten

1 The DeLorean DMC 12

Dr Emmett 'Doc' Brown created a time machine from a Delorean DMC 12 in "Back to the Future", which was able to travel through time once it hit 88mph which in turn activated the flux capacitor enabling the driver to travel to a specific date. The Delorean factory was closed in 1985 however there are still plenty of replicas and the odd original around. -

The DeLorean is an awesome car with or without everything on it. I mean it is really cool. I wish the original DeLorean Motor Company was back so you could buy new REAL DeLoreans!

It should be number 1, it is much better then the bat mobile, what kind of name is that anyway, its not even a proper car!

This is the best movie ever made by far. all the comedy scenes, every little sudden hint, like doc browns favorite nfl team is the denver broncos, which is sweet this should be ranked at number 1 remember 1.21 GIGAWATS

2 The Batmobile

The original is always the best, and the 1960s version of the Batmobile driven by Adam West is easily the best Batmobile out there. Get your mate in the passenger seat to shout "Holy haberdashery Batman!" as you weave through the traffic in this beast. Unfortunately, you may not be able to find one that has the Batcomputer, the Batsmokescreen, or the Bat-Ray. -

Coolest looking in vehicle - Ajkloth

3 K.I.T.T from Knight Rider

A talking car and the Hoff himself, what more does a TV series need? K.I.T.T can drive itself using Artificial Intelligence and an alpha circuit as it's main control system. The car could also communicate with Michael Knight using a voice synthesizer, and was fluent in French and Spanish. Other cool features included a turbo boost, a silent mode to avoid detection, oil jets to get rid of pursuing vehicles, a microwave jammer to stop electronic signals, a tear gas launcher and an eject button should the situation arise. This is easily the best car ever; however the original was sold for $150,000 in 2007. There are many replicas out there, but none will have the above mentioned features or have been driven by David Hasselhoff himself -

4 Aston Martin DB5
5 The A Team Van

The GMC Vandura featured audio surveillance devices, disguise kits and a printing press, but was mainly used to get B.A Baracus, Murdock, Face and Hannibal on the scene of a crime or to help someone in need quickly. There are many replicas of the A Team van out there so picking one up shouldn't be that hard. -

6 Professor Fate's Hannibal 8
7 Green Hornet's Black Beauty
8 Ghostbusters Ecto 1

The Ecto 1 is a 1959 Cadillac ambulance conversion Miller-Meteor, used by the Ghostbusters when they were investigating paranormal activities. Complete with a Proton Cannon mounted on the roof to take on Slimer or Staypuft, the Ecto 1 is one of the most memorable cars out there, although you'll struggle to find one in the same 1959 model seen in the film. -

9 The Mystery Machine

The Mystery Machine was the van used by the team made famous by Scooby Doo & Shaggy, (Mystery Inc). With the aid of Freddie, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy, Scooby got to the bottom of every mystery to usually reveal a ghost or ghoul of some sort hiding behind a mask. Unfortunately, the Mystery Machine didn't include any special features or crime fighting tools, but was still a cool looking van. -

10 Lightning McQueen Lightning McQueen, typically referred to by his surname McQueen, is a anthropomorphic stock car in the animated Pixar film Cars, its sequels Cars 2, Cars 3, and TV shorts known as Cars Toons.

So glad he made it in the Top 10! Lol I love Lightning!

He should be number one - Minecraftisawesone

The Contenders

11 New York Style cab

The yellow cab is synonymous with New York, and features in many films; however one of the most memorable is "Taxi Driver" starring Robert De Niro. Now you can pull up at traffic lights and ask pedestrians "you talkin' to me" in this 1970s style taxi. -

12 Lady Penelope's Limousine

21ft long and impossible to drive round corners as James May will verify after testing it on Top Gear, Lady Penelope's car (also known as FAB1) is available if you want be seen driving round in the longest, pinkest car you can imagine. Just find someone willing to act as Parker and you're ready to go -

Perfect car fast everyone wanted one never mind best car in TV and movies best car in real life as well even if its technically its not a car :0)

13 The Flintstones' car

Not really suitable for the roads, but good for pretending to be Fred or Barney for the day. Powered by the driver and passenger running, the Flintstones' car was capable of a top speed of 3mph. -

14 Dukes of Hazzard Dodge Charger
15 Italian Job Minis

Whether you are planning on stealing a shipment of gold or you just want to drive round pretending you're Michael Caine in the Italian Job, check out the Mini Cooper S straight from the film -

You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off! - SuperheroSith

The old ones are wicked, the new ones, eh, not so much.

16 Simpsons Family Sedan
17 1961 Ferrari 250GT California Spyder

He spent 3 years restoring it. He loves the car more than life itself. It is his love, his passion... He never drives it, he just rubs it with a diaper -Cameron frye.

18 The General Lee

Almost anyone would instantly recognize this car

19 Herbie
20 The Mask's Loaner
21 Supernatural 67' IMPALA
22 Steve McQueen's 1968 Mustang

The Mustang is almost as scary as the Charger it killed.

23 Mad Max Pursuit Special
24 The Lost World Capture Vehicle
25 W Motors Lykan Hypersport from Fast and Furious 7
26 Paul Walker's Toyota Supra from The Fast and the Furious
27 77' Pontiac Trans Am
28 Mater Tow Mater, or simply Mater, is a character in Cars and its sequels, Cars 2 and Cars 3 as well as Cars Toons. He is voiced by Larry the Cable Guy and inspired by a 1951 International Harvester tow truck.
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