Between the actual Cars movies, and classic movies that feature memorable cars, there are lots of sweet rides we'd like to own ourselves. Here are the top 13 cars we've loved from movies throughout the last few decades!


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The KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) was an iconic car in the Knight Rider series. It is a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am. Michael Scheffe, a customizer, created KITT. George Barris conceptualized and produced the KITTs for the convertible and super-pursuit missions.

One person said, “This is the correct answer, Michael.”

2. DeLorean, from Back to the Future

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In the film Back to the Future, Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly traveled through time in the DeLorean, one of the most well-known automobiles in cinematic history—the DeLorean sports coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers for its four independent wheels. The front suspension also uses double wishbones, while the rear is a multi-link design. Overall, the design is very attractive to car enthusiasts.

3. General Lee, from Dukes of Hazard

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The Dukes of Hazzard's car, also known as the “General Lee,” is a 1969 Dodge Charger prominently featured in the television series “The Dukes of Hazzard,” aired from 1979 to 1985. The car is easily recognizable due to its bright orange paint job with a Confederate flag emblem on the roof, as well as its signature horn that plays the first 12 notes of the song “Dixie.”

One person said, “Dukes of Hazzard's car. I remember that car from my childhood.”

4. Herbie, from The Love Bug

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The Herbie car is a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle that was featured in several movies, including the 1968 film “The Love Bug” and its sequels. Herbie is a sentient car with a mind of its own and the ability to drive itself. The car is white with red, white, and blue racing stripes and features the number “53” on its doors and hood. In the movies, Herbie often competes in races and outsmarts its human drivers. The car became a beloved character and cultural icon, inspiring a generation of car enthusiasts and spawning merchandise such as toy cars and clothing.

5. Aston Martin DB5, from Goldfinger

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The Aston Martin car brand has been featured in many James Bond movies, starting with the 1964 film “Goldfinger.” In the movies, Bond drives various models of Aston Martin cars, which are typically equipped with various gadgets and weapons, such as machine guns, missile launchers, and ejector seats. With the car’s features, it’s no wonder why many people find it appealing!

6. Bean’s Car, from Mr. Bean

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Mr. Bean's car is a 1976 British Leyland Mini 1000 Mark 4, which is a small and compact car. The car is a major part of the character's antics in the British sitcom “Mr. Bean,” which aired from 1990 to 1995. The car is light green with a black hood and a yellow registration plate reading “SLW 287R.”

7. Batmobile, from Batman

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The Batmobile is a car featured in many Batman movies, TV shows, and comics. The car is made to look like Batman, who is a powerful, mysterious, and dark vigilante. The design of the Batmobile has evolved over the years, but it typically features advanced technology and weaponry, such as grappling hooks, missiles, and even a jet engine. 

8. Greased Lightning, from Grease

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The Grease Lightning car is a 1948 Ford De Luxe Convertible that was featured in the 1978 musical film “Grease.” The car was originally owned by Kenickie, a member of the T-Birds gang, but it eventually becomes the main focus of the gang's attention when they decide to fix it up and turn it into a racing car. The car is customized with various features, such as a flame paint job, a hood scoop, and a set of whitewall tires.

9. The Mystery Machine, from Scooby-Doo

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The Mystery Machine is a van that has been featured in various iterations of the animated TV series “Scooby-Doo.” The van is primarily used by the main characters, including Scooby-Doo and his human companions, as they travel to different locations to investigate paranormal mysteries. The van is often depicted as being brightly colored with a psychedelic paint job and featuring the words “Mystery Machine” written on the side in bold letters.

10. Frank Bullitt's car, from Bullitt

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The car featured in the 1968 film “Bullitt” starring Steve McQueen is a 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback. The car is known for its high-speed chase scene through the streets of San Francisco, which has become one of the most iconic car chase scenes in cinematic history. The car was driven by McQueen's character, Frank Bullitt, a tough and determined police detective who is tasked with protecting a key witness in a high-profile case.

One person stated, “My dream car. Some day I’ll have one.”

11. Jim Rockford’s car, from The Rockford Files

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The car driven by Jim Rockford in the TV series “The Rockford Files” is a gold-colored 1974 Pontiac Firebird Esprit. The car is often seen in the show's opening credits, as Rockford drives along the California coastline, and is a defining characteristic of the character. The car is not only stylish but also functional, as Rockford uses it in his job as a private investigator to chase down leads and tail suspects.

12. Lightning McQueen, from Cars

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Lightning McQueen is a character in the Disney-Pixar animated movie “Cars.” He is a red race car that is inspired by real-life NASCAR racing cars, with a sleek and aerodynamic design. In the first “Cars” film, Lightning is a cocky and ambitious rookie racer who dreams of winning the Piston Cup championship.

13. Sam and Dean Winchester's Car, from Supernatural

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The Chevy Impala is a black 1967 model that has become a defining characteristic of the TV series “Supernatural.” The car is owned by the main characters, Sam and Dean Winchester, who use it as their primary mode of transportation as they travel across the country fighting supernatural creatures. The Impala features a powerful V8 engine and a distinctive, muscular design with a sleek black finish. The car has also been customized with various features, including a hidden compartment in the trunk to store weapons and a Kansas license plate with the number “KAZ 2Y5.”

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