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Ah, if only we could be driving one of these famous film cars (except for maybe the Flintstones car, of course, because who exercises these days, anyway?)

Check out the famous fictional cars found in film and on TV below and then be sure to enter your ZIP above for FREE car insurance quotes.


Famous Fictional Cars


Famous Hollywood Movie Cars

In an effort to go green, there’s a large debate going on about whether more people should opt for public transit over driving. Others are excited about the cars of the future that require less gas or run completely on electricity.
While the debate continues about how we should be using our cars and how they might evolve, there’s no denying that cars can be really cool. Especially fictional cars.
The cool thing about fictional cars is that price is no factor. It’s quite possible to tear up just watching movie car crash scenes when expensive cars are destroyed without even a second thought from the director or producer.

Take a look at this list of cool fictional movie cars (in no particular order):

DeLorean Time Machine from the Back to the Future Movies