Top 10 cars in movie history

So Hollywood movies are packed with cool cars, so it’s not easy to edit this countdown to just 10. But after a few tears and one specific tantrum, we finally did it. Here are our Top 10 cars in movie history. We are already certain you may not agree. Please let us know what your favourite movie ride is. 10) 1969 Dodge Charger Movie: The Dukes of Hazard
Starring: Johnny Knoxville, Sean William Scott
Year: 2005

I used to have a toy version of this as a kid and I thought that was even cool. Imagine owning the real thing? When the Dukes of Hazard was rebooted over a decade ago, we all knew it was likely to flop. But the Dodge…oh that Dodge…was the one key nod to the past TV show that made us want to catch the movie. Movie: The Graduate
Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft
Year: 1967

We all know now that Dustin Hoffman is cool but he didn’t look so suave back in the day. That was until he was cast in the Graduate with a very hot sidekick – and we don’t just mean ????. The Alfa Romeo his character drives around in changed the requirements of road users back in the 60s. This inspired car manufacturers to have more slick designs. Movie: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Starring: Mathew Broderick, Alan Ruck
Year: 1986

It still looks class. The story arc this car takes in the still-brilliant Ferris Bueller’s Day Off would bring a tear ti your eye. My jaw was on the floor when the car ended up in ruins at the end of this film and it made me realise I never wanted kids. I still don’t have a GT250 either though! Movie: Back To The Future
Starring: Michael J Fox, Christopher Loyd
Year: 1985

Did you know the DeLorean was actually made in Ireland to be sold in America? There’s your something learned today. Okay, so the Back to the Future DeLorean looks a little dated now, but can you remember your jaw dropping when you first seen it on screen? And to think the time machine in the original script for this movie was a fridge. Good upgrade studio bosses. Movie: Bullitt
Starring: Steve McQueen, Jacqueline Bisset
Year: 1968

We’ve heard this being labelled as the coolest car in movie history before, but it just falls short on our list.It is an amazing looking vehicle and really was unique at the time of this movie’s release. But Ford’s mass manufacturing of a version of this has dented its appeal slightly. Movie: Training Day
Starring: Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke
Year: 2001

It doesn’t get more badass than this. And that is why it was the perfect car for Denzel’s crooked cop to drive in the brilliant Training Day. Every square inch of this ’79 Monte Carlo with its 13 inch rims was super cool. It was almost heartbreaking to see it riddled with bullets towards the end of the movie. Movie: Goldfinger
Starring: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman
Year: 1964

This was a slick as it got in the mid 60s, and it says something about the futuristic design that it still looks class today, over 50 years on. It is absolutely gorgeous. There can be no denying that. Almost as handsome as Connery himself. Almost. Movie: Swordfish
Starring: John Travolta, Halle Berry
Year: 2001

If you can outshine Halle Berry in the looks department, you’ve got to be all kinds of hot. And that’s exactly what the TVR Tucson Speed-6 is. This design was actually manufactured in the UK, proving that our closest neighbours they can deliver a good export every now and then. Movie: Gone in 60 Seconds
Starring: Nicholas Cage, Angelina Jolie
Year: 2000

There were some big names in this turn-of-the-century remake, but nobody shined more than the Mustang. This car was so amazing that Nicholas Cage had a nickname for her — Eleanor! Sexy is the appropriate adjective to use to describe this Hollywood roadster. Movie: Starsky and Hutch
Starring: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson
Year: 2000

The movie may have been a let down, but the wheels weren’t. Stiller tried to get rid of the coolness of the hit TV show and replace it with goofiness, but it was impossible to leave the cool behind when including the Gran Torino, equipped with the white stripe. If we could drive around in any car we’ve seen on the big screen, we’d take this. #Cars #Motor #Motors