The top fictional cars of all time (Pt. 3)

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The nuclear fusion-powered DeLorean car model from “Back to the Future” is on display at Universal Studios.

John DeLorean had no idea his iconic vehicle would catapult Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd through time. (Photo Credit: CC BY/János Tamás/Wikipedia)

These cars are the cream of the crop among fictional vehicles. These the the top fictional cars of all time, in order of their relative iconic value. Click for Part 1 and Part 2 of this article.

Top fictional cars No. 25 – 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish from ‘Die Another Day’

Here’s a James Bond car that many may not remember, because the film was a lesser effort, thanks to the wooden, preening acting of Pierce Brosnan. This Aston Martin has all the offensive and defensive Bond toys you might expect, with one notable exception. This one could turn almost completely invisible to the naked eye, thanks to top-of-the-line stealth cloaking technology.

Top fictional cars No. 26 – 1980 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’

Another Bond number, this Lotus also appeared in “For Your Eyes Only.” Once again, there are weapons and gadgets aplenty. The defining feature has to be its submarine ability, though. Beats a top speed of 153 mph any day.

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Top fictional cars No. 27 – The Magic School Bus

Want to warp space and time at the speed of imagination? Have a thing for dizzy red-headed schoolmarms with boundless enthusiasm Then you want the Magic School Bus. Not only does it possess reality-bending power, but it teaches children about the world around them. That’s learning magic, baby.

Top fictional cars No. 28 – Mad Max’s Interceptor

In a post-apocalyptic world where gasoline is scare and personal grooming is unheard of, you want something that can bash both face and grille. Take this modified version of the Australian 1973 XB GT351 Ford Falcon Coupe and floor it. This twin-spoilered supercharger will wreck any crazed biker gang member’s day. Not only that, but reports indicate that Mad Max’s ride inspired the real-life production of the Chrysler Concorde – at least the front-end designs.

Top fictional cars No. 29 – The General Lee

This 1969 Dodge Charger two-door muscle car kept Bo and Luke Duke one step ahead of Boss Hogg in the 1980s TV program “The Dukes of Hazard.” It’s a real classic, from the distinctive horn sound and Confederate flag on the roof to the big air of its many stunt jumps.As many as 321 copies of the car were used during the filming of the series.

Top fictional cars No. 30 – The original TV Batmobile

Adam West may have been cheesy as Batman, but his nuclear-powered ride was anything but. This 1966 take on the Lincoln Futura concept has continued to capture imaginations with its iconic design.

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Top fictional cars No. 31 – The Mach 5

If it’s good enough for Speed Racer, it’s good enough for you. Think James Bond style, but with a big-time speed boost. Sandy Frank inspired a lifetime of boyhood fantasies with this Japanamation number.

Top fictional cars No. 32 – The ‘Back to the Future’ DeLorean

Made in Ireland for sale in the U.S., the DeLorean DMC-12 already had the futuristic design and gull-wing doors. In the hands of the “Back to the Future” film franchise, it added time travel. It’s Doctor Who on wheels at 88 mph with two trails of fire.

Top fictional cars No. 33 – James Bond’s classic Aston Martin

In numerous films, 007 piloted variations on the 1964 Aston Martin DB5. Classic styling, ample weaponry and an elegant ejector seat made this ride the pride of Queen and country. You’ll be shaken and stirred by its beauty.

Top fictional cars No. 34 – Stephen King’s ‘Christine’

This one is actually more of an honorable mention, as it certainly isn’t more iconic than the Batmobile or James Bond’s Aston Martin. However, the murderous, time warping 1958 Plymouth Fury from Stephen King’s 1983 novel “Christine” can more than hold its own in the horror fan’s imagination.


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