When you watch a movie, sometimes a car can be as exciting as the featured actors. These are vehicles that make you sit up and take notice. They might be super fast, cool, or even magical. Think about your favorite car chases where cars zoom and dart around. Or maybe you like shiny, sleek cars that look like they’re from the future. Some of these cars are so special, they almost feel like they’re part of the cast and tell their own story.
In movies, a car can be a hero, a mystery, or a ride toward adventure. And there’s one car on our list that’s sure to surprise you. It’s not just famous; it’s got a twist that you might not expect. Whether you thinking of Marty McFly and the DeLorean in Back to The Future or that memorable bone crusher in Mad Max, the auto industry and the movie business have been integral partners for decades. Remember some of the coolest cars that have ever been on the big screen right here.
James Bond’s 1964 Aston Martin DB5
The DB5 has appeared in several James Bond films, including Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, Skyfall, and Spectre, making it a recurring element in the franchise. What made this particular car so unique was the design and the performance. Let’s be honest, nothing looks quite like an Aston. But there’s also something so classy about these cars that it only made sense to use one in a movie franchise like the Bond films (via 007).
The DB5 wasn’t the best-performing car of its era but there was something classy and unique about this car. Beyond the Bond films, the DB5 has made appearances in various other media, including video games, television shows, and even other movies. Aston Martin is a renowned automaker and when it comes to class and style, the DB5 has quite a legacy.