Every kid wants their first car to be cool.  Sam Witwicky from the 'Transformers' film series hit the jackpot when his first car turns out to also be a transforming alien robot from a distant planet.Every kid wants their first car to be cool.  Sam Witwicky from the 'Transformers' film series hit the jackpot when his first car turns out to also be a transforming alien robot from a distant planet.
With looks that could kill and frequently do, The 1958 Pontiac Fury featured in Stephen King's "Christine" became the car of nightmares. The demon-possessed car was not only sentient, but could repair itself at will.With looks that could kill and frequently do, The 1958 Pontiac Fury featured in Stephen King's "Christine" became the car of nightmares. The demon-possessed car was not only sentient, but could repair itself at will.
Through Batman's various iterations, one thing has always remained constant: The Caped Crusader always needs a really cool ride. The Batmobile, with its ever-changing looks, helps Batman protect the streets of Gotham with its cool gadgets and weaponry. The Joker doesn't stand a chance.Through Batman's various iterations, one thing has always remained constant: The Caped Crusader always needs a really cool ride. The Batmobile, with its ever-changing looks, helps Batman protect the streets of Gotham with its cool gadgets and weaponry. The Joker doesn't stand a chance.
The Knight Industries Two Thousand or KITT is definitely the smartest car ever created. This 1982 Pontiac Trans Am from the show "Knight Rider" was transformed into a crime fighting machine with a super computer for a brain, and a biting wit to boot.The Knight Industries Two Thousand or KITT is definitely the smartest car ever created. This 1982 Pontiac Trans Am from the show "Knight Rider" was transformed into a crime fighting machine with a super computer for a brain, and a biting wit to boot.
A clear front-runner for the coolest car in the universe, this sleek and stylish race car from the classic Japanese cartoon and film "Speed Racer" was filled to the brim with cool gadgets and weapons to keep it in front of the pack, and more importantly, its rival, Racer X.A clear front-runner for the coolest car in the universe, this sleek and stylish race car from the classic Japanese cartoon and film "Speed Racer" was filled to the brim with cool gadgets and weapons to keep it in front of the pack, and more importantly, its rival, Racer X.
Powered by weapons grade plutonium and a flux capacitor, the DeLorean sped into the hearts of 80's kids everywhere. Once it hit 88 miles an hour, the vehicle flung the characters of "Back to The Future" through space and time, creating paradoxes everywhere it went.Powered by weapons grade plutonium and a flux capacitor, the DeLorean sped into the hearts of 80's kids everywhere. Once it hit 88 miles an hour, the vehicle flung the characters of "Back to The Future" through space and time, creating paradoxes everywhere it went.
Super-spy James Bond has had various cars throughout the years, but none have measured up to the style and class of the original. The Aston Martin DB5  is the quintessential Bond vehicle, even making an appearance in the newest Bond flick, "Skyfall."Super-spy James Bond has had various cars throughout the years, but none have measured up to the style and class of the original. The Aston Martin DB5  is the quintessential Bond vehicle, even making an appearance in the newest Bond flick, "Skyfall."
Probably the most unique car ever driven by James Bond, the Lotus Espirit, featured in "The Spy Who Loved Me," was able to turn into a fully functioning submarine when submerged in water.  The car even came equipped with torpedoes.  Q really outdid himself with this one!Probably the most unique car ever driven by James Bond, the Lotus Espirit, featured in "The Spy Who Loved Me," was able to turn into a fully functioning submarine when submerged in water.  The car even came equipped with torpedoes.  Q really outdid himself with this one!

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