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While cars don't steal the spotlight the same way famous actors and actresses do, they play a crucial role in many movies. Whether they're being raced in movies like The Fast and the Furious and Need for Speed or saving the world in Transformers, cars on film make an impression on buyers and the general public.
In this infographic, we detail a few of the cars that made more than just an appearance in a movie--they became attached to them. These are cars that will forever live on and be associated with their big screen roles!
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The DeLorean DMC-12 was catapulted into the mainstream after its big screen role as the time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy. Unbeknownst to the movie-going public, however, DeLorean was an epic failure of an automaker.
The fifth generation Camaro was first unveiled as a concept car at the 2006 North American International Auto Show.
Prominently featured in all three Iron Man movies, the Audi R8 is essentially Tony Stark's daily driver. In fact, he relied on it so much that it was supposed to save him from Iron Monger, the villain from the first film.
The Volkswagen Beetle is one of the most classic and recognizable cars on the road. Its timeless design has a lot to do with that, but its appearances in the popular Herbie movie series helped make it one of the best-selling cars of all time.
In Great Britain, Aston Martin and James Bond are as closely associated as tea and crumpets. The British luxury sports car maker's vehicles have been consistently featured in the popular spy movie series since 1964, when its DB5 hit screens alongside Sean Connery in Goldfinger.
What do you get when you mix fast cars, chase scenes, Burt Reynolds, crime, and comedy in 1977? An American classic, that's what. Despite being up against sci-fi blockbusters Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Smokey and the Bandit managed to become one of the highest grossing, and most profitable, films of 1977.
When you're a professional thief, you need a fast car with great handling that can go pretty much anywhere and blend in easily. For fictional safecrackers, that car is the Mini. Its role in both the original and remake of The Italian Job has made it a household name throughout the world.
The AMC Pacer was not a glamorous or fast car like most on this list, but back in the 1970s it was actually something people wanted to buy. It was small, so it could compete with the foreign cars that had begun to appeal to American buyers, plus it featured a cab forward design that was years ahead of its time.
You've probably seen Ferris Bueller. And if you've seen Ferris Bueller, you'll remember the 1961Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, owned by his friend Cameron's father, that makes an appearance early on in the movie. It's a beautiful car!
Achieving 95 million viewers is rare outside of events like Super Bowl. But in 1994, people were glued to their televisions as O.J. Simpson was chased by police through Los Angeles in his 1993 Ford Bronco after charges were officially filed against him in the case of his murdered wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and waiter Ron Goldman.