This is as suave as cars come. Who wouldn't want to ride shotgun with Bond in this? Just watch out for the ejector.
Few movie cars are as iconic as the DeLorean. This car was a flop in the car market, but has since gained cult popularity thanks to the film.
Based on the novel by James Bond creator Ian Fleming, this vehicle took inspiration from a range of aero-engined racing cars from the 1920s.
The busting crew named this 1959 Cadillac the unusual name of Ecto-1. The car looks good enough plain, but the modifications made for the film give it the magic makeover.
This classic 1963 Volkswagen Beetle is no mere accessory- it is the main character in 'The Love Bug'. It's on-screen legacy consists of a total of 6 films!
Like Back to the Future, Blade Runner was wrong about flying cars in the 2010s. That doesn't stop the spinners being one of the most memorable images of this sci-fi classic.
Everyone who sees this car in the film instantly falls in love with it. Too bad that it gets destroyed at the end. Just kidding, the real vehicle is still intact. The same cannot be said for the replica.
This is the second Bond car on this list and boasts much more than an ejector seat. When 007 is pursued by a gang of assassins, this underwater paddler comes in pretty handy.
Mad Max is offered this car to tempt him to remain as a policeman. He takes the law into his own hands however and uses it to get his revenge on a criminal motorcycle gang.
You can image people driving this even if they don't have superpowers. Mr Incredible's high-tech motor would look great in our showroom, though a little out of place.