Revealed: Silver screen's most iconic cars

As Dubai film festival kicks off, we take a look at cinema’s most memorable automobiles
Iconic-Cars-Film.jpg
1 of 11
There’s something powerful about cars in movies – The Godfather wouldn’t have been the same without the black Cadillacs and Lincolns. Batman wouldn’t be as convincing without his batmobile. For that reason, we take a trip down memory lane to see some of the most iconic cars in film.
Iconic-Cars-Film-1.jpg
2 of 11
Who can forget the 1941 Lincoln where Sonny from The Godfather was shot dead?
Iconic-Cars-Film-2.jpg
3 of 11
The 1946 Ford Grease Lightning John Travolta drove in the iconic 70’s movie, Grease.
Iconic-Cars-Film-3.jpg
4 of 11
A yellow car seldom looks like a mobster’s, but Al Pacino’s 1963 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible sure did in Scarface.
Iconic-Cars-Film-4.jpg
5 of 11
Anyone who’s watched – or even heard of - The Graduate will recognize this 1966 Alfa Romeo Spider.
Iconic-Cars-Film-5.jpg
6 of 11
The car that made it through it all – the 1969 Mercedes Benz Cabriolet in The Hangover.
Iconic-Cars-Film-6.jpg
7 of 11
Probably one of the best scenes in the movie, Cruel Intentions, features this beauty - the Jaguar XK140 Roadster.
Iconic-Cars-Film-7.jpg
8 of 11
We had to include the 1974 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow from Casino.
Iconic-Cars-Film-8.jpg
9 of 11
While mobsters’ cars today include the likes of Ferraris and Lamborghinis, it was this pink 1979 Cadillac Coupe that proved fit in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas.
Iconic-Cars-Film-9.jpg
10 of 11
Speaking of Ferraris, the 550 Maranello in Bad Boys II had to get a spot on our list.
Iconic-Cars-Film-10.jpg
11 of 11
The 1969 Dodge Charger in the Dukes of Hazzard remains one of the favourite film cars to date.
Wed 09 Dec 2015 03:25 PM GST