It's the dream that is so close, thanks to today's tech companies, but some cars, whether it be by technological or supernatural means have a mind of their own - and will get you to your final destination a whole lot quicker than anything Google have made so far! From top to bottom: • Herbie, the 1963 Volkswagen Beetle who helped Jim Douglas become a racing champion - From The Love Bug and its sequels • KITT – the pedantic and cautious AI installed in a customized 1982 Pontiac Trans-Am as driven by Michael Knight in Knight Rider • Christine - The murderous 1958 Plymouth Fury Coupe possessed by the vengeful spirit of her former owner • Johnny Cab - Total Recall's Johnny Cab will take you wherever you need to go and will provide you with some simple small talk along the way. Just don't try to doge the fare or you're in for a nasty surprise.
Tags: sharon-stone, arnold-schwarzenegger, arnie, mars, taxi
Four customised or concept cars from film and TV which are just too futuristic to be real... or are they...? From top to bottom: • Automan's digitally constructed Autocar which could take corners at right angles, travel at impossible speeds and pass straight through solid obstacles - based on the Lamborghini Countach LP400 • The self driving Lexus 2054 as used by John Anderton to escape from his pursuers in Minority Report • The Durango 95 (in reality a M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16 Concept Car) as stolen by Alex and his Droogs in A Clockwork Orange • Detective Del Spooner's Audi RSQ (with spherical wheels for better turning) from iRobot
Tags: robot, three-laws-of-robotics, isaac-asimov, will-smith, irobot
Why drive when you can fly? Four iconic flying cars from four great films. From top to bottom: • DeLorean DMC-12 from Back To The Future • Korben Dallas' taxicab from The Fifth Element • Caractacus Potts' adapted racing car, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang • Arthur Weasley's enchanted Ford Anglia 105E Deluxe from Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets
Tags: arthur-weasley, magic, ford-anglia, chamber-of-secrets, harry-potter
The Logo was first seen in Star Trek the original series episode 'Mirror Mirror'. An alternate universe, where the Federation is a Military Dictatorship. It made an impressive reappearance in Star Trek: Enterprise double episode 'A Mirror Darkly' Other versions will be available soon. Eagle eyed fans will notice this as a Eurasian version. The original American continent and Enterprise global designs are in post production.
Tags: sci-fi, science-fiction, enterprise, trekkie, mirror-mirror
The A-Team, Knight Rider, Back To The Future, Ghostbusters: Most boys who grew up in the 80s loved these shows and movies - the excitement, the moments of comedy, the thrills, the stunts but, let's face it, the cars were the coolest thing! Who didn't ask their dad to fit a flashing red light to the front of their car or pretend their BMX was the A-Team Van? Four iconic cars from a fantastic era for screen vehicles!
Tags: a-team-van, delorean, ecto1, kitt, cars
Do you love Sci-Fi? Who doesn't? Whether it's Star Trek or Star Wars... WHO CARES?!? It's all the same right?!? Wear your Star-Whatever love proudly with this new, never before seen Star Wars/Trek logo shirt. I don't know which one it is. What does it matter.
Tags: star-wars, darth-vader, sci-fi, han-solo, science-fiction