Wednesday, August 13, 2014


If your dream superhero power is a cloak of invisibility or super strength, you're probably going spend your life feeling a little inadequate. However, you may be able to absorb one of your favor superhero's attributes  you super fan by buying the same car

A new Batmobile is on the way for 2016's Batman vs Superman film, but there a few more other superheroes drive cars there own rock and roll car on the movies.

Iron Man's with his heavy metal car Honda Known as the Acura NSX roadster in the US, Tony Stark's vehicle of choice from the 2012 Avengers film was created uniquely for the film. It is based upon the actual NSX but is not set to make the production line. 

However, Iron Man fans could consider some of his other cars - in the first Robert Downey Jr film from 2008, Stark has a little trouble getting to grips with his Iron Man suit in his garage and an AC Cobra, among other vehicles, took the brunt. Ouch - fortunately only a replica was used for filming. Parked next to the Cobra was a sleek Saleen S7 - with a 200mph plus top speed, it's certainly a superhero-worthy mode of transport. Alternatively, at one point in the film, Stark is seen working on a Ford Flathead Roadster hot rod.

The Black Widow's Corvette
In this year's Captain America: Winter Soldier, the Black Widow, as played by Scarlett Johansson, is seen driving a Corvette C7 Stingray - appropriately enough, it's black.

The Green Hornet's Black Beauty
Black Beauty in the 2011 film of 'The Green Hornet' took some serious punishment, shot with more holes than a chunk of Edam. 29 Imperial Crowns played the role of Black Beauty in the film.

The Punisher's Pontiac GTO
Played by Thomas Jane in the 2004 film version, our hero builds himself an armoured muscle car, the Pontiac GTO, to help him take revenge upon those who killed his family. A previous film version starring Dolph Lundgren, put the Punisher on a motorbike, but the GTO is much cooler.The historians toiling in Motor Trend's windowless basement tell us that "GTO" stands for "Gran Turismo Omologato," which apparently is Italian for "goat." Or something like that. Anyway, you may recall that it was two score years ago that Pontiac, with a pre-DeLorean John DeLorean calling the shots, plopped a hulking Bonneville V-8 engine into a compact 

Tempest body to create the original GTO (well, okay, the name actually first appeared on a vehicle from a faraway carmaker that rhymes with "Pherrari," but let's not let that get in the way of a good story). The GTO's Schwarzenegger-engine-in-a- Hugh-Grant-body formula was an instant hit and, for the rest of the 1960s, an ever-more socially irresponsible breed of so-called musclecars painted America's streets with the ribbonlike remnants of their tortured rear tires.

Transformers Corvette
Chevrolet likes to preview its new concepts in Transformers films - first the latest Camaro was introduced in concept form in the 2007 film, while in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' in 2009,General Motors announced the surprise debut of the Chevrolet Stingray Concept at the Chicago Auto Show on Wednesday, February 11, 2009. The car appears in the film “Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen,” as the vehicle mode of Autobot “Sideswipe.” .  but also draws on Corvette heritage cues from other generations. It brings them together in a futuristic shape that seems to be equal parts racecar and space ship. the new Camaro began as a “pure concept” without production ambitions, so it’s possible this Corvette has some kind of future. For now, though, the show car’s purpose in life is to celebrate 100 years of motoring history at GM, and of course, fight evil as “Sideswipe” in Revenge of the Fallen. As always, reception will be an important factor in production consideration.

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