9 Marvelous Fictional Vehicles you Wish were yours
Driver or rider, everyone has had dreams of staring a Ferrari right at its exquisite, sleek bod whilst touching its cold, shiny metal parts without a swarm of judgmental eyes shot at him. While for some a Ferrari is as reachable as they can get, some go for the gold—fictional gold. Here are vehicles born of the mind you just wish were yours:
Flying Ford Anglia
Who wouldn’t want a turquoise, near-vintage car that drives, flies, and disappears altogether? Although Harry and Ron were bittersweet about their experience in the car, remember that it was Dobby who ruined it. The Weasleys’ Flying Ford Anglia is still a car to dream of having—and disappearing with.
Two words: time travel. Case closed.
The dark knight has some mean moves under his cave, but what you really love about The Caped Crusader are his wheels—admit it. The sleek black paint and sick body kit are the icing to its cake of being able to run up walls and blast firepower. The cherry on top? If you’re tired of driving on four wheels, then hop onto its equally awesome motorcycle version. Now who wants camouflage, speed, and fight all in one vehicle? You do.
The 5th Generation Light Cycle
You’ve seen it in “Tron: Legacy”, and you immediately developed a lust to drive it. You love that it’s a beauty that plays hard to get. While other bikes have clutch, brake, and acceleration controls, the light cycle depends solely on the rider’s movement. You’ve got mad skills if you know how to maneuver this sexy beast.
Gru’s Evil Machine
Since you’re more of a meanie than a sweetie, I know this machine is the stuff of your fantasies. The big, ironclad, and especially menacing machine may not be frightening enough to pierce hearts until they’re completely dried out of any blood, but it has the right amount of evil to most certainly annoy everyone until they’re dried out of their patience—and then send them with shotguns right at your doorstep.
While Gru’s looks like an overgrown tadpole with rocket launchers, Vector’s looks like a lollipop attached to a fan. Though it looks weird, you see ingenuity in its design, and that means you’re as much of a visionary as Vector. Besides, it’s the coolness factor that matters, and Vector’s airship has a lot of it. Aside from being able to fly, this mad airship breathes fire!
Ecto-1 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor
One, it’s a classic caddy. Two, it’s a ghost buster. All in all, it’s a whole lot of cool in an old car. Downside for you is that it steals every spotless it comes across with.
A Camaro/ fighter robot that speaks and sings through the radio? Sign me up! With you driving Bumblebee, you have a potential best friend / bodyguard in a car. How awesome is that? I mean, aside of course from the fact that it’s a transforming alien super machine. Oh, and let’s not forget that it’s a Camaro, which only means one thing: it gets all the girls.
This—is—it. The one vehicle to rule them all. A battle station the size of the moon, carrying an army of Stormtroopers, and armed with a superlaser that can destroy whole planets, the Death Star is the ultimate weaponized vehicle you can use to rule planets—or destroy them.
The fictional world is too cruel, hogging all of these vehicles in its realm. How about giving us just one, huh? Please! Help our world totally suck less.
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