Which Hollywood Car Should You Drive?

Are you more of an Ecto-1 kind of guy, or a time-traveling Delorean enthusiast? Take our quiz to learn which film car you were destined to drive.

Rain Turner
Created by Rain Turner
On Jan 28, 2015

Someone in front of you on the street drops their wallet, then zips away in a cab. What would you do?

What is your favorite color?

You suddenly notice there is no toilet paper in your stall. You're the only one in the bathroom. What do you do?

What is your ideal Saturday night?

Do you believe in ghosts?

Do you like to speed?

You have the chance to meet any creature. Real or fictional, dead or alive. Who/What is it?

Favorite kind of music?

Who you gonna call? The Ecto-1

Who you gonna call? The Ecto-1

Weee-AAAHHH Weeeee-AHHHH! The classic Ecto-1 siren is a sound you could sleep to. Like the loyal and kind Dr. Stanz, you could tinker under the hood any day of the week. As Winston, you're a thrill-seeker squealing through the mean streets of NYC on another ghost hunt. The joker in you is the Venkman of the bunch, and everyone loves your Egon-esque dry wit. Who ya gonna call? A souped-up hearse, that's who.

Hey Doc! It's the DeLorean DMC-12!

Hey Doc! It's the DeLorean DMC-12!

Since you're so resourceful, a car that runs on garbage seems just right for you. One that also travels time seems like a pretty decent value. With the dedication you have for friends and family, it makes sense that you'd attempt to go 0-88 mph in something as unreliable as a DeLorean; you'll do anything for your loved ones. Interestingly enough, the next year's model of this time-traveling wonder is actually a steam train. Boy won't they be surprised at the Detroit Auto Show next year?

Welcome to Jurassic Park ... In the 1993 Ford Explorer XLTs

Welcome to Jurassic Park ... In the 1993 Ford Explorer XLTs

Hey, let's go on a harmless tour that takes us back in time. You didn't get the Delorean, so you won't be saving your family, but there are dinosaurs aplenty! We may even get to see them kill Newman! Since you've got such an adventurous spirit, you're behind the wheel of a 1993 Ford Explorer XLTs. The Ford Explorer will be the only thing that stands between you and a plethora of renegade carnivores. Luckily, the sunroof of the Ford Explorer XLT is somehow strong enough to belay the jaws of a T-Rex.

The Batmobile

The Batmobile

You love to play the hero, but you've got that dark, sensitive side. If you had billions, you'd be a vigilante, cruising the mean streets of Gotham. We chose Clooney's Batmobile because Batman & Robin seemed like a devilish little surprise for you. Yes, you get to have the Batmobile, dear reader, but you have to deal with Arnold as Mr. Freeze. Sorry, buddy.

YeeHAW, it's the General Lee!

YeeHAW, it's the General Lee!

Who needs working doors when you've got a 1969 Dodge Charger? You're crafty, reliable, and you've got some wild oats to sow -and the Duke Boys just pulled up in the General Lee. Well, they aren't exactly stoppin', so just make a jump for the window and let's go see what that Daisy's up to! Hooooweeee!

K.I.T.T.

K.I.T.T.

You're a lone crusader for justice who tends to have little trust in others. When you do make a friend, a talking, crime-fighting car named K.I.T.T. is probably your best option. KITT would keep your attitude in check with sassy remarks and sudden stops. You may not know when to hit turbo, but when the dust clears, you somehow look cool in a black leather jacket and luxurious, flowing chest hair.

Garth's Mirth Mobile

Garth's Mirth Mobile

For you, it's always Friday, and it's always 10:30, and it's always time to party! You love hanging out with large groups of friends, and you have no problem with being the center of attention. In fact, you should probably have your own TV show.. Sometimes your plucky attitude can land you in a bit of trouble, but we could always go with the Scooby Doo ending, instead. Party on, Wayne!

The Flintmobile

The Flintmobile

Remember back in the old days when- no, we mean waaaaay back in the old days. Of course you do, because you're an old-fashioned kind of person. You have grounded morals, a down-to-earth sensibility, and you're always looking for a way to tap into nature. Powering your 2-ton car made of stone with your feet is one way to do that. People may accuse you of being quiet and reserved, but your closest friends know that you can rock. Get it? Rock?