Cartoon cars are amazing. They don’t have to abide by the laws we have to — which is a huge part of why we love them so much. These cars can do the impossible and that’s what makes them
Magic School Bus — The Magic School Bus
If school would have been like this, we would have paid more attention! The Magic School Bus could magically transport you to where/whatever you were learning that day. Better yet, you could even go inside the human body and fight off viruses yourself — you know, for learning purposes.
Nick Fury’s Flying Car — S.H.I.E.L.D.
Any car that can fly, we love — plus tt has hover wheels and a rocket launcher. What more could you want?
The Batmobile — Batman: The Animated Series
Batman has driven many Batmobiles over the years, but this is one of the slickest. This beast was loaded with machine guns, grappling hooks, and more armor than you could ever need. We can’t leave out the fact it was rocket-powered, too!
Flying Bubble Car — The Jetsons
Where we’re going, we don’t need no stinking roads. Especially if we are flying in the Jetsons’ bubble car. It might not have all the features and gadgets most cars on the list have, but this was the ultimate dream "car" growing up.
Vanellope’s Candy Car — Wreck It, Ralph
Everybody loves candy. So, everybody would love a candy car, right? While this car might not be the most practical, you at least won’t go hungry if it breaks down in the middle of nowhere.
Thunderhawk — M.A.S.K.
Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, or M.A.S.K. for short, was a typical ‘80s cartoon used to push toys on children. While the show wasn’t the greatest, the cars were amazing. Especially the Thunderhawk coupe with gull-wing doors.
Planet Express Ship — Futurama
Technically it’s not a car, but with Mars travel in our foreseeable future, the Planet Express Ship is what we hope the future of UPS and Fed-Ex will be like. Flying from planet to planet with ease — hopefully with Leela behind the wheel — now that’s what we really need!
Mach Five — Speed Racer
The Mach Five might have been every kid's favorite car. Even now, we still think it probably is. It was fast and dangerous, making us wish we were Speed for just one day.
Lightning McQueen — Cars
Lightning McQueen was modeled after a NASCAR race car, but there some hints of a Dodge Viper and Chevy Corvette mixed in. The car has to be badass if it’s going to be named after the ultimate champion, Steve McQueen.
The Gadgetmobile — Inspector Gadget
The Gadgetmobile could pretty much do it all; It has to be one of the most useful cars listed here. Transforming from minivan to car while driving is a feat that would turn heads on the highway.
Light Roadster — Tron: Uprising
The Light Roadster might not have the weapons like some other TRON vehicles, but it stands on its own all too well. It’s faster than a light jet, and can split in to two separate lightcycles with the push of a button.
Canyoner — The Simpsons
The Simpsons gave us the perfect representation of excess and waste with the Canyonero. Plus, any vehicle with a theme song by Hank Williams Jr. has to be good. “12 yards long, 2 lanes wide, 65 tons of American pride! Canyonero!”
Sterling Archer’s Dodge Challenger — Archer
Archer receives this decked out car as a birthday gift from his mother. The Challenger is completely bulletproof, has secret weapons that shoot out the rear, and even contains a a minibar in the glove box! While drinking and driving is completely illegal, such a deluxe feature would only be made available to Archer.
Ecto-1 — Ghostbusters
The cartoon Ecto-1 bears an exact same look as the movie version. This Cadillac hearse is one of the coolest cars out there. Plus, the cartoon version was able to do way more insane stunts than in the movie.