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So, I was approached by Turo to share my favourite fictional cars from pop culture, and which ones would be awesome to drive in reality. This was such a fun post to put together, but now I’m annoyed that these cars don’t really exist!
My top 3 dream cars:
Mario Kart was the epitome of my childhood, and Mario’s kart was first car that popped into my head once I started thinking about fictional cars. What would make this car even better is if you could run over mushrooms for extra boosts. Or if it could release a parachute and you could fly! (I really want this now).
I’m sure everyone is thinking about the Batmobile as one of the best fictional cars and, while that’s true, I would want to drive the Lego version of the Batmobile, because the car can be transformed into anything. But I’ll only drive it if it comes with a little Lego Batman too.
The Munster’s Koach
Used in the T.V. series The Munsters, the Koach is one-third carriage, another third engine, and the last third awesome. I don’t care how many heads will turn if I drive around in the Koach, because it will be so worth it. Actually, I’d prefer to be the passenger in this case, so Herman Munster can drive me around.