The Uncoolest Cars In Movie History

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Hot cars and cool movies go hand in hand. And, long before product endorsements, car buyers would often say, “I gotta have that model because it was in a movie I love” while at the dealership. But, there have been some notable exceptions. Some of the cars on this list are undoubtedly cool. It’s just the circumstances they appear under which make them some of the uncoolest cars in movie history. Let’s have a look under the hood…
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Volvo C30

The Volvo C30 is a cool car. What makes it uncool in the Twilight franchise is the lame way cross promotional ads for the vehicle included shots of Robert Pattinson, in full makeup, selling the vehicle around the world. Team Edward took a big hit…
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Mercury Marquis Brougham Coupe

What worked for Kojak definitely backfired for Uncle Buck. Maybe it was because his model looked like it was picked up at a police auction? That’s gotta be it…
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1959 Fiat 500 N

Not much could save The Rum Diary, one of Johnny Depp’s rare miscues. And it certainly wasn’t this car, which was always acknowledged as a pretty lame automobile. Even when it was new…
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2016 Jeep Renegade

There’s nothing uncool about a Jeep Renegade. Except that Batman would never be caught dead in one. And Bruce Wayne wouldn’t even consider this poor man’s SUV as one of the awesome vehicles in his arsenal from the film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
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2015 Tartan Prancer

So lame is the car that stands in for the original National Lampoon’s Vacation family wagon it’s not even real. Albania doesn’t make cars and this one would be laughed out of the country, even if it did…
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Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

Everything breaks down in Planes, Trains and Automobiles, especially the plans of the two stars trying to make it home for Christmas. But, it’s hard to beat a LeBaron for lameness. Unless it was previously owned by John Voit…
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Assan Motors Sport Sedan

There’s only one good thing to say about this car from Gung Ho! It fell apart at just the right moment to make one of the most memorable sight gags in movie history…
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The Shaggin’ Wagon

This van from Dumb And Dumber is actually pretty cool. For driving around town. But, the minute the boys get on the road to Aspen, it was time to trade up for something a little more reliable…
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Ford Taurus

Days Of Thunder basically sucked. But, the scene in which Tom Cruise’s character gets behind the wheel of a Ford Taurus is one of the lamest in movie history Even for rabid NASCAR fanatics…
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