Top 10 Super Cars for Superheroes

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Love them or hate them, comic books have become a staple of American society.

With their humble beginnings as wartime propaganda pieces, to their modern cinematic incarnations, the imaginative world of superheroes is a fun-filled force to be reckoned with.

Which leaves the average comic reader with a daunting question: What would the average comic book character drive in the real world?

10. The Incredible Hulk: Mercedes G500 4×4

A lumbering green goliath like the Incredible Hulk, who has uncontrollable strength (and a temper to match), needs something equally beastly to handle the abuse he will inevitably throw at it.

With a color scheme reminiscent of its owner, the G500 4×4 is destined to “smash” any obstacle in its way.

9. Silver Surfer: Glickenhaus SCG003

With a twin-turbo powered V6 pushing the lightweight carbon chassis forward, the Glickenhaus SCG003 is perfect for the famed silver superhero to surf around in.

Everything from the car’s interchangeable drivetrains, to its streamlined sleek styling, and more than appropriate paint scheme, lends itself to one of the most shiny aliens in the history of graphic novels.

8. Spider-Man: Ariel Atom

A winning web containing an open cockpit, sensationally nimble handling, surprising power, a super small frame, and the ability to rearrange anyone’s face, make the Ariel Atom an ideal set of wheels for old Spidey.

7. Iron Man: Lamborghini Aventador

Few superheroes have caught the attention of the American public more than the ever sarcastic, flashy, technological mastermind and billionaire Tony Stark.

While he doesn’t have any special powers per say, that shiny red suit of his more than makes up for any mortal inabilities that could hamper him from saving the day.

Plus, it has that Iron Man candy coated shell thing going for it right out of the gate.

Now, if only there were a way to put a jetpack on it and some rocket launchers…

6. Catwoman: Porsche Panamera Turbo S

Sleek, sensuous, and stunning to behold in person, the Panamera Turbo S slides onto the scene with feral feline finesse.

The car is undoubtedly stolen since Catwoman still is one of the world’s best master thieves, and witnesses to her are just a liability.

But instead she grants mercy, retracts her claws, and begins to pull ahead down the rain soaked streets of Gotham City.

There is no denying that those curvaceous lines make the Porsche Panamera one of the sexiest four-door cars of all time.

5. Wolverine: Kahn Design’s Flying Huntsman

Logan is most definitely the unkempt, outdoorsy type.

His love for strong cigars, flannel shirts, massive side burns, and all things rough and rugged give the typical comic reader a feeling that this guy probably feels more at home in the wilds of Alaska than in the confines of a car.

After all, his name is Wolverine. So when choosing an ideal automobile, Wolvie probably needs something that is going to handle anything he throws at it, including coolers full of cheap beer.

There’s a reason why Wolvie wants six wheels. One to match each one of his claws.

4. Superman: Ford GT

Look! On the Nurburgring! It’s a Ford! It’s a blur! It’s Superman!

Yeah, the man of steel wouldn’t settle for anything less than the best, and when it comes to cars, he wanted something to match his outfit.

But since the car does have a bit of a small cockpit let’s just hope that there’s a telephone booth near the scene of the crime — though let’s be honest, he probably prefers flying anyways.

3. Professor Xavier: Rinspeed XchangE

Nothing says Professor X more than this Tesla built by Swiss based Rinspeed.

Just like the telepath’s wheelchair, this car can drive itself, going where it has to without needing much help from its passengers.

And with more than 20 possible seating arrangements, the good professor can rest comfortably on his way to his latest book signing.

This vehicle has been branded as fully autonomous and has an adjustable steering wheel that can move from one side of the dash to the other when needed.

All the professor has to do now is hook it up to Cerebro.

2. Batman: McLaren 650S Le Mans

Brooding in the shadows, he waits for his prey.

Fully aware that evil never sleeps. But after beating the snot out of the likes of the Riddler, Crock, and Sandman, Bruce Wayne is ready to cruise home in style.

Sure, this nifty gadget is going to set Bruce’s bank account back about half a million when it goes on sale later this year, but isn’t that what being a billionaire playboy is all about?

1. Dr. Doom: Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

A mad scientist and sorcerer intent on harboring the downfall and enslavement of all mankind needs a set of wheels to match his personality.

So what could be more perfect for the ever villainous Dr. Doom than a 1,000 horsepower maniacal machine of unfathomable power?

Holding the world hostage most certainly makes it possible for Doom to afford any car he chooses, so the jaw-dropping sticker price is a moot point.

The Latverian-born mad man appreciates all things sinister, and a car that can outpace virtually anything on the market surely gives reason for Doom to sport a sinister grin behind that forged mask of his as he blasts down the Autobahn.

They are superheroes after all. So it only seems befitting that they have a set of wheels to match such an illustrious title.


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