10. Audi A8 W12 Quattro from Transporter 3 (2008)
Frank Martin’s job as cargo driver was made easier – and decidedly enviable! – with the Audi A8’s immense 6.0 litre engine.

9. DeLorean DMC-12 from Back to the Future (1985)
The rare sports coupé that was designed and built in Northern Ireland during the early 1980s became an instant icon after being used as the time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy.

8. Chevrolet Camaro from Transformers (2007)
Two yellow Chevrolet Camaros are featured in the film: an original 1977 model and the new 2009 Camaro concept. Both spectacularly transformed into the Autobot Bumblebee.

7. TVR Tuscan from Swordfish (2001)
Forget Halle Berry – the real head turner of the movie is this supercar! The TVR Tuscan hails from Britain, and with 298Kw and an ultra light fiberglass body, it’s a real monster.

6. Mini Cooper S from The Italian Job (2003)
Who would have thought that Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron and a few tiny Minis could be so entertaining? The Minis are small and fast, and easily manoeuverable on pavements and in the subway.

5. Audi S5 from Hitman (2007)
The stylish S5 is used by Agent 47 to get around Eastern Europe while fleeing from Interpol and the Russian military. The car doesn’t partake in any notable scenes, but the sheer beauty of it makes it a worthy distraction.

4. Aston Martin Vanquish from Die Another Day (2002)
Aside from its fantastic good looks, the Vanquish is a performance vehicle with a massive V12 engine. In true James Bond fashion, the Vanquish was tweaked and featured two target-seeking machine guns in the bonnet, as well as stealth capability.

3. Toyota Supra from The Fast and the Furious (2001)
Despite the entire movie revolving around hordes of Japanese tuner cars, the Supra stands out and epitomises racer culture. It was originally designed as the Japanese alternative to Europe’s Porsche, and proved to be very popular.

2. Batmobile from Batman Begins (2005)
Technically, it’s more a tank than a car, but it was driven on the road in this movie. Called The Tumbler and not the Batmobile in this movie, this ass kicking icon features missile launchers as well as auto cannons.

1. Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 “Eleanor” from Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
You need a special car to compete for attention with Angelina Jolie! The Mustang, complete with roaring V8, is an icon in the motoring fraternity. In the movie, Nicolas Cage drives a custom-built 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 – dubbed Eleanor – in a thrilling car chase scene.