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Films That Destroyed Supercars

Introduction

Expensive vehicles pay a painful price in films. no matter what type of film it is, they pay a price. Lamborghini Miura B400 was in the original Italian Job. This car was so valuable, they didn’t crash it. Instead, they found an already wrecked car and used it. This car it is one of the most famous lamborghinis of that time.

The DeLorean DM C 12 is one. This car made it's debut in the movie back to the future. Unfortunately, the movie came out too late to help the company. They went bankrupt in 1982. In addition, this vehicle was destroyed. This happened in real life but was saved. Saved and sold for a half $1,000,000 in 2011. This car in general is regularly sold for as much as $50,000. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the car. A new electric one of these maybe in the works.

The Ferrari 250 GT California. This car was used in the movie Ferris bueller’s day off. In the film, the car that’s destroyed wasn’t actually a Ferrari car. It was an American made replica that was built in 1985 and three of those replicas were built for the film. One of those replicas was destroyed in the movie. The other that survived that survived and was sold for $396,000. There is an expensive price these cars pay in movies.

Casino Royal

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The Aston Martin DB S was in Casino Royale. James Bond saw a new lead Daniel Craig. This car is a high performance GT sports car.
The DBS replaces the 2004 Ashton Martin Vanquish S as the flagship of the marque. It was seen first in 2007. Delivery started the next year.


• 6.0 L, 48-Valve V12 Engine
• 510 Horsepower 6500 rpm
• 0-60 MPG in 4.2 Seconds
• 191 mph
• 3,740 lb


One of the most interesting scenes of the acid modern was when we saw it flip seeing James Bond in such a dangerous accident made us feel like maybe we’re gonna lose him making us fearful for his life it is said that the car was so well balanced that they couldn’t get it to roll they had to install a Canon underneath it so they can capture the scene of the accident I mean they call these cars super cars for a reason

Batman Begins

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Lamborghini murcielago. This car was in the Batman begin series. Bruce Wayne, Christian Bale, wrecked the car. Fortunately, he was wealthy enough that he probably didn’t sweat it. He wrecked his Lamborghini Murcia Lago in another Batman movie. The Lamborghini murcielago was one of the most famous cars in the mid 2000s. It was as was one of the most popular. See Bruce Wayne destroy a car that many would think of as a dream car was very interesting. These cars at the time were worth around $315,000.


  • 12 Cylinder, 6-2 liter Engine
  • 580 Horsepower
  • Gear Box
  • 0-62 mph in 3.8 seconds
  • Max Speed of 198 mph


In the film Bruce Wayne (Bale) would drive around in this car during his private life. He never used it when he fought crime. The car was pretty natural for the billionaire playboy. The perfection of the doors opening matched the hero. That is how his cape opened.

Doctor Strange

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The Lamborghini huracan. Lamborghini cars are for the millionaire playboys. Doctor Steven Strange was just that. He drove this in the film. That was until he totally wrecked it.


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• V10 Engine 5.2 L Engine
• 610 Horse Power
• 0-60 mph in 3.2 Seconds
• 200 mph


At that time, it was valued at a time at $240,000. Additionally,it was said the Lamborghini gave marvel a replica to destroy. It’s a car that is tailor made for a hero.

Fast N Furious

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W Motors Lyman hyper sport Indian installment of the fast furious franchise Dom toretto drove $1,000,000 hypercar between two skyscrapers. Before it crashed out of the window it was beautiful.

  • 3.7 l Twin Turbo-Charged Engine
  • 2 Door Coupe
  • 2,625 mm Wheelbase
  • 4,480 mm Length
  • 1,944 mm Width
  • 1,170 mm Height


In this film, the filmmakers were confused. They could not make up their minds. A multi-million dollar car just crashed. The diamond filled headlights contributed to it's price tag. Only seven were for sale and one was in this film.

Need For Speed

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The Lamborghini sesto elemento was used in the need for speed movie. Most people think that the stunts used in the movie were computer generated. According to the director of need for speed every car in the movie was real.


• Extreme lightweight
• 2,202 Lb Curb Weight
• V10 Engine
• 0-60 in 2.5 Seconds
• Carbon Fiber Coat
• All Wheel Drive


There were only three cars of this model in existence during that time. So it was very dangerous to do the stunt. The producers were given CAD car blueprints. They had to sign a non-disclosure agreement handed out by the car manufacturers. A few million dollars of the budget for the movie went into the wrecking of the expensive cars. The movie earned 203 million which is a good profit

Conclusion

Porsche 917 Steve McQueen is perhaps best known for his famous car chase and bullet his 1971 vanity project lemon which featured McQueen driving a Porsche 917 isn’t so well known racing cars in general are always more expensive than the luxury cars many of these cars also require private track did a lot of millionaires are not able to afford even though in the movie The car gets destroyed it is a dummy car and As for the film it almost bankrupt McQueen since the film was a complete flop this Porsche 917 sold for $14 million in 2017

The Aston Martin DBS puts the word Super in supercar. In the film Casino Royale it defines it very well. This car was apart of the most interesting scenes in film. Martin was flip over in a dangerous accident. The car was so well balanced that they couldn’t get it. They had to install a Canon underneath. That was so they can capture the scene of the accident.

Lamborghini sesto elemento in the movie need for speed. The stunts in the movie looked computer generated. The director assured us that wasn't true. Every car in the movie was real. Only three cars of this model in existence so it was very dangerous to do the stunt. The producers were given CAD car blueprints. Soon after, they had to sign a non-disclosure agreement handed out by the car manufacturers. Rumor has it, a few million dollars of the budget for the movie went into the wrecking of the expensive cars but in the end the budget was 66 million and the movie earned 203 million.

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