Film Stars & Their Cars (Infographic)

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Have you ever wondered what your favorite movie star drives?

How about how many Hollywood actors drive a Prius? It was all the craze a few years ago, after all.

What about the stars of your favorite car movies? Does Nicolas Cage from Gone in 60 Seconds really drive a kick ass muscle car? How about Ryan Gosling – “The Driver” from the excellent 2011 flick Drive? Does he really roll around at 150 mph in a Mustang GT like in the film? Does Johnny Depp really drive the Black Pearl around Sunset Blvd?

VCars just put together an infographic showing which actors and actresses drive what cars, shown on a scale of Net Worth vs. Price of Car.

A few interesting trends:

– Audi is the most popular car make

– The Prius has far too many famous drivers (over 70 Hollywood big names)

– George Clooney drives a Tango 600 – a small, ugly, and ridiculously expensive electric commuter car also driven by Sergey Brin and Larry Page from Google

Here’s the full infographic:

So, one of my favorite film drivers (Gosling in Drive) doesn’t drive a muscle car, he drives a Prius (sigh…)

But, Cage drives a freaking Ferrari Enzo, that’s pretty badass I guess.

What do you think, are you happy or disappointed by any of these? Not give a damn? Let us know below.

About The Author

I founded Automoblog.net in May of 2006 to share my love of cars. My favorites include the Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 VT and Koenigsegg CCX, and I think the Ferrari 360 Spider is still one of the sexiest cars in existence. For “normal” cars, I like imports - Nissan, Audi, Subaru... I love my Pearl Yellow (don't judge) 1990 Nissan 300ZX TT and plan to get it to around 550 HP one day. I'm also an avid world traveler and love rock climbing.

1 Comment on "Film Stars & Their Cars (Infographic)"

  1. Robert Cipriano

    Wow! Great information! Didn’t know that leonardo is driving just a prius. What humble dude! Well, I envy Bradd Pitt for his Camaro SS. I wish to drive one someday.
    One thing I’m worried about the Camaro is its suspension. I heard that it’s a little bumpy when its not loaded. http://roberts.com.ph

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