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->''"Captain Hammer threw a car at my head."''
-->-- '''Dr. Horrible''', ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog''

Sometimes, the best weapon you could possibly use isn't the one you hold, it's the one you drive. Which kind of makes sense, considering that getting hit by at least a metric ton of metal moving at several tens of kilometers per hour is bound to be painful.

Automobiles are, in fact, one of the most efficient killing machines on the surface of the planet. [[note]]Unless there's a war going on in your country, cars kill more people there annually than any other non-disease source. But they're still way behind firearms if you count deaths in war.[[/note]] Being killed by a car is a very common cause of DeathByOriginStory. How he/she was killed? Car accident. How convenient.

Car Fu is when someone, generally the hero but not exclusively so, uses the car (or van, or bus, etc.) they're driving as a large, improvised, moving weapon. More often than not, it's in an attempt to [[RammingAlwaysWorks mow down the bad guys]], but sometimes it's a bid to make them scatter in an attempt to avoid getting run over.

In a rarer form, Car Fu can also include a car being ''thrown'' as a weapon. Or [[ImprovisedWeapon used as a giant club]]. This version is most often used by superheroes. While rarer than the conventional form, within superhero stories it's quite common...despite the fact that anybody who's actually strong enough to throw a car faster than it can drive is probably strong enough to not need the car.

May be part of a VehicularCombat, and a particularly effective maneuver [[TheJaywalkingDead against zombies]]. If done with ships or spaceships, it's RammingAlwaysWorks. If the car is rigged to explode on impact, it's a MolotovTruck; if it just happens to do so, it's EveryCarIsAPinto. For murder attempts with heavy machinery, see ForkliftFu. Compare WeaponizedCar when your car can attack with attached weapons instead of just ramming.

Compare with ToyotaTripwire. Contrast with PedestrianCrushesCar. See also InvincibleClassicCar.



* A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KChkQfbABQ commercial for the 2014 Nissan Rogue]] opens on a city being terrorized by [[RuleOfFunny a horde of living snowmen]].[[note]]A [[VisualPun literal "snowpocalypse"]] perhaps?[[/note]] One driver [[DynamicEntry bursts in with his Nissan]] and proceeds to [[RammingAlwaysWorks run over]] [[FoeTossingCharge several snowmen]] before rescuing a bunch of stranded citizens and driving off.
** This theme was revisited in a commercial for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQq0XMuxmqA the 2017 Nissan Rogue,]] where a group of drivers in their Nissans faced off against ''[[ZergRush an entire army]]'' of living snowmen.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' sets the tone of how tough the Boomers are when the driver of the AD Police's [[AwesomePersonnelCarrier Armored Personnel Carrier]] attempts it in the opening chase scene. The Boomer, from its position pinned between a brick wall and a giant truck, effortlessly breaks free and flips the truck.
* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'': Roberta, the {{Meido}}/{{Franchise/Terminator}}, who somehow manages to drive a car over the roofs of several buildings and land on the protagonists' car -- and ''keep running after them''. [[ImplacableMan Implacable Woman]], indeed.
* In the last episode of ''Anime/{{Daimos}}'', Kazuya uses the truck form of the {{Super Robot|Genre}} to smash his way through a hallway protected by laser guns in an attempt to reach the control room at the end.
* In ''Manga/DeathNote'', Soichiro Yagami commandeers an armored police car and rams it into the main lobby of Sakura TV to gain access into the building without the Second Kira seeing his face. [[BadassGrandpa And does this shortly after being admitted to the hospital because of a heart attack]].
-->'''L''': Well, that's certainly one way to do it...
* The final episode of ''[[LightNovel/KureNai Kure-nai]]'' features Car Fu in the snow. Even better, it ends with the driver, Benika, calling attention to her parking.
* The final episode of ''Crystal Blaze''. Akira and his brother Shu jets a car off a building top to collide with a helicopter. Just before the impact, they dive out from it, and one of Shu's bullets sets the car on fire, causing a mighty collision explosion. Naturally, just before it happens, Akira drops a comment about how such kinds of things [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall only ever happens in movies]].
* Almost every major character does this in ''Manga/SilentMobius''. It's not all that effective since they're usually fighting interdimensional aliens with magical powers.
* ''Anime/RidingBean'' (the effective {{Pilot}} for ''Manga/GunsmithCats''):
** Bean Bandit gets a security guard who [[BerserkButton calls his car a piece of shit]] by pinning him to a tree with his front tire, nearly running him over up the trunk, then using the tire to ''scrape him off the trunk and over the car''. If you're wondering how the hell Bean can do that, keep in mind his car is ''[[CoolCar absurdly]]'' modified, and built that he can turn the wheels 90 degrees and drive that way.
** Subverted later in the OAV where the BigBad tries to ram an on-foot Bean with her car. What does Bean do? He ''shoulder-checks it head-on and lifts it right off its front wheels''! Did we mention that Bean is ''[[MadeOfIron REEEEALLY]]'' [[MadeOfIron tough?]]
* Done very humorously in the end of ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' where Isaac and Miria are [[DrivesLikeCrazy driving like crazy]] and take the time to purposely run down Dallas Genoard and his gang, people who were threatening their friends. They also accidentally run down Szilard, who is pretty much the BigBad of the show. ...And then back up and [[ButtMonkey hit]] [[JerkAss Dallas]] again.
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', CowardlySidekick Yoki runs down the homunculus Pride and gloats about proving himself useful.
* ''Anime/SailorMoon'':
** Sailors Moon, Mercury, and Mars are using ''Plane Fu'' on Jadeite [[InTheNameOfTheMoon in an attempt to kill him]] to stop him from burning Tokyo to the ground. It starts with him magically animating the planes to run ''them'' over, but Mars makes the spell backfire and target him instead by sticking one of her {{Paper Talisman}}s to him. Arguably veers into ForkliftFu territory.
** Haruka and Michiru make their badassery known on a motorcycle in their debut episode (as themselves, at least).
** In a villainous example, Eudial of the Witches 5 almost always confronted the Victim of the Week using this method.
* ''Anime/{{Karas}}'' has the title characters doing things in their plane and tank forms that should ''not'' be possible.
* This listing is not complete without mentioning ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku''. "Land rover attack!"
* ''Anime/GaReiZero'' features Natsuki Kasuga using her motorcycle as a weapon against demons.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'': Celty's very first action is to wedge some poor bastard's face in between a parking complex column and the front wheel of her motorcycle.
** More commonly done by Shizuo who uses any vehicle he can find around as a weapon or a shield, usually by throwing or kicking it around.
* ''VideoGame/FZero'': In the first episode of the anime, resident psychopath Zoda gets into a high speed car chase with main protagonist Rick Wheeler/Ryu Suzaku. What does Zoda do? He uses a machine gun to saw off his car door which then hurtles backwards and crashes through Rick's/Ryu's windshield.
* Done ridiculously literal in ''Manga/KongohBancho''. [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/kongou_banchou/c001/30.html There are passengers so he doesn't swing the car though.]]
* ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'':
** In one episode of the TV series, Asurada GSX collides with Smith's helicopter which was followed by Bootsvorz performing a HeelFaceTurn by crashing his Missioner VR-4 into his evil boss' said helicopter, killing Smith in the process.
** At the climax of the [[BloodSport Fireball]] crash race competition, Kaga, seemly retired in the middle of the race, [[BigDamnHero appears and crashes head first into the race leader]], allowing Hayato to get a victory.
* ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' takes this trope UpToEleven with Chuck and Fastener battling with See-Through and G-String inside and ''up the side'' of Daten High. Chuck and Fastener are ''pets''.
* ''Manga/Area88'': [[IntrepidReporter Rocky]] takes out a tank by ramming it with a Jeep in the manga. [[spoiler:He survives, but loses an arm and an eye.]]
* In ''Manga/UntilDeathDoUsPart'', one character's entire style of fighting is pretty much just "hit opponents with souped-up motorcycle".
* ''Manga/HighschoolOfTheDead'': Shizuka can't use guns very well. Fortunately, she is skilled in the arts of vehicular homicide.
* Almost always done in ''Anime/SupercarGattiger'' when the team combines their Machines into the eponymous vehicle.
* In ''Anime/TransformersArmada'', Megatron's first appearance has him giddily chasing small children in a tank-like alt-mode. Then you hear a 18-wheeler truck's horn and Optimus Prime rams into Megatron's side. Their first Earth battle thus begins. Megatron learns his lesson and stays behind the front lines where his Decepti-behind belongs.
* Does Tank Fu count? Because in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamMSIgloo'', the Mobile Weapon Hildorfr, when its cannon and transforming arms have failed, will fire a lateral shot to lift one of its sides and smash right into a nearby Zaku with the full brunt of its 220 metric-ton self.
* The first OVA of ''LightNovel/AiNoKusabi'' has Riki performing Bike Fu in his BigDamnHero [[BigEntrance Entrance]] into a squad of police cars to save his old gang.
* '''All over the place''' in ''Anime/SpeedRacer''.
* ''Anime/MekakucityActors'': Episode 4; 12-year-old girl vs a speeding truck. RealityEnsues. [[spoiler:[[GroundhogDayLoop And that's just the start for poor Hibiya and Hiyori...]]]]
* Homura from ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' at one point tries to destroy [[EldritchAbomination Walpurgisnacht]] by driving a fuel tanker up the arch of a bridge and leaping off, sending it slamming directly into the witch's face, with explosive results. [[NoSell It's completely ineffective]].
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' features a slightly unusual and milder example with a Pokémon battle that takes place in the back of a large trailer truck being driven by James of Team Rocket. At one notable point in the battle when Ash's Pokémon are about to attack Jessie's Pokémon and Meowth, James announce "TURN ATTACK" and makes a very sudden swerving movement, causing Ash's Pokémon to lose their footing and slam hard against the side of the truck's interior walls, taking some damage in the process.
* In ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' . [[spoiler: DIO infamously uses a steamroller in stopped time to attempt to kill Jotaro during the final battle in Stardust Crusaders.]]

[[folder:Asian Animation]]
* In ''Animation/RimbaRacer'' half the racers' vehicles are armed to some extent, though admittedly with nothing more lethal than EMP or ramming spikes.

[[folder:Card Games]]
* In ''Jyhad'' (a.k.a. ''TabletopGame/VampireTheEternalStruggle''), the Card Game, there is an attack card named "Well Aimed Car".
* The comedic Lovecraftian game ''Creatures and Cultists'' has a Big Honkin' Truck as an attack card that is capable of wiping out three targets in a single charge.
* ''TabletopGame/ZombieFluxx'' has the Car, one of many Keepers that can be used to kill zombie Creepers if the right New Rule card is in play.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' plays with this one. After a not very successful attempt at the superpowered version in Volume 1 (see below), Emp later defeats a supervillain who's already flattened the other Superhomeys by running him down with a large SUV, at 110 km/h -- and noting that to be more effective than simply throwing a car. Sadly, the others are out cold and she gets no credit for the knockout. The author even refers to this trope on the back of the book jacket as "Hummer Fu".
* ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'': After a messy fight with his new friend Jesse and seemingly parting ways for good, Cassidy learns that Jesse's life is in danger and tries to save him by ramming his pick-up truck into the [[BadassLongcoat Saint]] [[ImplacableMan of]] [[NighInvulnerability Killers]] at full speed. The Saint ''[[NoSell doesn't even flinch]]''.
-->'''Sheriff Root:''' Ugly fella there just drove a truck into you. Ain't you pissed at him at all?\\
'''Saint of Killers:''' ''[nonchalantly]'' I'll get to him.
* ''Comicbook/{{Nextwave}}'': ComicBook/ElsaBloodstone provides an excellent example when she drives her jeep into the face of an eight-foot car-eating cyborg. [[StuffBlowingUp Then she blows it up]].
* Franchise/{{Batman}} loves this one.
** Often, he's used the Batmobile to take down someone he can't beat (or who would be extremely difficult to beat) hand to hand, by either using its various weapons or by simply running them down. A prominent example is when he used this to blast Amazo into the Gotham Bay.
** Another example, in ''Comicbook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'', is Batman using the Batmobile to slice through a police vehicle, defying the laws of physics and sheer common sense. This made [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]'s Top 15 WTF Moments List.
** Batman used this to save his life after a Franchise/{{Predator}} brought him to the brink of death.
* ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'':
** In (original) ''Deadpool'' #6, Weasel makes a big entrance by driving an ambulance in through a window and slamming into Animus.
** In (Vol 2) ''Deadpool'' #12, he dodges a RPG shot from Bullseye by opening his Monstertruck's windows, letting the shell fly through without hitting (which makes Bullseye admit that this was "#@$%ing awesome"), then parks on Bulleye's legs and pulls out a Chainsaw for the final.
* ''Comicbook/AtomicRobo'' is very aware of the effectiveness of a Buick for clearing out giant ants, or whatever other bit of mad science you might have to deal with. In fact, cars are 'scientifically proven' to be one of the most efficient monster destroying weapons in his universe.
* In ''Comicbook/TheWalkingDead'', when The Governor is desperate to win against the title characters, he orders the Bradley Fighting Vehicle to smash through the prison fences. Though the Woodbury Army wins the battle shortly afterward, with the fences gone, zombies tear through all the survivors.
* ''[[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Spike: After the Fall]]'': Spike rams a truck at pretty-faced demon Non. The truck loses.
* In ''Comicbook/SinCity: The Big Fat Kill'', when Dwight tells Dallas they're going to stop the car with the mercenaries who have Jackie Boy's head, her nerves are so shot she slams on the gas and rams into it. To her credit, it does do an admirable job of stopping the other car.
* Long before ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'', Comicbook/{{Psylocke}} had the bright idea of driving a truck into the Juggernaut. It barely even slowed him down, but ripping open the cab left him a sitting duck for her psychic attack.
** And before Psylocke, we have Franchise/SpiderMan, who rammed a big rig filled with gas into the Juggernaut. STILL didn't faze him one bit.
* ''Comicbook/MiracleMan'' uses and somewhat averts this by having the eponymous hero throw cars at the BigBad, Kid Miracle Man. The cars still have people in them.
* In their first fight, Comicbook/{{Paperinik|NewAdventures}} smashed his [[CoolCar Pi-kar]] several times into [[SuperSoldier Trauma]]. It barely [[NighInvulnerability slowed him down ]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Robin|Series}}'': On the Redbird's first outing it got knocked off the road into a ditch by a cop using a pit maneuver who mistook Robin for one of the car-jackers he was chasing. Later the Redbird's effectiveness in car chases and fights, especially with tougher metahuman opponents, was established quite well and it was eventually destroyed in a fight. As was the second one.
* The ''Comicbook/MenInBlack'' comic was more like ''Series/TheXFiles'' than [[Film/MenInBlack the movie series]]. They fought aliens, demons... weirder things. In one of them, J is attacked by a crow-man and yells to K (in the car) to shoot it.
-->'''K:''' Why would I use my gun when I'm behind the wheel of the deadliest weapon man has ever invented?
* In ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}: Ankha's Revenge'', Carrie pilots one of the flying discs into Ankha, knocking her away from Meriem.
* In ''The Demon Annual'' #2, the demon ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} and an alien powerhouse brawl in the street, swinging at each other with cars -- neither bothering to let the people out first.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In Bat In The Sun productions' fan film ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iisSWr1Pf0c Batman vs. Killer Croc and Poison Ivy]]'', Batman has the remote-controlled Batmobile slam into Killer Croc.
* In the ''[[Literature/{{Gate}} Gate - Thus the JSDF Fought There]]'' fan fiction ''FanFic/HereWeGoAgain'', the US Marines' tanks are frequently used to run over and crush the Empire's warriors. In one instance, the NewMeat tank driver refuses to do so on his first battle, endangering the crew.
* ''Fanfic/CyclesUponCycles'': Shepard develops a new light vehicle called the Piranha, but the first time it's deployed it doesn't have any ammo, so Shepard just rams Saren with it.
* ''Fanfic/BlackCrayons'' series: In one of the installments ''A Child's Innocence'', [[spoiler: [[ActionGirl Mikaela Banes]] hotwires a police car, backs into a Decepticon and then drives it up a piece of debris used as a ramp, getting out at the last moment, the car then goes into the air and then lands on another Decepticon]].
* ''Fanfic/GuardiansWizardsAndKungFuFighters'': During the fight against the [[DemonicPossession Oni mask-possessed]] Lothar in Chapter 7, Uncle and Tohru run him over in their car.
* In the second ''Fanfic/HalloweenUnspectacular'', during the climax of the Underworld King arc, the titular villain is only stopped from killing [[WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants Spongebob]] by the timely arrivals of a squad car and a jeep, both of which accidentally pummel him. He then proceeds to name-drop the trope.
--> "Only '''I''' may utilize the Car Fu!"
* ''Fanfic/AllGuardsmenParty'': Not even a Tau battlesuit can withstand a van full of Guardsmen ramming into it and pouring their entire arsenal into it at point-blank range.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Optimus Prime [[FoeTossingCharge mowing down a line of Decepticons]] in his vehicle form in 1986's ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformersTheMovie''. Used again later when Hot Rod knocks around Galvatron a bit by switching into car mode and plowing into him. Was there even a single scene in that whole movie than ''didn't'' qualify as some sort of Vehicle Fu? There's even a scene in which two characters, vastly outnumbered and running low on ammo, decide that the best way to deal with their foes is with a ''demolition derby''. Car Fu [[UpToEleven turned up to eleven]] [[HilarityEnsues ensues]].
-->'''Hot Rod:''' We can't hold out forever Kup, but we ''can'' give them one ''humongous'' repair bill!
* Done with a ''train'' in ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''.
* ''WesternAnimation/Cars2'' features a literal version of this trope, when super-spy Finn [=McMissile=] uses martial arts to attack a group of thugs... while standing in front of a sign advertising "carate" and "car-fu" lessons.
* Another villain example: ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm'', when a mob boss tries to run over Phantasm in the opening scene. Not so much...
* Prince Eric in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' [[spoiler: rams [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever a gigantic Ursula]] with a ship, impaling her on the bowsprit.]]
* [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy Emmet]], the main character of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'', takes out an entire ''army'' of evil robot police trying to murder him on a highway with a [[CoolBike motorcycle]], even though he wasn't intending to in the first place and was simply trying to master the controls, as he never drove a motorcycle before.
* Stitch in ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' uses a blue Volkswagen Bug as a club when fighting Jumba.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' films practically replace guns with cars, with every film having the characters using their cars as offensive weapons.
* ''Film/TheLittleRascals'': Not intentionally, but movie Spanky and Alfalfa end up running over a few shoppers at a strip mall during the go-cart race. The pedestrians end up fine, and one of them shouts, "You little rascals!" as they drive away.
* ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'' has two:
** A very cross [=McClane=] drives a police car into a helicopter, while the helicopter was in the air. (He was out of bullets).
** Later, after having been beaten by a DarkActionGirl and thrown out a window ending up several stories down below, he then gets in a car, drives it up a car ramp back up to the floor he came from, and hits her with the car pushing them both into an open elevator shaft. That's our [=McClane=]! [[CombatPragmatist He just doesn't give a damn about fair.]]
* In ''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard'', the villains chase after Jack in an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MRAP MRAP]], a massive armored vehicle that plows through most traffic with ease. John disables it by running it off the road with an SUV.
* In ''Film/TheTerminator'', the title character proceeds to drive his vehicle into the police station after delivering a certain famous line. The T-850 also uses this move on the Terminatrix early on in [[Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines the third film]]. In point of fact, every time the T-800/850 says the line "I'll be back", he seems to mean "In a vehicle, at eye-height". It's a police van in [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay the second film]].
* ''Film/DeathProof'', the second half of ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}''. It even involves ''jousting''.
* Parodied in ''Film/AustinPowersInternationalManOfMystery'', where he is driving a steamroller (extremely slowly) toward an enemy {{mook|s}}, yelling at the man to get out of the way. The henchman stands in place for at least ten seconds, waving his arms and screaming in horror, until the machine runs him over.
* 1988 was a great year for using steamrollers against villains:
** ''Film/TheNakedGun'' -- along with a city bus and an entire marching band.
** ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' -- didn't work.
** ''Film/AFishCalledWanda'' -- only delayed Otto. But did wonders for Ken's stutter.
* In ''Film/RawDeal'', Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger's character proceeds to beat up some mob types, before leaving and driving a truck through the building where his victims are getting back to their feet.
* ''Film/{{Spawn}}'' has the Violator drive a truck into Spawn, who protects himself with his cape.
* Arnold Schwarzenegger's partner gets run down by a villain in ''Film/KindergartenCop''. Who then comes back and beats said villain with a baseball bat.
-->"Not so tough without your car, are you?"
* In Baz Luhrman's ''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet'', this is how Romeo takes down Tybalt for killing Mercutio, right before gunning him down.
* In ''Film/PulpFiction'', Butch runs down the crime boss who wants him dead after seeing him at a crosswalk. Unlike most, he doesn't get to full speed; he hits him after only going about ten feet.
* ''Film/ShootEmUp'': Smith indulges in some of this.
* ''Film/DeathRace2000'' could very well have been titled ''Car Fu: The Movie''.
* In ''Film/ArmyOfDarkness'', Ash turns his Oldsmobile into the Car of Doom, and puts it to good use running down {{Mooks}} during the climax.
* In ''Film/{{Ultraviolet}}'', the eponymous ActionGirl pulls off an awesome stunt, driving up to a row of stormtroopers, braking, turning 90 degrees and smashing them all against the wall (it's in the trailer, too).
* Accidental example: in ''Film/TheSpiderwickChronicles'' a man runs over a bad fae creature and is alarmed he's harmed someone.
-->'''Driver:''' Did I hit something?\\
'''Jared Grace:''' Yes! Thank you!
* Inverted in ''Film/{{Quicksilver}}'': the villain used his car as a weapon while the heroic Kevin Bacon beat him with a mountain bike.
* ''Film/TheMatrix'':
** The movie opens with one of these, as the Agents use a garbage truck to smash the phone booth where Trinity is trying to escape.
** And used again near the end, when Neo throws Agent Smith in front of a subway train. (This sort of thing is generally ineffective when your enemy can BodySurf, but he does find it momentarily inconvenient.)
* ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'' has a villain example. Ends with an example of the rare Semi Fu Chicken. That movie also has Trinity "throwing" her motorcycle into a guardhouse, [[EveryCarIsAPinto generating a massive explosion]]. Perhaps the 'cycle was rigged to divide by zero.
* In ''Film/TheLastJedi'': [[spoiler:Vice Admiral Holdo rams into Snoke's flagship ''at the speed of light'', sheering off a wing and tearing the First Order fleet behind it to shreds with shrapnel travelling at relativistic velocity.]]
* In ''Film/TheLostBoys'' [[spoiler: the sire of the entire vampire gang is killed when Granddad crashes his jeep in through the wall of his own house, with the hood loaded with fence posts.]]
* ''Film/{{Duel}}'' is essentially one long episode of Car Fu between Dennis Weaver in a 1970 Plymoth Valiant and a Demon Truck.
* In ''Film/SpeedRacer'', this trope is taken to its literal extreme, including choreographed battle scenes, somersaults, parries, and even "throws"; all done in racing cars. The video game of the movie even ''calls it'' "Car Fu". Let's put it this way: You know how the page for ArtisticLicenseMartialArts points out how in Hollywood, fights always involve ridiculous flips and spins and mid-air kicks? Speed Racer does that...''with the cars''.
* ''Film/{{Blade}}'' did it, in the first movie, using a bike to smash through the window of the Big Bad's office-building, instead of entering through the door as the waiting goons had expected.
** Also in the third movie, where he ''runs over a motorcycle'' with his 1968 Dodge Charger.
* Used oddly in ''Film/JohnnyMnemonic''; one of the traps used by [[LaResistance the Lo-Teks]] is setting an ancient VW bug on fire and then dropping it from their fortified bridge onto attackers down below. They have a whole mechanical system that loads a new one each time they do this, and it happens several times throughout the movie.
* The ''Film/MadMax'' movies. The entire setting is a mishmash of CrapsackWorld, AfterTheEnd and DesertPunk, but one of the constants in the ''Mad Max'' universe is "cars are incredibly badass tools of destruction."
** ''Film/MadMax1'' makes dramatic use of it, [[spoiler: first Jessie and Sprog are run over by Toecutter et al on bikes, then Toecutter himself meets his end by bike vs. bus]].
** The companion comics set between ''Thuderdome'' and ''Fury Road'' explain some of Max's ''Fury Road'' visions, as he was [[spoiler:involved in protecting a girl called Glory the Child and her mother, who died via run over at the end of their arc]].
** The fourth movie, ''[[Film/MadMaxFuryRoad Fury Road]]'', demonstrates this nicely when Nux flips a switch in his car to fill it up with gasoline and lights a flare, intending to die and go to Valhalla... and this is one of the ''least'' insane things done with cars in this series! Others being the deaths of [[spoiler:the Splendid Angharad and unborn child as well as Valkyrie and an older Vuvalini woman]]. Cars are definitely bad for the womenfolk with children in this universe.
* In ''Film/{{Beethoven}}'', one of the kids drives the family station wagon through a wall and right into the center of the bad guys' warehouse, impaling the main bad guy with several syringes in the process.
* ''Film/{{Wanted}}'' uses Car Fu liberally, from scooping someone up through an open passenger door to flipping overtop of a limousine in order to kill the guy inside.
* ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'' with Creator/AngelinaJolie. A fight scene that takes place in the garage of her mansion culminates in Lara driving a motorcycle up to a goon, slamming on the brakes, ''spinning around on the front wheel'' and decking him in the head with the rear tire as it comes around.
* ''Film/PineappleExpress'': "You just got killed by a Daewoo Lanos, motherfucker!"
* Attempted by Biff Tannen in ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII'' when he tries to run Marty down in the tunnel. (You have to wonder if Biff is a sociopath considering this means he's apparently capable of remorselessly committing murder ''at the age of eighteen''.) He also tries it in the [[Film/BackToTheFuture first film]], whilst chasing "Calvin" (Marty) through Courthouse Square. Both times he crashes into manure.
* In ''Film/FreeWilly'', the good guys take Willy to the ocean in a truck, only to find the bad guys there with the beach gated off. Of course, they step on the gas, causing the bad guys to scatter, and smash through the gate.
* In the Creator/JackieChan movie ''Mr. Nice Guy'', the eponymous hero destroys the [[TheMafia mob boss's]] mansion and large collection of expensive cars and scatters his army of {{Mooks}} with a ''one hundred and twenty ton dump truck''.
* In ''Film/RumbleInTheBronx'', the hero uses the bad guy's very large hovercraft against him.
* ''Film/{{Dawn of the Dead|2004}}'' (2004) has the armored buses.
* ''Film/IAmLegend'': At one point the hero Robert Neville tries to run down as many Infected as he can with his car.
* In ''Film/ResidentEvilApocalypse'', Alice rams a licker with her motorcycle, then shoots the gas tank to blow them both up.
** In ''Film/ResidentEvilExtinction'', Carlos makes a HeroicSacrifice by driving a gasoline truck into a mob of zombies and blowing it up to clear a path to the Umbrella Base.
* Both of ''Film/TheBluesBrothers'' films involve chase scenes where the eponymous brothers are pursued by armies of no less than fifty cop cars. Both times, said armies of cop cars are brought down in scene-stealing pile-ups, all while [[ThemeMusicPowerUp the Blues Brothers' theme]] plays.
** Also the bridge scene in the first film. "Illinois Nazis! I hate Illinois Nazis!"
* ''Film/TheDarkKnight'':
** The Joker uses well-timed Bus Fu to take out the second to last henchmen in the bank heist scene.
** The Tumbler kicks the shit out of a ''garbage truck'' before TakingTheBullet for a police vehicle. And by bullet we mean [[StuffBlowingUp rocket launcher]].
** Bruce Wayne intercepts an attempt at Car Fu by blocking it with his Lamborghini.
* ''Film/InspectorGadget'' has the Gadgetmobile (a sentient car) use ''itself'' for Car Fu, slamming into the back of Claw's limo at high speed.
* Creator/JohnWoo likes doing this: happens both in ''Film/HardBoiled'' and the ''Blackjack'' TV movie.
** One of the more memorable ''Film/HardBoiled'' moments was during the warehouse shootout where one poor mook ended up eating bike. As in ''motorcycle''. Ouch.
** ''Film/{{Bullet in the Head}}'' ends with the archetypal car duel where two former friends just end up destroying each other's cars with head-on collisions and .45 bullets.
* ''[[Film/HeroicTrio The Heroic Trio]]'' has one of the greatest examples of motorcycle-fu. One of the heroines uses the back wheel of her motorcycle to catapult it off the wall, and send it spinning sideways as she jumps off across the room, essentially turning it into a five-hundred-pound shuriken to send at TheDragon. The bad guy's response? He catches it in midair and ''rips it in half!''
* ''Film/{{Aliens}}''. Ripley manages to kill an alien with nothing but the APC.
* Toward the end of ''Film/{{RoboCop|1987}}'', goon attempts to use Car Fu on [=RoboCop=] (extra strength version, the goon is driving a panel van), but [=RoboCop=] distracts him by firing into the windshield (forcing the goon to duck, pulling the steering wheel with him and thus heeling to the left) and dodges. Goon wasn't watching what was behind Robo -- it's a tank of [[HollywoodAcid toxic waste]], which he plows into. Goon stumbles out, melted and screaming, right into the way of a car chase featuring a second cop chasing Boddicker: Boddicker's use is completely unintentional, reduising the goon to a red smear.
* ''[[Film/NightWatch Day Watch]]'' has a very interesting scene in which Alisia, a "Dark" witch, drives a sports car ''hundreds of feet along the side of a building, then makes the car fall into a wall window, then drives through a corridor on the hundredth (or so) floor and into the BigBad's office for a meeting.''
* ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' has the characters run over someone with their car. Unsure if it was actually a zombie, they quickly back up to check on him. Once they're assured it ''was'' a zombie, they drive off.
* Subverted in ''Film/JustMarried'': Ashton Kutcher rams his car into a gate... and the car crashes. Causing his friend to comment, "That is one strong gate."
* In ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'', one of the weapons on the Baroness's Hummer is a ramp that flips other cars out of its way, conveniently sending said cars flying towards the pursuing heroes.
* ''Film/{{Chronicle}}'' features telekinetic car-fu in the finale.
* In ''Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', when Pike barely manages to survive a run-in with a group of vampires using his van... and rip off [[TheDragon Amilyn's]] arm... leading to Amilyn's line: "You ruined my new jacket." (Addressing vampire cohorts) "Kill him a lot!" In fact, Amilyn is referred to solely as 'Lefty' on the DVD cover because of this.
* ''Film/JamesBond'': All Bond films involve some Car-Fu, or, heck, Tank-, Tain-, Fork Lift- or Helicopter-Fu. In short: vehicles wind up as weapons, not just getting weapons attached to them. Some are, admittedly, more awesome, balletic or just plain ironically deconstructive than others. Most are riffs on an ambitious ChaseScene which turns into an UnconventionalVehicleChase via [[CombatPragmatist Combat Pragmatism]]. Here are a few highlights:-
** In ''Film/DieAnotherDay'', Bond and the freaky villain with diamonds stuck in his face have a Car Fu Duel, where BOTH characters are driving tricked-out spy cars and trying to kill each other with their various on-board weapons and gadgets. This scene ends with a (failed) ramming attempt.
** Played with in ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''. Bond's WeaponizedCar proves effective in scattering the mooks in Goldfinger's factory, but as he's driving down a corridor between two buildings he's confronted by another vehicle driving head on towards him with its headlights on full. Bond fires his built-in machine guns, but the car doesn't swerve and at the last second he's forced to, crashing into a wall. It's then revealed that Bond was firing at his own reflection in a steel mirror, set up to reveal oncoming cars at a junction.
** ''Film/GoldenEye'': "Use ze bumper! Zhat's vhat it's for!" And Bond uses a [[TankGoodness tank]] to flatten police cars, plow through a truck with cans of Perrier, use it as a battering ram to careen through military jeeps, and slam through walls to barrel his way through St.Petersburg. What tops the ChaseScene though, is not only does the tank smash through the pedestal of a statue (a soldier on horseback), but said statue ends up riding on top of the tank. It's then used to get some police cars off his back when it falls off right in front of them. And it proves effective in scattering the cops away from 007.
* The Russian Superhero Movie ''Black Lighting'' '''is''' this trope as in his flying car ''is'' his superpower.
* ''Film/{{District 9}}'' has Wilkus' PoweredArmor getting worn down in battle by a combination of MoreDakka and a pickup truck running into him head-on. Terrifying alien technology it surely is, but it's just made of metal: it can be bent, busted and broken.
* The "Delta Deathmobile" from ''Film/AnimalHouse''.
* In ''Film/ForrestGump'' a group of high school students decide they want to run Forrest over with their pickup because he's stupid. Fortunately, Forrest figures out he can cut across a nearby field, which ends up getting him a football scholarship to the University of Alabama. Small point: Forrest is InspirationallyDisadvantaged. His classmates are "stupid." "Stupid is as stupid does," after all.
* In ''Film/ErnestScaredStupid'', Ernest backs a large pickup truck (at full speed) into a super-strong, evil troll. The troll survives without a scratch, but it certainly left him dazed!
--> "How about a bumper sandwich, booger lips?!"
* John Lymangood, in ''Film/BlueThunder'', [[spoiler:is killed by being run over with a car, when trying to escape captivity]].
* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** ''Film/IronMan1'': In a deleted scene, James "Rhodey" Rhodes saves Tony's life by ramming the heavily-featured Audi into Iron Monger, knocking him over ''into a hydrogen-fueled bus, which then explodes''.
** ''Film/IronMan2'' has Happy Hogan trying to take out Ivan Vanko with a car.
** ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'':
*** Nick Fury and the [[spoiler:HYDRA mooks pretending to be DC police officers]] both use some really creatively violent car maneuvers against each other during their chase scene.
*** The Winter Soldier gets the [[{{Pun}} black belt]] in car fu for the sequence where he tosses [[spoiler:Agent Sitwell]] out of the protagonists' car into an oncoming truck, then disables their car by yanking out the steering wheel through the windshield, at which point it gets rammed from behind by another truck driven by his support team.
** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'':
*** Captain America sends his "borrowed" car spinning out ahead of him to try to put a stop to the underpass chase scene.
*** The Winter Soldier graduates to [[spoiler:''helicopter fu'' when he's [[BrainwashedAndCrazy re-brainwashed]] by Zemo and tries to use the [[TurbineBlender moving blades]] of the chopper he's piloting to kill Cap]].
* ''Film/{{The Bourne S|eries}}upremacy''. In a lightweight taxi, Jason Bourne manages to do a PIT maneuver [[note]]Pursuit Immobilization Technique or similar: whacking your car into the side of the back of a car you are pursuing to make it spin out and force it to stop.[[/note]] on a bigger, heavier vehicle.
** The final chase sequence in ''Filn/JasonBourne'' takes the chase scene in ''Supremacy'' UpToEleven.
* ''Film/TheHitcher'': In the remake, the villain misses the protagonists by a hair after sending a car towards them from the top a cliff. Judging by the precision aim, the only logical conclusion can be that Creator/SeanBean somehow threw it at them.
* In ''Film/{{Super}}'', Libby comes to the rescue by ramming her car into a thug trying to off Frank.
* ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'':
** In ''Film/HalloweenII1981'' a cop sees Michael walking the street and runs him over, but it turns out it was just a high school football player wearing a similar mask.
** In ''Film/Halloween4TheReturnOfMichaelMyers'' Rachel uses her car to run Michael Myers over. But since Michael is Michael, it doesn't faze him in the slightest.
** In ''Film/HalloweenH20TwentyYearsLater'' Laurie hijacks an ambulance van with Michael in it, and runs it off a cliff in order to kill Michael once and for all.
* Happens a lot in ''Film/DriveAngry''. Milton drives into the middle of a satanic gathering, mowing down anyone who gets in his way. The Accountant uses this trope when he smashes a hole through a cordon of police cars with a hydrogen truck, while humming along to the tune of 'That's the way I like it', catches a police car on the side of the truck, swerves, then calmly steps out of the cab and onto the hood of the car in time to watch the truck slide away, flip over and explode.
* ''Film/{{Jumper}}'': During a fight with Roland, Griffin teleports in a double-decker bus to crush the Paladin.
* ''Film/BadBoysII'' has Mike and Marcus up against some bad guys in a furious chase sequence, who attempt to smash their vehicle to bits by [[EmergencyCargoDump sending cars off a car carrier at them.]]
-->'''Marcus:''' Did you see that?!\\
'''Mike:''' They're throwing cars! How can I not see that?!
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhLvTnvsp50&feature=player_embedded This]] scene from ''Blood Diner''.
* ''Film/{{Torque}}'' features a fair amount of motorcycle-fu during the DesignatedGirlFight at the movie's climax.
* In ''Film/{{Unknown 2011}}'', Gina does this with her taxi when Martin is captured and is going to be killed by the terrorist agent and the agent's boss, [[spoiler: Martin's employer Rodney Cole]].
* Pretty much the point of ''Film/{{Highwaymen}}'', in which a serial killer who uses a 1972 El Dorado as his weapon of choice is pursued by the widower of a past victim. All the action sequences in the movie occur involve the killer's car and the hero's 1968 Barracuda, resulting in some pretty spectacular driving--by the killer in particular, as [[spoiler:he is severely handicapped and can't function outside of the El Dorado.]]
* In ''Film/FridayThe13thPartVIIIJasonTakesManhattan'', the heroine tries to run Jason down with a car. It looks like Jason jumps up at the last moment, making him roll across the hood.
* The [[PublicDomainArtifact Ark-of-the-Covenant]]-Carrying-[[CarChase Truck Chase]] in ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' shows Indiana Jones using the aforementioned truck to smash up pretty much every other vehicle in the Nazi convoy, from cars to motorcycles.
* In ''Film/TheExpendables2'', the team launch an unmanned motorcycle at an attacking helicopter. Surprisingly, it doesn't explode. The weight imbalance causes the helicopter to crash. Then it explodes.
* Unsurprisingly, several examples appear in the possessed-car horror film ''Film/TheCar''.
* Jija Yanin pulls off some pretty awesome ''bicycle''-fu (actually, bicycle Muay Thai) in ''Film/{{This Girl is Badass}}''.
* One of the assassins uses his car as murder weapon, ramming it into a German postman several times, in ''Film/TheBoysFromBrazil''.
* One of the oldest examples is in the [[Creator/{{LaurelAndHardy}} Laurel and Hardy]] silent short [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZ_JZBCkqvA Two Tars.]]
* A common way to kill off characters in ''Series/NewKids'', almost to the point in which it becomes lampshaded in the second film.
** ''He got hit by a car? That's getting common around here.''
* In ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'', [[spoiler:when Valentine first sets off his HatePlague, we see a London bus swerve and take out several fighters in the eponymous city]].
* Attempted against the Big Bad at the climax of the impromptu demolition derby in ''Film/TheNorthAvenueIrregulars''.
* Late in ''Film/RedEye'', [[spoiler:when Lisa makes it home to where her father is unknowingly being held hostage ''before'' the villain could make either of his calls to his assassin -- whether to to off Mr. Reisert or back off -- "Mr. Killer" apparently realizes something has gone wrong and goes for his gun; Lisa realizes there's no time for anything else and does this]].
* In ''{{Film/Headhunters}}'' a semi truck is employed to collide with a police sedan, throwing the latter off a cliff.
* During the climactic scenes in ''NextOfKin1982'', TheDragon rams his van into the roadside café where the heroine has taken shelter and attempts to run her down.
* ''Film/JohnWickChapter2'' has an entire scene of CarFu as its opening gambit. He first stops a fleeing motorcyclist with the side of his Chevelle, then after recovering his Mustang, goes on a killing spree with it. Notable moments include a rare case of ToyotaTripwire with a moving vehicle and using a J-turn to ''fucking launch a guy into a concrete pillar''.
* Parodied in ''Film/Deadpool2016'', where Deadpool kills a wounded bad guy... with a Zamboni on a ice rink.
-->'''Deadpool:''' Tell me where your fucking boss is or you're gonna die!... In five minutes!
** In [[Film/Deadpool2 the sequel]], [[spoiler: the abusive orphanage headmaster is ultimately run over by Dopinder's cab]].
* ''Film/FinalDestination1'' has an infamous example for [[spoiler:Terry]]'s death, complete with a JumpScare due to how unexpected it was. ''Film/FinalDestination4'' also features one between [[spoiler:George]] and an ambulance, perhaps as a CallBack.
* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[TooDumbToLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.
* Bard employs ''Cart Fu'' against a troll that's threatening his children in ''Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies'', hopping aboard an abandoned cart and sending it rolling down the streets of ruined Dale to collide with the creature.
* Sgt. Thompson is run down and killed (off-screen) while tailing the criminals in ''Film/DressedToKill1946''.
* In ''Film/RedHill'', Slim runs Jimmy down with his car. Jimmy [[MadeOfIron stands up as if nothing had happened]].
* A variant in ''Film/TurnerAndHooch'', when Turner is being held at gunpoint by a {{Mook}}, who orders him into his car and tells him to drive to meet the BigBad. Turner takes a moment to put on his glasses and fasten his seatbelt, which earns him a snarky comment from the mook ([[WhatAnIdiot who declines to fasten his own]]). Turner then rams a brick wall at high speed, ejecting the mook through the windshield.
* ''Film/ScarecrowSlayer'': When escaping from the hospital, Mary drives straight through the Scarecrow; causing it to scatter into bits.
* In ''Film/LemonTreePassage'', [[spoiler:Maya]] is compelled to release the handbrake on Sam's car, causing it to roll downhill and crash into the tree [[spoiler:Amelia]] is tied to.

* In Creator/LarryNiven's short story "The Deadlier Weapon", a hitchhiker pulls a knife on the protagonist driver, who makes it very clear how badly outgunned any hitchhiker trying this stunt is. The Driver buckles his seatbelt, accelerates to over a hundred miles an hour, and tells the would-be car-jacker that he's going to ram the right side of the car (where the car-jacker is sitting) into the nearest underpass support pylon unless the guy tosses the knife out the window. Niven later wrote that a couple of people told him they'd done this in real life, and it worked.
* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'': Harry Dresden has thrown a car magically at a mystical nasty. It only slowed them down. A Bartender in the know tells Harry that other wizards tend to avoid him because they ''can't'' defend themselves that way from the horrors that target him.
** He has also driven his Beetle into another supernatural nasty. In a subversion, the beetle was more fazed than said nasty. This is because said nasty was of Faerie, and the Beetle's steel bumper was its {{kryptonite|factor}}.
** And he flipped a car onto [[EvilSorceror Cowl]] during their first battle. The fact that Cowl blocked it was what caused Harry to reevaluate him to more powerful wizard. Well they're in a city. Cars are convenient.
** Harry's not the only one to do this, either; [[spoiler: Madrigal Raith attempts to kill Mouse by driving a car into him.]] Again, subverted in that it doesn't work too well; [[spoiler: Mouse turns out to be OnlyMostlyDead]].
* The pulp series ''Literature/TheSpider'' featured this several times, at least once with a bus.
* ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets'' features this -- by way of a magically enhanced car ''achieving sentience'' and fighting off giant spiders to deliver the title character (and SideKick) to safety.
* ''Literature/TheZombieSurvivalGuide'' specifically subverts this trope -- saying that it's a good way to ruin your car, spread virus-containing blood everywhere, and turns a fairly easy-to-see walking zombie into a much-harder-to-spot ''crawling zombie.''
** Although it does go on to say that larger vehicles like semis and armored trucks have some decent applications as mobile forts.
* Sookie Stackhouse of ''[[Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries The Southern Vampire Mysteries]]'' uses this method to rescue her {{Love Interest|s}}, her boss and her Love Interest's boss from a large, vengeful vampire. It works, but her car is totalled in the process.
* In one of Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[=SERRAted Edge=]'' novels, Tannim takes out an Unseelie Fae with a classic Mustang.[[note]]In other words, a nice all-steel body ... in a universe where it's a rare Fae who can even ''touch'' steel without getting nasty burns.[[/note]]
* In ''To the Vanishing Point'', by Creator/AlanDeanFoster it's a two-bedroom Winnebago [[=RV=]] versus the elemental Chaos-thing "the Anarchis".
-->"You have done well," the other orange fish told him. "Steel is good for weakening Chaos. Aluminum is better still."
* Averted in ''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr'' where trying to ram a Chtorran gastropede with a vehicle is a good way to commit suicide. They just peel it open like a tin can and eat whoever's inside.
* ''Madam, Will You Talk?'': The heroine of Creator/MaryStewart's mystery uses a car in much the same way as in the Creator/LarryNiven example at the top of this section. Threatening to kill a woman while she's driving along a mountain road at high speed is '''not''' particularly well-thought-out. By the time she pulls to a halt, her attacker is a whimpering wreck, too nerve-shattered to put up a fight even though he's no longer in danger.
* In one of the Literature/StephaniePlum books, "good girl" sister Valerie, who's just too Stepford to handle her sister's life, blasts a van through the wall of a house to rescue Stephanie from their mutual kidnappers. Considering that Val is doing this while in near-hysterics over the kidnapping and her hands are duct-taped together, she does a quite creditable job.
** Stephanie's mother once hit a man in a bunny costume while he was chasing Stephanie.
* Not quite, but close enough. In the book ''Point Blanc'' of the ''[[Literature/AlexRider Alex Rider Series]]'', Alex, near the very end of the book, uses a ski-jump ramp to launch a snow mobile he was riding to [[spoiler:annihilate a helicopter the villain was trying to get away in.]]
* In one of the ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' books, there is a Wolf Shaman who mentions that he hates driving while under any spells, as his totem tends to see the car he's driving as nothing more than a large, ''steerable'' bullet.
* Literature/CiaphasCain: Commissarial Aide Ferrik Jurgen may [[DrivesLikeCrazy drive like crazy]] but he's also a master of this.
** And he's not the only one. In ''Duty Calls'', Corporal Magot turns a Tyranid Lictor into road-kill.
* In ''Eye of the Needle'' by Ken Follett, [[spoiler: David]] tries to kill Henry this way.
* In ''Literature/WiseBlood'', Hazel Motes confronts his IdenticalStranger, then runs him over with his car to kill him.
* ''Rook's Gambit'', one of the Hugo Bishop novels by Creator/EllestonTrevor, has a virtuoso performance by Miss Vera Gorringe in the "driver threatened by passenger" mode. She notches the speed up to seventy and dares the fellow to shoot, but she doesn't stop at that: once she ''knows'' there's a police car trying to pull her over, she ''deliberately rolls the auto'', incapacitating the gunman (he wasn't buckled in, tsk). Gorry is in her early sixties.
* One of the later ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' books has several of the team creating a distraction by flattening the house of their vice principal-slash-Yeerk host Chapman--with a tank. And they total Cassie's father's old truck using it as a weapon in Megamorphs #1.
** Elfangor uses a car recovered from a wrecked Skrit Na starship this way in ''The Andalite Chronicles''.
* In ''Literature/WarriorCats'', there's a scene where the main character is trying to cross a road when a car suddenly drives off the road and heads straight at him, That's right - they swerved off a presumably 55 MPH road, drove on the grass, and leaned out of their window, jeering, ''just to hit a cat''.
* ''[[Literature/KittyNorville Kitty Goes to War]]'' provides a defensive variant with the lead and two fellow werewolves disabling a fleeing wizard by the expedient of letting the Humvee they are in get broadsided.
-->'''Kitty:''' We can still stop him, [[GoodThingYouCanHeal it won't hurt us]].\\
'''Tyler:''' Permanently, rather. [[ThisIsGonnaSuck It's still gonna hurt.]]
* The title character of Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/MrMercedes'' drives his car into a crowd of people with intent to kill.
* In ''[[Literature/BlackTideRising Strands of Sorrow]]'', [[LittleMissBadass Faith]] uses the mass and speed of her M-1 Abrams tank to great effect in running down zombies, complementing the M1028 canister rounds (think "120mm shotgun") she's blasting them with, ultimately killing all but maybe ten percent of a quarter of a million zombie strong horde by the time she's done.
* In the ''Literature/TowersTrilogy'', the bounty hunter Daye is extremely calm and reserved, never so much as raising her voice -- until an assailant harms her partner Torrence. Then she flips her lid in spectacular fashion and rams a stolen FlyingCar into the perpetrator.
* ''Literature/JoePickett'':
** In ''Trophy Hunt'', Joe uses his pickup to knock Eric Logue into the river after he discovers Eric attempting to cut Nate's face off.
** In ''Endangered'', Joe uses a snowmobile to knock down Dallas Cates when Dallas tries to draw a gun on him.
* ''Literature/NickVelvet'': In "The Theft of the Blue-Ribbon Bass", Nick's client turns up to the meet to discover being held at gunpoint by someone who plans to steal the fish off him before she can collect it. She rams her car into him, knocking him down and breaking his leg.
* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. In "Death Squad", the eponymous vigilante squad are tailing a Mafia vehicle convoy, and soon become aware that both plainclothes police and a carload of Mafia gunmen are tailing the convoy, waiting to ambush Mack Bolan if he attacks. Using radio Bolan coordinates their vehicles to maneuver the Mafia car directly in front of the police car, then has the vehicle in front of them [[RamByBraking brake suddenly]] so the police and Mafia cars smash into each other.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/TopGear'' does this once in a while and with almost every type of land vehicle you can imagine. Notable examples: "no contact" wacky races (minivans, motorhomes, city buses!) which turn into "full contact" before the end of the first lap; car football using small city cars and a giant inflatable ball; and extreme destruct testing (evaluating a car maker's durability claims by crashing said car into something). They also have a [[http://www.youtube.com/user/TopGear channel]] on Website/YouTube (currently over 300 crunch-tastic uploads).
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E15PlanetOfTheDead Planet of the Dead]]", the Doctor uses a flying double-decker bus to hit a flying alien.
** Earlier, in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E3SchoolReunion School Reunion]]", Mickey Smith needs to get inside a locked school taken over by aliens. He manages to reactivate K-9 and asks if he has some kind of lockpicking device, but K-9 just reminds him they're in Sarah-Jane's car. Repeatedly. "Fat lot of good you are... wait a second. We're in a car."
** Much earlier than either example, Barbara Wright runs down a few Daleks in a lorry in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E2TheDalekInvasionOfEarth The Dalek Invasion of Earth]]".
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor The Day of the Doctor]]", the War Doctor bashes the TARDIS through a wall on Gallifrey, taking out several Daleks.
* Oz rescues ''Series/{{Angel}}'' in a first season episode by driving through the wall of the villain's hideout and squashing him with his band's van.
** Another episode has Fred's mother rescue Angel by running over a demon in a bus.
** Before the ''Just Married'' example given above, the first episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' had Doyle attempting to ram his way through the gates of a mansion. Didn't really work. (He even said something to the effect of, "Good gate.")
* The Franchise/{{Terminator}}s seem to have a thing for Car Fu. It happened about, oh, five times in the first couple of episodes of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles''.
* Greg in ''Series/{{CSI}}'', which led to an internal investigation and a fairly severe beating from the roadkill's cohorts. He did it to stop the group from severely beating up a tourist.
** Another episode of ''Series/{{CSI}}'' has a terminally ill granny program her GPS so she will crash into the office of the insurance company who won't pay her medical expenses.
* ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' has a non-lethal version with Lindsay using her Avalanche SUV to stop a fleeing suspect in his car. They were in a parking garage, so neither of them were driving extremely fast, and although she dinged up the vehicle, neither she nor the perp were seriously hurt.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** One of the moments that brings Cordelia around to the side of awesome is when she drives her car straight through an amassing horde of vampires and right into the high school, plowing through the halls until she pulls up in front of the library in "Prophecy Girl".
** Mildly parodied when Buffy lures Glory into the path of a Mack truck; when Buffy explains how she got away, Willow immediately jumps to the conclusion that Buffy threw the truck.
** Lampshaded when the Scoobies attempt an escape with Dawn in Spike's RV:
--->'''Giles:''' You have any weapons?
--->'''Spike:''' Hello, you're ''driving'' one!
** Xander rescues Faith by taking out one of the Sisterhood of Jhe demons with the 57 Chevy Bel Air that he had borrowed from his uncle Rory.
* In ''Series/{{Lost}}'', Hurley breaks into a hostage situation by driving over some of the Others using a Volkswagen Minibus.
** [[spoiler: Desmond Hulme]] runs into [[spoiler: John Locke]] in season 6.
* The poor, abused Mule in ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' gets used as a weapon so often. In "The Train Job" Wash uses it to run over one of Niska's goons in the cargo bay shootout. Later, in the episode "War Stories", it gets used as a rolling car bomb to clear the hallway when ''Serenity's'' crew starts StormingTheCastle.
* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' seems to like throwing in some Motorcycle Fu a lot lately.
** Martial arts battles atop unmodified (i.e.: not Battlizer weapon component) motorcycles began in earnest in ''Dino Thunder'', reaching their apex in ''Mystic Force'' where Nick's standard tactic when backed into a corner is to smash a motorcycle into Koragg's face. He does this with both his normal civilian bike and his Mystic Racer. Needless to say, "Bike to the Face" became one of the memes for THAT season...
** ''Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue'''s Carter Grayson attempted to run down a MonsterOfTheWeek with the team car in the first episode. Didn't quite work, but [[WebVideo/HistoryOfPowerRangers Linkara]] approved either way.
** ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'': In "Enter... The Lizzinator!", this is attempted on Jason. ''By a Putty''. Jason's reaction is [[Funny/MightyMorphinPowerRangers priceless]].
--->'''Jason:''' Putties can drive?!\\
(''Putty Patroller floors the gas and drives towards him'')\\
'''Jason:''' Whoah, yup, they can drive!
** An earlier episode has the Rangers knock Goldar over with the Megazord's [[TankGoodness tank mode]].
* In an episode of the second season of ''Series/{{Coupling}}'', we learn how one of Patrick's past relationships ended:
-->'''Steve:''' ''(referring to a wedding invite)'' In the field of human relationships, what is the most frightening thing that can come through your door?\\
'''Patrick:''' A Volkswagen.
* In one episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', an alien BountyHunter succumbs to the accidental version of this. Tip: before coming to Earth, [[LookBothWays learn about crosswalks]].
* An episode of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' has a mild bit of ''Jumper'' Fu; when the Replicators take the city and Sheppard flies a Jumper into the gate room, he runs over two human-form Replicators.
%%* In the new ''Series/KnightRider'', KITT pulls off a Car Fu [[FinishingMove Fatality]].
* Jimmy Palmer TookALevelInBadass when he runs down a bad guy in an episode of ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', following Gibbs' orders [[ExactWords not to leave the car]].
* ''Series/BurnNotice'':
** During the second season finale, Michael uses ''unmanned'' Car Fu to clear out a crowd of agents waiting for him. He puts a brick on the gas pedal and aims the Jeep at the bad guys, using it as a battering ram to clear their blockade, and knock down the spike strip that would have punctured their tires if they had tried to drive out first.
** In the third season's midseason finale he pulls an even more dramatic stunt, sending Sam's girlfriend's Buick sailing off the third story of a parking garage to distract a gang that's trying to ambush Fiona. This is why Sam doesn't let Michael drive.
* ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' has ''stealth'' Car-Fu: Andy traps Dwight with the silent at less than 5 mph Toyota Prius.
* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' used to be built on Motorcycle Fu (he's called Kamen ''Rider'' for a reason), but more recent entries in the franchise have all but forgotten about it.
** Happily brought back into the show by ''Series/KamenRiderDouble''.
** And then forgotten about for a while, until their secondary rider shows up, and his gimmick is that [[LiteralMetaphor he is a bike]].
** Rare, but still happens in ''Series/KamenRiderOOO'' on occasion. [[spoiler:In ''Let's Go Kamen Rider'', the Great Leader of Shocker's OneWingedAngel was defeated this way courtesy of '''ALL''' the Riders in the entire series. They even have a name for it: All Rider Break. For individual Riders, it's just Rider Break.]]
** And before all of them, Series/KamenRiderSkyrider loves doing this, as Skyrider fights using his motorcycle often. The Rider Break attack his Sky Turbo can pull off is something of a series trademark.
* In an episode of ''[[Series/ScrapheapChallenge Junkyard Wars]]'', the two teams are tasked with building vehicles to demolish a wall. They build two trucks, one with a wrecking ball and one with a hydraulic pick. After getting frustrated with the slow progress of their chosen tool, the wrecking ball crew decides to just ram the wall down, and it becomes an awesome ramming contest.
* In ''Series/{{Chuck}}'', when Chuck and Sarah are surrounded by bad guys, Casey drives his Crown Vic in to the middle of the standoff.
-->'''Casey:''' Hey! Somebody order drive-thru?!!\\
'''Chuck:''' Somebody order drive-thru huh?! Did you think that up as you were racing over to save us?! "Hey! Maybe I'll say ''this'' after I ''crash into the restaurant!!''"
* On ''Series/ThirdWatch'' head paramedic Doc did this with an ambulance. [[spoiler: Arriving at a scene to find an AK-47 wielding criminal pinning down two officers, he proceeds to tell his partner to buckle up, and step on the gas. After hitting the criminal, he leaps out and begins treating him.]]
** This is given a dose of realism when he gets chewed out for it. [[spoiler: This is another element that is showing that he is losing his grip on sanity.]]
* In the last episode of season one of ''Series/TwentyFour'', Jack drives an SUV into the warehouse where the bad guys are waiting to ambush him. He proceeds to take them all out single-handedly.
** There were also a couple of suicides by car. In season 4, a terrorist intentionally drives into the path of a truck so that Jack can't capture and interrogate him. In season 8, another terrorist drives off the roof of a multi-story car park knowing it will probably kill him, which it does. Also, James Heller attempts a HeroicSacrifice in season 5 by driving his car into a lake and manages to achieve the same end without dying.
* There was a rather beautiful example in the ''Series/WhiteCollar'' episode "Flip of the Coin."
* The ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Roadkill" featured a serial killer whose MO was vehicular homicide.
** Several episodes feature either members of the BAU or local police officers using their cars to disable an unsub's vehicle. The latter's tactics are valid but the results tend to be more dramatic than in RealLife ([[BuffySpeak car-flippity-wise]]).
* In ''Series/DarkAngel'' there is a scene where Max pivots her motorcycle and knocks down an opponent with the back wheel.
* ''Series/TheGoodGuys'': A favored tactic of Dan Stark, used too many times to count. When in doubt, drive a car through the building. Conveniently, it's almost never ''his'' car, because Dan's car is too {{cool|Car}} to get totaled.
* Used twice in ''Series/BreakingBad''.
** In "Half Measures," Walt mows down the thugs Jesse predictably sets out to kill.
** In "One Minute," Hank backs his car into one of the Cousins, effectively crushing Leonel's legs.
* Richie attempts bike-fu on the lady immortal who's trying to take his head in one ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' episode, but she ends up knocking him off it. Although making his escape by smashing through the glass windows on said bike a bit later may count.
* In ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'', Callen and Sam find a group of civilians trapped in a warehouse that the bad guys have set on fire. The door is reinforced steel. Sam then tells Callen to ask their translator how to say "Get back or you'll die" in Vietnamese, and once everyone is away from the outer wall, proceeds to ram their car through the door.
* In the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk's Other Brother", Jack Monk Jr. nearing the ending of the episode proceeded to run over the Murderer Of The Week with Natalie's car just before the latter could deliver the coup de grace. Bonus points with the earlier implication that he was going to leave them to die while he headed to Paraguay.
* Mr. Reese on ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' is a ''master'' of Car Fu. He runs his car into another car, a villain, or some other type of plot-important object about every fourth episode. Sometimes multiple times.
* In the universe of the German action-fueled BuddyCopShow ''Series/AlarmFuerCobra11'', ramming into cars and sending them flying great distances and tumbling hood over wheels is a simple and ''safe'' way to stop the bad guys and free any innocents who may be kept hostage inside those cars. One memorable instance involved our protagonists using a ramp to fly and crash into another car whose passenger a villain tried to skewer onto some pipes using a forklift. Sure enough, the stunt miraculously saved him.
* ''Series/LawAndOrder''. In a case of DisproportionateRetribution, from "Couples." Carla Perrazo kills her husband by repeatedly running him over with her car not for "his cheating" or "his perversions," but because, in her words, "I don't go under the knife for anybody."
* In a late Season 2 episode of ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', Felicity delivers a ShutUpHannibal to the Ravager, who's ranting about putting a bullet in Felicity's [[PunctuatedForEmphasis smug. Little. WHAM]].
** The penultimate episode of Season 5 sees Felicity and Diggle trying to repeat the trick with Talia Al-Ghul. However, she dodges at the last second and slashes the car, causing it to spin out of control and crash.
* The series finale of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' has a [[spoiler: [[AppliedPhlebotinum Cortexiphan]] fueled Olivia fling a car at Windmark using her mind.]]
* One of the most disturbing scenes from ''Series/BandOfBrothers'' is when a German soldier is crushed by one of his own sides' tanks.
* ''Series/TheDoctorBlakeMysteries'': In "The Open Road", Lawson gets knocked down by a car and seriously injured while investigating the garage where the murder took place.
* ''Series/CSICyber'': In "Fit-and-Run", the kidnapper knocks joggers down with his car before abducting them.
* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In "K is For Kill: Tiger by the Tail", Purdey takes the handbrake off Colonel Stanislav's car while it is parked on a slope, causing it to roll downhill and slam into him.
* ''Series/NCISNewOrleans'': In "If It Bleeds, It Leads", [=LaSalle=] stops a fleeing trail bike by backing his pickup in front of it; sending the rider flying.
* In the ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' episode [[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E9YeWhoEnterHere "Ye Who Enter Here"]], Agent May uses a black van to take out a couple of Comicbook/{{HYDRA}} agents.
* ''Series/MythBusters'' took on and busted a RammingAlwaysWorks variant in which the driver of a large truck can smash through any number of cars blocking his route. You might get through a couple before losing too much momentum in the crashes. If you've got a purpose-built cowcatcher mounted to the front of your truck, it's more successful (and made for some lovely high-speed footage), but how often do you see ''that'' in movies?
* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': In the episode "The Black Fairy", the titular UltimateEvil is winning a fight on the street with Regina and is about to finish her off, when Zelena runs Black over with the car she's been learning to drive.
-->'''Zelena''': This driving's thing's easy when you're ''trying'' to hit something.
* ''Series/{{Cannon}}'': In "Death Chain", the first VictimOfTheWeek is run down in an attempt to make it look like a hit-and-run.
* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'':
** The first VictimOfTheWeek in "Death and Dust" gets out of his car to clear a fallen tree on the road, and is run down by the car that has been tailing him. It later turns out to be a case of MurderByMistake.
** In "The Glitch", the first VictimOfTheWeek is knocked off her bike by a car. The driver then reserves over the top of her, killing her.

* Used in several of the animated displays for Creator/DataEastPinball's ''Pinball/LethalWeapon3''.
* ''Pinball/DemolitionMan'' allows the player to do this using two toy cars on the playfield -- hit the one in the rear to propel it at the other and score a Car Crash.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/EddieGilbert did this to Wrestling/JerryLawler in the parking lot of the TV studio in Memphis after Eddie and his brother Doug had been "fired" from the promotion.
* Wrestling/{{Rikishi}} tried to run over Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin to appease [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock and The Rock's fans]]. The Rock didn't approve and nobody took Rikishi seriously as a {{heel}}, so it was revealed Wrestling/TripleH was really behind it.
* Wrestling/LarrySweeney did this to Wrestling/EddieKingston during their feud in Wrestling/{{CHIKARA}}.
* Wrestling/BobbyLashley tried to crush Fit Finlay with a car during a brawl that went out of control on ''Wrestling/WWESmackDown''. This being Lashley, he grabbed the car and turned it over. Finlay moved, but didn't want to continue the brawl after seeing that.
* Allysin Kay got someone to perform a hit and run on Jessicak Havok during their street fight at SHINE 18, in that she got in the car which sped off after it hit Havok.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'': An interesting take on the concept, this is the premise from the popular lighter class mech urban tactic "Death-From-Above". Step 1: Realize your 40-ton mech can't go head to head with a 80-tonner. Step 2: Flee between skyscrapers. Step 3: Jump-jet onto top of building, one that's taller than your opponent. Step 4: Wait until opponent is in jump range. Step 5: Gain as much altitude as possible before letting your "light" 35 tons of steel and armament come crashing down on top of your opponent. This is usually considered a last ditch tactic, as even a successful DFA is likely to cause some damage to the attacking unit.
** Not just light mechs, either. The [[http://www.sarna.net/wiki/Highlander Highlander]], a ''90 ton Assault class mech'', has jumpjets that allow it to DFA. Doing so is called the Highlander Burial, and can easily result in an instant kill by crushing the targeted mech's cockpit.
** A variation of ''Battletech'', known as ''Alpha Strike'', has some very interesting rules regarding charging, best summed up as "Number of inches moved times size value, then divided by 8, rounding the result normally." This means most 'Mechs will do two, maybe three points of charge damage... but then there's a little monstrosity known as the ALM-XF Fireball. It is one of the smallest 'Mechs in the game, a puny size 1. It also moves ''48 inches'' in a game where big 'Mechs can ''maybe'' get half a foot of movement. This means that the Fireball can hurtle across an entire table length and smash a victim for 6 points of damage. This is enough to instantly destroy many smaller 'Mechs outright at no risk to itself (because the charge rules also state that only hitting a size 3 or larger victim damages a charging size 1 unit). This is literally its most lethal attack--as stated by a member of the Catalyst Games demo team:
--> "Basically the XF is a guided anti-light Mech missile."
* In ''TabletopGame/CarWars'', most vehicles have weapons, but for those equipped with special "ramplates", collisions are the name of the game. However, even with a ramplate, your car never comes out of a collision completely unscathed.
* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'':
** Tank Shock and Ramming are techniques that fit this trope. Until the FAQ confirmed that ramming has the same strength cap as every other attack, it was theoretically possible for an Eldar Falcon to cause an automatic penetrating hit by moving at full speed and ramming.
** The [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orks]] have a giant steamroller attachment to their tanks. With spikes.
** ''Gorkamorka'' encourages this trope.
* The ''TabletopGame/FengShui'' supplement "Golden Comeback", an invaluable addition to the game in general, has rules for not only fighting from vehicles, but fighting ''with'' vehicles. It has several driving schticks that can, amongst other things, give you a signature vehicle that can't be destroyed.
* In the TabletopGame/D20Modern ''Urban Arcana'' setting, thanks to PostModernMagik and all, you can get a magic item called Bumpers of the Ram, which are used to increase damage dealt to the target and reduce the damage dealt to the vehicle used for Car Fu attempts. Combined with the Seats of Safety, a set of seats protecting the passengers against damage from collision, you can ram anything without taking too much damage. Car fu is still possible in core D20 Modern, but much more risky.
* Drive Charms in ''Shards of the TabletopGame/{{Exalted}} Dream'' support this approach for multiple splats.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Spycraft}}'', Car Fu is essentially the job of the Wheelman class. There are extensive rules for car chases, including "Predator" and "Prey" maneuvers for concluding a chase one way or the other. There are also numerous James Bond-inspired car upgrades (in Spycraft ver. 1.0 these are actually called "The Usual Refinements") such as tire-slashers which can be used to really ruin someone's day.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Zombicide}}'', if you are a lucky enough survivor to find a working car with some gas left in it after a ZombieApocalypse, you can use it to plow through walker zombies. [[EliteZombie Fatties and abominations]] are immune to it, and runners can hide behind them though.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In the arcade and video games to WanganMidnight, shoving cars into your opponent or opponents drive line is seen as an effective tactic (called "ramming"). Some cars, like the [[LethalJokeCharacter Toyota Hi Ace]] and the [[JokeCharacter Toyota Celsior]][[note]](aka Lexus LS)[[/note]] have enough weight to bounce cars some distance. In 3DX, even the AI will get into the action!
* There are gametypes in ''VideoGame/{{Forza}}'' where you get points for mashing the other cars. The Cat and Mouse gametype requires you to defend your team's Mouse (a slow car) and take out the enemy Mouse and their Cats (high performance cars), which usually means mashing into the enemy Mouse as fast as possible and trying to flip them over. There's also a more standard demolition derby gametype, where you get points for ramming players at high speed.
** Online play can frequently turn into Car Fu, unfortunately. ''Forza Motorsport 3''[='=]s netcode means that a slight bump can cause a car to act like you did a full blown PIT maneuver, and can result in a pileup with every player mashing into each other; the first corner of a track is notorious for causing these pileups. The problem of slight taps sending cars spinning has been fixed in ''Forza Motorsport 4'', but there are usually pileups at the first corner because people drive like idiots.
* Later entries into the ''VideoGame/MidnightClub'' series includes a power up called ''Aggro'' that renders your car invincible, allowing you to literally plow through traffic with aplomb. Using Aggro while riding a motorcycle, though, induces massive lulz...
* A signature of the ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquer'' series is that vehicles can crush infantry by rolling over them. For many vehicles, it's actually their most efficient way to kill enemy infantry, which can help make up for their CripplingOverspecialization. Later installments have [[UpToEleven upped the ante]] on this by having certain tanks being capable of crushing ''other tanks''.
** Not to mention that the splat of running over infantry definitely counts as a MostWonderfulSound, which in of itself encourages the player to use this form of offense. Doubly so for the sound of enemy armor being crushed under your much bigger armor.
** Likewise in its predecessor, ''VideoGame/DuneII''. Do ''not'' send an infantry squad to take down an otherwise defenseless Harvester.
*** There's a reason the Harkonnen scout vehicle in ''VideoGame/EmperorBattleForDune'' is called the Buzzsaw.
** In ''[[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberianSun Tiberian Sun]]'', at least, a squad of infantry ''can'' destroy a harvester. But they can only do this if the player micromanages them, and [[ArtificialStupidity tells them]] to [[TooDumbToLive get out of its way]].
*** Excess harvesters can also be used as damage soaks during an attack. This trick only really works with AI opponents, though. They can also be used as impromptu demolition trucks, if you load them up with the volatile Blue Tiberium first.
* The ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert'' series. The series with the Soviet Apocalypse tank, a tank so big it can crush ''other tanks''. Or the Allied Assault Destroyer, a literal battleship on tank treads which can do the same. Or the Allied Battle Fortress, in which running over things, including other tanks, is its primary means of attack.
** The otherwise harmless (at least to ground units) Slingshots and Mantis drones in Kane's Wrath can kill infantry by running over them despite they can only attack air units.
** While the Soviet Sickles mainly use their machine guns to take out infantry, they can also use their Flea Leap ability to land on and crush them.
** And then there's a couple of Soviet SupportPower abilites - "Magnetic Satellite" and "Orbital Drop". The former allows you to suck up tanks, planes, and ships out of the battlefield into space; the latter allows you to [[ColonyDrop drop those same vehicles]] right on top of your opponent.
* In the old ''VideoGame/SilentScope'' game, one of the bosses is fought during a highway chase. Once you shoot him a few times, however, he falls out of his car, and then proceeds to hijack an 18-wheeler truck, which he then tries to ram you with. Whether you LET him is up to you, and your steady aim, of course....
* You can employ the normal "run-into-someone" version in ''VideoGame/{{Crackdown}}'', provided you account for the dodging that gang members tend to do. This is one way to increase your Driving skill, and provided you also don't run into too many civilians, improve your rank. (See also the "Superpowered Car Fu variation" section.)
* The whole point of the Takedown in the ''VideoGame/{{Burnout}}'' series of games since ''[[VideoGame/Burnout3Takedown Takedown]]''.
** Traffic Checks take this to another level: not only can you use your car as a weapon, you can use ''other'' cars as weapons.
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry3DantesAwakening'': In a cutscene Dante used Lady's motorbike to beat monsters.
* In ''VideoGame/MafiaTheCityOfLostHeaven'', the car is almost a GameBreaker. If you are allowed to drive it on a mission against normal thugs, you are indestructible. The mission in the harbor is the most obvious example.
** Depending on how lucky you are, as Tommy still takes damage from inside the car. The car itself also takes damage, and a shot to the gas tank will end your mission fairly quickly. The use of a car is especially problematic in "A Great Deal!" when attempting to access the ground level.
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'': The finale of the battle with Bane has Batman taking Bane down by using the Batmobile as a remote-guided missile.
-->'''Batman:''' No, Bane...this time, ''I'' break ''you!''
** It should be noted that this maneuver is repeated in ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' as Batman's super attack, albeit as the final attack in a short combo.
* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' makes Car Fu especially fun for drivers, especially in the original ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'', where getting hit by a vehicle was almost guaranteed to kill you regardless of its speed. Not surprisingly, games from ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' onward have generally {{nerf}}ed it, in more ways than one.
** That said, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' did encourage Car Fu by having achievements for running over and killing someone with a Mongoose (a light, small ATV) and killing someone with objects placed in Forge (the Achievement is called "Dropped a Tank on Him").
** In ''VideoGame/HaloReach'', attempting to splatter someone who had activated Armor Lock would resort in your own vehicle being destroyed.
** ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'' often ended up with this ''accidentally'', since it was rather easy to injure or kill Marines if you had to right an overturned Warthog in close quarters. Something similar applies to ''VideoGame/Halo5Guardians'', where it's easy to accidentally kill your entire team if the side of your tank just barely nudges them.
* ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' is in love with this trope. Between running people over with your air boat, dropping cars on zombies, and running people over with your scout car, you do a lot of this. It's also possible to use the Gravity Gun to punt cars, including your own (if you're not in it at the time), at enemies.
** ''VideoGame/HalfLife2: Episode One'' also features several sections where you have to move cars with the gravity gun in order to cover up antlion dens.
** And then there's the car in ''Episode 2'' which has no built in weapons (besides the bumper), but still manages to be far and away the best way to kill the Hunters in the big battle at the end.
** In at least one point in the series you can drop your car on your enemies with a crane. In fact, there's an achievement/trophy for it.
* ''VideoGame/UnrealTournament2004'' and ''VideoGame/UnrealTournamentIII'' have the Onslaught/Warfare and Vehicle [[CaptureTheFlag CTF]] gametypes, all of them which, of course, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgebTIoYQ54 allow this trope to happen]]. You have up to 7 to 20 vehicles and, being a competitive game, Car Fu is a ''very'' important skill in these games. You can also find some vehicles in a few Assault maps as well in 2004, and a Darkwalker in a Deathmatch level in III.
** The announcer will yell "Roadkill!" or "Hit and run!" when you run over a player on foot; "Pancake!" in the rare case you manage to drop a vehicle directly on top of an infantryman; and "Vehicular Manslaughter" and "Road Rage" when running over several players in vehicles, without being killed. The Scorpion even has extendable blades designed to chop up infantry as you zoom past.
** In ''[=UT3=]'', the Necris Viper and the Scorpion can be set to self-destruct. If a player aims a vehicle at a given target, sets it to self-destruct, jumps out just as they're about to hit the target, and manages to kill someone with the resulting explosion, the "Bullseye" distinction is granted. Earning Bullseye twenty times grants the "Deathwish" award. Getting roadkill/pancake fifteen times in a match equals a "Road Rampage", ten of which bestow the "Armadillo" award, and killing a player in an aerial dogfight makes you a "Top Gun", twenty of which bestow the "Ace" award. A player who has killed at least one player with each vehicle earns the "Jack of All Trades" award. Destroying certain vehicles with the main gun on the Goliath tank produces a declaration of "Eagle Eye". Many of these can also be found in ''[=UT2004=]''.
** The below examples in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront'' also apply here, from a Manta or Scorpion loaded with spider mines or sticky grenades, to flying a severely damaged aircraft of any sort above a large plateau or cliff face, abandoning it, filling it full of mines, then using its momentum to drop it in the middle of the crowd below. A good way to begin the assault on the enemy powercore when repairs would take too long. Idle this with the player in question also having a redeemer, or having set the time-delay superweapons to fire right before. Works better in larger games as there's more chaos to cloak your move.
** "Pancake!" is actually fairly easy to get in the right vehicle; the Manta sharply descends if one uses the alt-fire, at least in [=UT2004=]. Fly/hover above/over some poor schmuck and hit it. Watch the Manta descend like a meteor and the giant fan blades will [[ChunkySalsaRule pulverize your victim quite thoroughly and incredibly messily.]] Give yourself bonus points depending on how far up you were when you started the dive, assuming you actually hit your target, given that looking down is not easy with the camera setup.
** If you want to see this in action, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KICiPS1KnWU look no further.]]
* In ''[[{{VideoGame/Tribes}} Starsiege: Tribes]]'', running players over with tanks or the Shrike VTOL fighter is one of the easiest ways to dispatch infantry. In ''Tribes 2'', ramming vehicles usually either blows them up (in the case of Shrike versus Shrike), blows up the smaller one (grav cycle versus tank), or just gets both vehicles stuck (tank versus tank)
* It is a proven fact that one of the best ways to destroy a building in ''VideoGame/RedFaction: Guerilla'', is to drive a car through the building, park it inside, and then blow it up, possibly setting additional explosives to weaken the building structure, or just taking it out with the much-loved Sledgehammer.
** If you're on ground, the enemy use this as their modus operandi: crash the car into you then get out and start shooting.
* This trope is the heart and soul of the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series. From cops trying to ram you during chases, to you using your own car to take out pedestrians or force other cars off the road and into buildings. And of course you can use a gun while driving as well.
** Especially fun when you use the car as a projectile. Drive at target in police view (say, said police). Accelerate. Abandon vehicle. If the target doesn't dodge... squish. And no wanted levels! Another less than realistic piece of fun from ''Vice City'' was the old standby, the chopper blades of chopping, which I don't think really ticked off the cops in that game, either (they wise up for ''San Andreas'''s sequel, though.).
** Car Fu is particularly helpful in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'''s "Waka-Gashira Wipeout", in which the player is tasked with eliminating the mark from inside the vehicle. Sure, you can do a drive-by...but it's a lot simpler just to throw the Cartel Cruiser at him.
** And this hasn't exhausted the ''really'' sneaky uses. Pushing someone very slowly into water, creative getaway barriers for your enemies, "reparking" your "future" car (the Mule pornmobile immediately comes to mind) or that of your enemy with a heavy other, "parking in" one of your "friends" who has the annoying habit of running into the enemy's bullets, etc. etc., the possibilities are endless.
** With the more recent content patches in GTA Online, players can purchase rocket-powered cars that propel this trope to the max.
* ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'', like Grand Theft Auto, can use cars to run over Triad enemies or ram into enemy cars. This trope is taken to another level thanks to environmental grapples. Melee fights can see Wei drag enemies to a parked car and take them out by slamming them into it, brutally using the door to finish them, or even just throwing them into the trunk.
* ''VideoGame/ZombieDriver'' has you use your own car to run over tons of zombies while saving survivors.
* ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' plays this straight and subverts it. Early in Leons campaign, a school bus is used as an impromptu escape vehicle. It's blocked by a Whopper zombie but the bus is able to run it down. The same bus then tries to run over a lone zombie at the beginning of the next chapter, and ends up going all ''Film/TheItalianJob''. Just before a semi arrives to finish the job of sending the bus over a cliff ... This doesn't end well for the NPC's in the bus.
* In ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront'' and its sequel, a player can ram ground troops with their vehicles, although this is usually ineffective as most ground vehicles are quite slow. However the swoop bikes can be used to kill an enemy by running them over, although careful timing you will need. The droid AAT, while moving slowly (especially in the first game, with no boost), is rather pointy and will take out clones pretty fast if you ram them.
** In addition, many players have discovered a tactic in that they can place mines on the front of their vehicles as they will detonate the moment they come into contact with an enemy unit. As a result, ram tactics can result in a spectacular, albeit suicidal if you don't jump out quick enough, victory.
** If you're really good, you can also kill people by landing on them with starfighters. This is the only consistent method of killing hero characters in ''Battlefront 1'' along with running them down with Speeder Bikes. The ''other'' consistent method is using a vehicle to drive them into environmental death traps, though bombs still work for that, it's just much easier with a vehicles.
** Sweeping up enemy infantry is particularly potent in levels like "Theed", which afford little room for troops to scatter.
* Eva rides a motorcycle up Ocelot's face the first time they meet on-screen in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater''. He somehow survives.
** Not something one can do in gameplay, but Raiden gets caught at the end of act 2 in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots MGS4]]'' by the manipulator cords of two of the Gekko mini-metal gears. He proceeds to spin around like a breakdancer and use the 5ton machines as a pair of flails. With his feet. A hugely immersion-breaking [[AWizardDidIt CyberNanobots Did It]] moment.
* In ''VideoGame/TotalOverdose'' you can do a BulletTime-style dive out of a car before it crashes into something, also if you jump out of the car just before an impact, no matter how soft this will be, the [[MolotovTruck car]] [[EveryCarIsAPinto will]] [[MadeOfExplodium explode]].
* Used in ''VideoGame/KrushKillNDestroy'' by certain vehicles; the robot faction in the sequel are immune to it.
* ''VideoGame/{{Carmageddon}}'' tracks were designed to be completed as [[RacingGame straight auto races]], demolition derbies, or competitive genocides on squishy pedestrians. Since the last option extended race time potentially indefinitely, permitting [[WideOpenSandbox broader map exploration]] and [[HundredPercentCompletion collection of all cash and point bonuses]], it became the more popular but less challenging choice.
* Subverted in ''VideoGame/FridayThe13thTheGame'': attempting to run Jason over with a car will only result in a wrecked car and [[NoSell an unscathed Jason]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Interstate 76}}''
* In the early days of ''VideoGame/PlanetSide'', the most common use for tanks and other heavy vehicles was ramming infantry, which generally instantly splattered them. The hover vehicles were especially notorious for this, with the hover tank Magrider earning the [[FanNickname nickname]] Magmower (and other less savory names). Eventually, this tactic was sharply reduced in effectiveness, to the great dismay of tank drivers everywhere.
** The New Conglomerate's Vanguard battle tank is still horrifically effective at mowing down infantry, as it can instagib any non-MAX player; combine that with the tank's sheer ''hugeness'' and instagibbing 150 mm cannon and you get a giant lawnmower of death.
** The Terran Republic's Prowler can also squish infantry very nicely, but given its slower speed and dual 100 mm cannons that also kill infantry in one shot but at over twice the rate of fire of the Vanguard's single 150 mm, the driver rarely gets the chance to actually claim any kills.
* In ''VideoGame/MapleStory'', Kinesis' most powerful moves involve dropping a train (or later, several, along with other scrap metal) on opponents.
* ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'' has two Stage Fatalities like this. For the Street, you simply throw your opponent in the path of an incoming taxi, and he/she is run over and decapitated. For the Subway, you hold your victim's face against the side of the rushing subway from the edge of the platform, then for good measure, throw him/her to the tracks on the ''other'' side of the platform to be crushed by another train.
* Two vehicles, the buggy and the dumptruck in N64's ''VideoGame/BlastCorps'', also work on this same principle. It helps others destroy a little bit faster, but it's the key to beating these vehicles' missions.
* While there's mostly ranged weapons involved, the ''VideoGame/TwistedMetal'' series has plenty of Car Fu moments; any vehicle can engage in Car Fu against other vehicles and the occasional pedestrian or enemy driver; there's even damage bonus for T-boning an opponent (colliding with them in their side) in some versions. And certain other vehicles (especially in ''Twisted Metal Black'' and not just Darkside) have Special Weapons that emphasize Car Fu. For example, Yellowjacket's omnidirectional spike launcher has a secondary attack mode where turbo-ramming an opponent with them deployed but not fired will increase the collision damage. Grasshopper's special has her [[AwesomeButImpractical launch into the air to 'squash' other vehicles.]] Axel's hidden secondary Special Weapon retracts him inside his torture wheels, turning it into a single, humongous tire that decides it doesn't need be on a Monster Truck to crush cars and people. And let's not forget Mr. Slam (ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin -a modified backhoe), the only vehicle that can Car Fu with a ''grappling'' attack. Over and over.
** Though any large vehicle does acceptable damage when ramming smaller vehicles, this is ''Twisted Metal'''s Darkside's raison d'être. You even get damage bonuses for hitting them with the side of your truck, or the back of their vehicle with YOUR back. Also, Hammerhead's special attack only triggers if you ram into and then ''run over'' the enemy car.
* Although no damage is dealt, you can use collisions to throw off enemy aim in ''VideoGame/BattleTanx'', especially once the flippy hovertank is introduced.
* ''VideoGame/{{Battlezone|1998}}'', the PC game update anyway, features hovertanks galore, some stupid fast. About the only advantage to an infantryman who's lost his vehicle is that he can attempt to use the sniper rifle to shoot the other guy out of the vehicle before the big squish.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Mass Effect|1}}'', one of the best ways of dealing with Geth Armature and Colossus walking tanks is to knock them down by ramming them with your Mako APC. An even better way is to park said Mako on top of the felled walker and dismount to [[FixedDamageAttack punch it full of holes.]]
** Another example can be found [[spoiler: later on when the Mako is driven through a miniature mass relay in a cutscene. It plows through a couple of geth mooks before stopping]].
** The Hammerhead hovercraft in the {{D|ownloadableContent}}LC for ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' is similarly good at Car Fu. Ramming geth, while usually not immediately lethal, tends to send the humanoid ones flying. If near a cliff or [[LethalLavaLand lava lake]], gravity usually does the rest. As for the armatures, they typically collapse and have to get back up, leaving them sitting ducks for the Hammerhead's missiles for a few seconds.
** The proud tradition continutes in VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda with its Nomad rover, despite the Nomad being (a) unarmed, (b) lightweight and high off the ground meaning most people won't even be killed if hit by it, and (c) ''an exploratory rover not rated for combat'' Ryder ''still tries to and enjoys it.''
---> '''Ryder:''' "Speed bump!"
* In a ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' trailer, Jin Kazama uses motorcycle-fu against [[{{Mooks}} some of his dad's bodyguards]] before Kazuya slices the bike in half with a heel drop.
* ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}''
** In ''VideoGame/Battlefield2142'', one notable tactic for annoying the hell out of enemy infantry is to approach them in a jeep, beep the horn, and then run them down when they turn to investigate the sound. This tactic also extends to killing tanks and APCs by loading a jeep full of plastic explosives, driving full throttle toward the vehicle, jumping out, and hitting the detonator. This is known, for good reason, as "jihad jeeping".
** The tactic runs all the way back to ''Battlefield 1942'', where using light vehicles as suicide bombs against tanks proved to be a viable tactic.
** Some servers don't like you doing it though. They usually put a warning up front: "No jihading please!"
** In ''VideoGame/Battlefield3'', this tactic comes back with the c4-packed jeep.
** ''VideoGame/BattlefieldBadCompany 2'' had the perfect design for the proper form of jihad jeeping: a squad of friends could choose to join a "hardcore" lobby, where friendly fire was turned on. The pre-made squad would then all choose the assault class and throw all their C4 on an ATV; they would then restock on C4 by throwing an ammo box, and would continue to throw as much C4 as possible on the ATV. Two squad mates would then get on the ATV-one driving and one on the back- and would drive into buildings, vehicles, groups of enemies, etc. Here's where hardcore comes in: Instead of getting off the ATV and letting it carry itself to the target, the players would ram into the target and detonate the C4, killing themselves in the process due to friendly fire being on. Now ''that'' is how you Jihad jeep.
*** Jeeps are also used to grief friendly players. Since vehicles still have momentum after you jump out, many a jet-camper has died an unexpected death.
*** C4-packed skid-steer loaders (a vehicle added in Back to Karkand) may become quite popular now after this TV ad for the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo5-XpQ5Jkk
* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', Jeanne frequently (and quite masterfully) uses her bike to deal the hurt to Angels and, at one point, battle Bayonetta. The latter is just as skilled as proven in Chapter 8.
* Opening scene of ''VideoGame/MegaManX2'' has X riding a hoverbike, jumping off of it, and it crashing into a mechaniloid.
* Midway games' ''Wheelman'' centered its entire gameplay around improbable "Car Combat".
* Like the ''Command and Conquer'' and ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront'' examples, certain vehicles in ''VideoGame/EmpireAtWar'' can crush infantry, or in the case of the AT-AT, small vehicles. Hover vehicles cannot, but any tracked vehicle or walker can. Averted, however, because usually troops and the T2-B light tanks will move out of the way. The AT-AT can also crush low walls, but will normally just go around them. Used straight, however, with the TIE Mauler, a light tank for the Empire whose main attack (despite 3 laser cannons) is to just run over infantry. With the Mauler, infantry will not move out of the way automatically.
* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', an easy way of taking out enemy {{Mooks}} is by simply [[RammingAlwaysWorks running into them]] while riding on Epona in the midst of a gallop.
** An even better ''Zelda'' example is how in both ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'', not only can you run into enemies with Epona, but while riding her you're ''invincible''.
* In ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros Brawl]]'', Wario can ram into opponents with his motorcycle, dealing damage and knockback based on its velocity (Potentially up to the point of being a OneHitKill due to [[GoodBadBugs an amusing glitch]]). After he falls/jumps off, the motorcycle can be thrown around by anybody, and after it explodes from the abuse, the tires can be weaponized, as well.
* In ''VideoGame/JakIIRenegade'', one easy way to carve some health off KG Blast Bots was to steal a vehicle, gun the engine, accelerate to maximum, and jump off at just the right time to drop the flying car/bike onto the Blast Bot's swollen metal head, before shooting the frak out of it with your collection of guns. Then came the gun-toting vehicles of ''VideoGame/Jak3Wastelander'' and ''VideoGame/JakXCombatRacing''...
** Player-induced Car-Fu was also possible in a game that can be called "Bop!". Take any double-seated Cruiser, hang around in the low hoverzone, then switch to the high hover zone to smash into a single-seater Zoomer, upon which the Zoomer is blown up but Jak's vehicle remains perfectly fine. Due to the delay in the explosion, shouting the name of the game when hitting the Zoomer results in the rather satisfying "BOP! *BOOM!*", especially if said explosion takes out other vehicles. Sadly was no longer possible in Jak 3, as the vehicles got more health due to the war going on.
** ''VideoGame/JakXCombatRacing'' specifically has one game mode that ''requires'' you to do this. The Rush Hour mode features you driving your car on given circuit while endless stream of car-drones goes in the opposite direction. The objective is to ram the highest possible number of them for points. Death Race mode features drones going in the same direction meant to be shot to scrap, but if you run out of other weapons than base machine gun and have fast enough car ...
* ''VideoGame/DeadRising'' features cars as the most powerful zombie-killing tools in the mall. They're more or less required if you want to get Zombie Genocider - 53,594 splatters on your windshield in less than 6 hours! Promotional trailers for [[VideoGame/DeadRising2 the sequel]] showed Chuck Greene heading into a zombie mob riding a dirt bike -- ''with running chainsaws strapped to the handlebars''.
* The superhero RTS/RPG ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'' when it was first released, prior to a patch, had involuntary NPC Car Fu. If a character ran into the street in front of a car, it would hit him, and knock him away a little bit... then hit him again before he got up, knocking him away a little bit... then hit him again before he got up, knocking him away a little bit, and so on, until either the car turned, or the character died.
** In the second game, ''Freedom Force vs. the Third Reich'', you can easily bludgeon someone to death with a car. Hell, it's necessary to complete some maps without taking advantage of El Diablo's brokenness.
* There are a couple examples of this in the Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog series.
** In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', on the very first level, an absurdly MASSIVE semi-truck tries to flatten Sonic into road kill. One wonders how this truck got around the sharp corners without smashing the buildings. Mind, this truck was operated by G.U.N. -- the military! All just to squish Sonic.
** It returns along with the stage it comes from in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', only now with [[UpToEleven buzzsaws and rocket boosters!]] This game also reveals what the truck was carrying, which are military drones, deployed from the back (while the truck is still in motion) when the truck driver accidentally passes Sonic.
** In ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'', you can do this. Convertible, motorcycle, jeep, or Humvee, you can do this.
*** Some levels have large objects that Shadow can flip over. In the first level, the burning city of Westopolis, the large object in question is a ''fire truck''. [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Even better, Shadow flips over said objects with one hand]]. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome The end result is]] [[ClusterFBomb a foul-mouthed]] [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac]] three foot tall black hedgehog [[CrazyAwesome that can flip over a fire truck with one hand while holding an assault rifle in the other.]] Ultimate Life Form much?
** An infamous stretch in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' has Sonic being chased by a tornado that's constantly sucking in cars lying about and launching them in Sonic's direction, as if it's sentient and malicious. In the same game, Silver the Hedgehog also has a habit of attacking by telekinetically lifting cars and chucking them at his opponents. Like the truck, both of these return in ''Sonic Generations'', though in ''Generations'' Silver not only tosses cars at Sonic, at one point he telekinetically crumples up hundreds of cars, and other shrapnel he finds, into a building-sized ball and rolls it down at Sonic.
* ''VideoGame/MadWorld'' has a motorcycle example. Jack has a Bloodbath Challenge where he spins his motorcycle around to knock aliens into various deathtraps. The boss fight in that same level involves both of you on motorcycles, with the final QTE having you smash your motorcycles into each other to try to beat the other's ride into submission.
* You get the Road Rage Execution Style in ''VideoGame/TheGodfather: The Game'' the first time you run over an enemy gangster with a car, while the Traffic Accident Execution Style is collected by shoving an enemy so that someone else runs him over for you.
* The methods of travel used by the protagonists of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'' might be counted as a rare ''inversion'' -- since [[CoolShip Gummi Ships]] haven't been invented yet, the characters get around by use of a hoverbike, a hoverboard (?) and a glider resembling [[Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind Nausicaa's]], all of which are actually non-standard forms of their Keyblades.
* The ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' games have several examples of these. One of them in ''Modern Warfare 2'' is a pickup controlled by Shadow company running into a minigun-equipped Ultranationalist Humvee.
* Occurs during a cut scene in ''VideoGame/RedSteel2'', when the villain Payne tries to run over the player with a tanker truck. The game then starts a series of [[PressXToNotDie quick-time events]] where you have to fight Payne while avoid being thrown from the runaway truck.
* In ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'' you drive a stock car through a plate-glass window... and get quite a number of Zombie skulls jammed in your tires.
* In the laserdisc arcade game ''Road Blaster'' (later released for the Sega CD as ''Road Avenger'', and not to be confused with the later ''Road Blasters'' by Atari Games), the player is a man taking revenge on a gang that ran him and his newlywed wife off the road, killing her. He achieves this by taking a surprisingly durable CoolCar and returning the favor over the course of a single day and night, up to and including ramming a helicopter while jumping a canyon.
* For video games, the UrExample would have to be the controversial 1976 (yes, you read that right) UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''Death Race'' by Exidy. Apparently inspired by the movie ''Death Race 2000'', the game involved running over human-sounding "gremlins" to turn them into grave markers and thereby score points within a time limit. [[OrSoIHeard Word has it]] that several of the machines were destroyed as a result.
* The Hornet car in ''VideoGame/FightersMegamix'' is a literal example. The car stands on its back tires, and boxes with its front ones.
* Early in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', the protagonists run into Dubhe, who is impervious to all of your attacks. The level at first seems to be an "escape" level, but the escape is blocked off before you can reach it. Then [[spoiler:Daichi]] runs a truck off of a bridge and into Dubhe, turning most of its immunities into ''weaknesses'' and taking out about half of its HP in one shot.
* In the later ''VideoGame/MechWarrior'' games (the simulator mech combat game set in the ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' universe), ramming an enemy mech with your mech does contact damage based on how fast you're going. It's entirely possible to ram an enemy mech to death, then have them [[OhCrap blow up in your face]]. In ''VideoGame/MechWarrior Living Legends'', it's possible to do Car Fu with tanks and ''jet fighters'' - [[GoodBadBugs which used to]] cause the rammed vehicle to go flying off into the distance, spinning wildly.
* When ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' implemented minecarts, the fanbase began producing minecartillery tracks to fire carts at incoming hostiles in record time. Then came the complex stuff, like derailing them while full of sharp stuff, grapeshotting the incoming goblins AKA the dwarven shotgun, or recreating VideoGame/{{Frogger}} with the invaders in question.
* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' you get bonus "respect" points every time you run someone over with your vehicle. Bailing out of the vehicle you're driving so it smashes into other cars or people works too.
* In ''VideoGame/DotHackGu'', you eventually get a motorcycle in each volume of the game that can be used to ram into enemies on the field as a pre-emptive strike if they don't notice you. The second volume onwards allows you to customize the bike to make it cause more damage and make it invisible to avoid being seen. Hilariously, using it for HitAndRunTactics against the [[BonusBoss Doppelganger]] is the easiest way to kill it (Thanks to it not regenerating HP if you flee) and allows you to do so far before you can defeat it through conventional means.
* In ''{{VideoGame/Borderlands 2}}'' the first boss enters the ring by throwing a car. Granted, it was a cutscene, but it counts.
** Other enemies of his type can also do this with the destroyed scenery cars laying around elsewhere.
* In ''VideoGame/GhostRecon: Advanced Warfighter'', enemy vehicles may run you and/or your teammates down if you're in their path, [[ChunkySalsaRule killing you instantly]].
* ''VideoGame/RoboArmy'' has an InvincibilityPowerUp that transforms the player characters into a Power Buggies, allowing them to run down the hordes of enemies. In humanoid form, they can also pick up and throw cars.
* In ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', A car running into [[spoiler:Beat and Rhyme]] was how they died.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfTanks'' players sometimes use this, sometimes because the target's only on one or two HP and ramming them won't expose you to enemy fire. Sometimes just for the hell of it (as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKgB2aPOR2c Mighty Jingles demonstrates with a KV-5]])). In general ramming damage is based on three factors: the relative armor level between the two locations that impact each other, the relative weight difference between the two tanks, and the relative speed of the collision. This means that a large, heavily armored tank is always going to come out better in a collision than a lightly armored small tank. The Japanese Tier V O-I Experimental is thus the most powerful ramming vehicle in the game, as it's a Super Heavy tank weighing more than 100 tons that's capable, once it's engine is fully upgraded of hitting [[Acrofatics 40 KPH]] with more than 75 mm of frontal armor. That's bad enough on its own, but because it's a Super Heavy tank it can mount Super Heavy Spalling Liner, which gives it +50% effective armor when calculating collision damage. That means that in a collision with anything of Tier VI or lower, it's going to win unless it hits another O-I, and it can even effectively ram some Tier VII vehicles to devastating effect.
** Some even take it a step further with a tactic called Cliffdiving, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin basically driving their tank off a cliff and right down on-top of an enemy tank]]. One Youtuber in particular (the aforementioned Mighty Jingles) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Nn2ZVdUPjQ made an impressive cliffdive kill]] to take out an enemy artillery tank that was trying to drown himself and deny a kill.
--> "Oh no you don't, sunshine. ''Not on my watch.''"
** The game actually features a trainable crew skill called "Controlled Impact" which increases ramming damage dealt and decreases ramming damage received by 15% when fully trained. (Only applies to tanks that are in motion. Getting rammed while sitting still means the skill is not factored in.) Training this on a large but slow tank can make opponents who try to finish off a low HP tank by ramming it get ''quite'' the surprise when they impact it.
* Sometimes happens in the tank combat of ''VideoGame/WarThunder'', though not always as effectively as in World of Tanks due to the game using a more realistic damage system. Although depending on the terrain, the angle of approach, just what you're ramming and with what, you can end up flipping the enemy tank entirely.
* ''VideoGame/ArmoredWarfare'' definitely allows and sometimes even encourages this--there's hardly a tank that doesn't do at least 40 kph, and many can go upwards of 60 kph. A 60-ton M1 Abrams can get up to 72 kph--do the maths. It's not unheard of for low-health enemies to simply be smashed aside and destroyed by an MBT that doesn't want to wait for its gun to reload. The problem is that it's possible to accidentally ram ''your allies'' at such speeds, requiring some care on the part of players to avoid team-damaging or worse, team-killing. In a slightly more mundane yet still awesome example, a lot of the secondary objectives in a cooperative mission can be accomplished simply by driving a tank straight through some unlucky trucks.
* ''Videogame/{{Factorio}}'' often encourages you to use your vehicles as a weapon against the bugs threatening your factories. The humble [[CoolCar handbuilt car]] can plow through small (man-sized) and medium bugs, though it takes damage as it runs them over. Trying to run over a [[BigCreepyCrawlies big bug]] will result in it running you over. The [[CoolTrain diesel train]], on the other hand, will gleefully plow through thousands of bugs of any size without a scratch due to its sheer speed and mass; using a ring circuit for a train around your factories can make an [[MundaneUtility excellent first-line defense]], though a repair system is necessary to keep train tracks in good shape after bug attacks.
* ''VideoGame/BumpNJump'' is Car Fu on the cute side. You bump other cars to the side of the road to blow them up, and also jump right on top of them to destroy them.
* ''VideoGame/RocketLeague'' encourages this, as driving at top speed allows you to ram into opponents to blow them up, taking them out of the game for a while.
* ''VideoGame/TransformersDevastation'' takes this UpToEleven by making Car-Fu ''part of the game's combo system''. Press the prompted button after a basic combo and watch your character rev-up and ram, tackle, even burn rubber on their bodies and ''fucking backflip''. As Optimus Prime says during a BossBattle with Starscream "Ever wonder what happens when a delicate jet gets hit by a truck?"
* ''VideoGame/AlphaZylon'' puts you on the receiving end of this, trapped in a park with many cars attempting to run you over.
* In ''VideoGame/UrbanRivals'', the Uppers finishing move has a limousine trample the opponent's card...and then a poodle gets out and relieves himself on said card to add insult to injury.
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'': Ramming into an enemy with a minecart will inflict damage if the minecart is travelling fast enough. There's an achievement for killing an enemy this way.

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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
** At one point, Blue team inadvertently remote-controls the Red team's Warthog jeep, causing it to pin Sarge to a wall.
** The Reds later use the same vehicle in the penultimate episode of the ''Blood Gulch Chronicles'' to ram over an army of time-cloned Agent Wyomings.
** The series makes its intro to CGI in ''Revelation'' by [[spoiler:having Grif drive the Warthog ''straight through a wall''. He then barrels into Agent Washington with his ride.]]
** This seems to happen to poor Wash a lot. Every time he's in a car or near one, bad things seem to happen-- they get thrown at him, they run into him, explosives go off underneath them... in his own words, "Why do cars hate me?!"

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* Used by the year "MMX" against the death in this ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2011-01-02 strip]]
* According to ''Webcomic/NobodyScores'', the car is a legitimate weapon in a DrunkenMaster's arsenal. Which Jane Doe goes on to prove.
* In one strip of ''Webcomic/GoneWithTheBlastwave'', Crosshairs and Pyro find a tank that's run out of fuel, and don't want to just booby-trap it and leave it for the enemy. Their solution? Push it off a building onto some enemy soldiers.
-->'''Soldier:''' Do you hear something?

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The ''WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID'' crew try to run down ''[[HumanoidAbomination the Slender Man]]'' in "Ashen Waste". They get teleported back to their basement for their troubles.
* Akiko Yamaguchi from ''FanFic/BattleFantasiaProject'', by the time the story starts, had resorted to using cement trucks as a standard weapon against the MonsterOfTheWeek.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
** Aquerna is once rescued from a (superpowered) bully by Skids, who spuns out a snowmobile just right to smack the guy in the butt and launch him headfirst into a snowbank.
** During the climactic battle against Anti-Champion in "Saks and Violence", the minor supervillain Dave ("all the good names were taken") seems to flee the battle in a flying tank... only to come back around and ram Anti-Chump head on at over Mach 1, something that would take almost ''anyone'' down.
* In ''Literature/TheSalvationWar,'' it turns out that tanks squish demons just as easily as anything else.
* Skillfully combined with a '''double''' LetsGetDangerous in ''WebOriginal/LegendyPolskie'', when [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Eugeniusz]] rams the basilisk with his [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FSO_Polonez Polonez]], a car that dangles close to the end of the CoolCar list.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'', Hammerhead's unnamed chauffeur engages in some Car Fu against (especially) ComicBook/SilverSable. Even earlier in the series, Hammerhead's car door is used to knock the Green Goblin off his glider.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. A mysterious car that was probably Blurr ramped off a highway bridge to crash into Blitzwing (a jet), but Blitzwing pulled up and just narrowly avoid crashing into him. It may be a DoubleSubversion considering the fact that pulling up made him ''crash into a building''.
** In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', a terrorist organization, MECH, is trying to steal a nuclear device from an unarmed group of civilian vehicles. [[MuggingTheMonster It doesn't end up so well for them.]]
* Comicbook/LoisLane saved a weakened Superman from Metallo this way in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. Superman also grabbed two of these to quickly crush Kalibak.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'':
** In "The Big Chill" episode, Bats uses ''remote'' Car Fu to bring Mr. Freeze down; the car misses him and then Batman uses the jets on the car to melt Freeze.
--->'''Freeze:''' Two words, Batman: Snow Tires.\\
''[cue activation of jets]''
** A later episode sees the technique used on Metallo to save Superman.
--->'''Metallo:''' I'm not moving another inch.\\
'''Batman:''' Suit yourself.\\
''[cue Batmobile driving into Metallo]''
* ComicBook/TheQuestion's final appearance in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' features him running over Darkseid's minions with his car.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''
** Brock Samson does it often.
** In "Dia de Los Dangerous!", he drives his Dodge Charger into the Monarch's lair, rolling over the Monarch's henchmen casually. The best part is that he uses the windshield wipers to clear away all the blood. Earlier on in the episode, Brock is actually knocked out by the Monarch's Henchmen running into him at full speed with the Monarch-Mobile. After being revived by Dr. Venture, he then proceeds to drop his Charger out of an airplane into the Monarch's lair, where the aforementioned massacre ensues.
** In "Return to Spider-Skull Island", he has the robot H.E.L.P.eR. drive his car into a window, onto the episode's villain, while he himself is tied up to the car's roof.
** In "I Know Why the Caged Bird Kills", a villain attempts to drive over Brock with her car, which only makes him ''madder''. Brock's counter attack is too awesome to be described in mere words. To give some idea; she hits him at full speed. Which is ''exactly'' what Brock wants....
** It's later revealed that the first attempt The Monarch made on Venture's life under his super-villain persona involved ''driving his car all the way through the Venture compound and into the lab'', ''[[Film/TheBluesBrothers Blues Brothers]]'' style. Had he not gotten out of the car and gotten his ass kicked by Venture's then bodyguard, he probably could have succeeded.
** In Brock's own words, "they hit me with a truck..."
** In another episode, Brock's Charger is re-programmed to mow him down, forcing him to fight it one-on-one.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/StrokerAndHoop''. C.A.R.R. tried to drive through a building's wall to make a dramatic rescue, but as Stroker pointed out it was reinforced concrete and he failed to go through.
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' has Frankie bash the doors down with the bus in the Halloween special after she has trouble finding the right keys. That and there was a creepy man with a hook...
* In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', starting Season 2 Ulrich is fond of using his Overbike to ram against XANA's monsters, destroying the smaller ones or pushing a Megatank into the Digital Sea.
** And in episode "A Bad Turn", William uses Car Fu in the real world against a materialized Krabe in the Factory. After slamming into the Krabe, it is snagged by a rope linked to the car, which is then thrown down the elevator shaft, dragging the monster along.
** The earliest example of this trope in ''Code Lyoko'' occurs in Episode 4, "Log Book". XANA attempts to use a bus to blow up an oil refinery.
* Disney's ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'': "Ow He hit me in the nose with a car! Why did he do that?" "Because he's pure evil."
* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', Glenn ''[[LovableSexManiac freakin']]'' [[DirtyOldMan Quagmire]] of all people does this in [[Recap/FamilyGuyS10E3ScreamsOFSilenceTheStoryOfBrendaQ "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q"]] when after being [[DisneyDeath seemingly choked to death]] by his sister's [[BastardBoyfriend abusive boyfriend]], Jeff, he gets into his car, [[ThisCannotBe to Jeff's surprise]], and ''[[Awesome/FamilyGuy squashes Jeff against a tree]]'', killing him.
-->'''Jeff:''' What the hell?! I killed you!\\
'''Quagmire:''' I choke myself everyday, you bastard!
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' had Sarah throwing a car [[{{Hammerspace}} from seemingly out of nowhere]] onto Nazz. ''While inside the school.'' Guess she is just as strong as her brother.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Suffice it to say that armoured fighting vehicle crews refer to infantry as "Crunchies" for a reason.
* During some engagements in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, like the Battle of Kursk, Russian tank crews would sometimes ram German Tiger tanks. The hundred-ton pileup would disable both vehicles, but it was a worthwhile tradeoff as the Russians [[WeHaveReserves had a lot more tanks to spare]] -- and the Tiger far outclassed the Russian T-34 in a head-to-head fight anyway. However, a good deal of the reports were down to Soviet propaganda - whilst there were undoubtedly genuine incidences of [[TakingYouWithMe Russian crews ramming enemy vehicles]], most such "last stands" were in fact down to the unusual design of Soviet tanks. The T-34 would keep moving even if the driver took pressure off the gas - what was actually happening was that the crews were dead and the tank simply continued in the direction it had been travelling until the fuel tank blew up or the engine packed in.
** A rare Western Front example, where an Irish tank crew rammed a King Tiger to disable it, is described '''[[http://ww2live.com/en/content/world-war-2-mc-he-rammed-king-tiger-tank-ishpzabt-503-and-disabled-it-his-british-sherman here]]'''
* The 1997 street brawl in Amarillo, Texas [[JerkJock resulting in the death]] of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Deneke Brian Deneke]] is a particularly tragic (or [[KarmaHoudini infuriating]]) example of Car Fu.
* Some crooks use cars to break into stores. It's rarely very effective, as it alerts everyone to the crime immediately.
** It depends on how busy the area is at the time, and how quickly they can grab and run...
** In the late 90s, at least (unsure if it's still as prevalent) [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ram-raiding]] was endemic in UsefulNotes/{{Sydney}} and UsefulNotes/{{Melbourne}}. The perpetrators would typically use two [stolen] cars: an old tank such as an XD Ford Falcon to do the ramming, and a fast getaway car. The getaway car was often the newly-introduced Subaru WRX, a car that would leave police pursuit cars of the time standing, under any and all conditions...
** The phenomenon dates back to the late 1970s, according to [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]], and was invented in Belfast of all places; [[CoolCar Cosworth-engined Ford Sierras]] were the preferred getaway car in the UK for a while.
* During his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akihabara_massacre June 8, 2008 knife rampage]] Tomohiro Kato first drove a truck into the crowd, and only then proceeded to knife people down.
* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Heemeyer Marvin Heemeyer]] covered a bulldozer in armor and proceeded to drive through a Colorado town, destroying everything in his path. Police tried to combat the "killdozer" with an earthscraper, but it was easily brushed aside. Amazingly, there were no (bystander or police) injuries sustained, although he did cause several million dollars worth of damage.
** A close second would be of a similar deed done by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shawn_Nelson Shawn Nelson]], who rampaged in San Diego with a stolen ''M60 Patton main battle tank''.
* For the RammingAlwaysWorks version of this trope, when facing a roadblock made of vehicles it's recommended you aim your car at the boot(trunk) of the vehicle (not the heavy engine compartment) and push through at ''slow'' speed.
* Related example: A livestock and antique vehicle rally a couple of years ago featured [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Tractor Football"]] as a top-billed event. Whether it was some kind of StealthParody or if playing football on your tractor is SeriousBusiness in the depths of rural Northamptonshire is a matter for conjecture.
* Bumper cars, anyone?
* Demolition Derby. Take a bunch of rednecks who have modified the hell out of some old junkers, and put them in a pit where they intentionally ram one another. Last car running is the winner.
* A variant of Car-fu happened in China when a guy used his bicycle to knock two muggers on a motor scooter.
* The PIT maneuver is still a major police tactic, with the side effect of looking awesome at the same time.
* At the UsefulNotes/ParalympicGames ''Wheelchair'' Fu is quite common in Basketball and the 'chairs used for Wheelchair Rugby are especially reinforced to withstand collisions which can reach impact speeds of up to 60MPH.
* The popularity of car bombs (suicide or otherwise) probably falls into this category.
* A rare female mass murderer, Priscilla Joyce Ford sped down several sidewalks in Reno, Nevada, killing seven and maiming over twenty. During interrogation, she boasted about her desire to kill at least seventy-five.
* Similarly, in 1973 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olga_Hepnarova Olga Hepnarová]] borrowed a truck and deliberately ran it into people waiting at a tram-stop, killing eight; she became the last woman to be executed in the former Czechoslovakia.
* In cases of people who are extremely anxious about driving, their anxiety stems from the fear that they will accidentally kill someone.
* Car crashes have been shown to be the leading cause of death by any kind of accident in most countries.
* The practice of protest groups making human chains and blocking roads in the mid-2010's as a way to get their message across led to some drivers plowing through them to continue on their route or otherwise break up the protest. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement And that's all we have to say on the matter.]]
* There are [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3800644/Police-Man-hit-alleged-robber-car-drive-ATM.html quite]] [[http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/03/16/armed-robbery-victim-hits-the-gas-and-runs-over-suspect-but-it-gets-much-worse-for-the-gunman/ a]] [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3445009/Carjacker-17-critical-condition-having-ARM-ripped-trying-rob-man-met-Craigslist.html number]] of cases where [[MuggingTheMonster a robbery victim]] runs over their robber.
* An increasing number of terrorist attacks are involving [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle-ramming_attack the use of a vehicle as a weapon against a crowd of people]].
* [[http://www.nytimes.com/1982/08/21/us/gunman-in-miami-kills-8-in-rampage.html A mass shooter]] was stopped when an employee of the metal shop and a BadassBystander got in a car and ran him down.

!!!Superpowered Car Fu variant

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''
** Dio Brando effortlessly throws two cars at Jotaro in their climactic battle. Jotaro later counters with Tower Fu.
** Dio Brando also effortlessly tries to squish Jotaro under a steamroller. While time was frozen, no less.
** This is one of Dio's gigs, really. His typical response is to freeze time, shower the opponent with knives thrown during the time freeze so they hit all at once, and then to make certain the guy stays down, flatten him with a steamroller.
* Despite it being unintentional, ''Manga/OnePiece'' goes the extra mile by using ''Train'' Fu to take down a giant.
** During the Battle of Marineford, [[spoiler: Little Oars Jr., the giant, uses one of the government's battleships to open a breach through one of Marineford's walls.]]
* The illusionary Evangeline of ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' against Negi in his BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: kicking the Chao Bao Zi Dining-Car Restaurant right into him -- after he barely escaped its falling frame when she had thrown it into the air with one of her earlier attacks.
* Being both a gratuitous user of {{Improvised Weapon}}s and an individual with SuperStrength, ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'''s Shizuo Heiwajima has done his fair share of this.
* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', Sniper has ImprobableAimingSkills and can mark opponents so objects home in on them. Yusuke isn't worried as he is able to avoid rocks and knives. [[OhCrap Then he sees a truck heading for him]].
* In the first ''Anime/PrettyCureAllStars'' movie, a Zakeena shaped as an airplane attempts a bit of Plane Fu on the gathering Cures. Cure Black and Cure White gut kick it ''in the air'' to stop it.
** In the fourth movie, Fusion throws an ''oil tanker'', straining the Smile and Suite teams into stopping. Then, Fusion swats them away and sends it flying again. It gets stopped for good by Cure Black, Cure White (''again'') and Shiny Luminous.
* In a fun variation, this trope is combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/IzettaTheLastWitch''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Classic ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' stuff.
** The classic image of Superman smashing a green car into someone, as well as the ''Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis'' repeat of Superman from Earth-2 beating down regular Superman with a similar-looking green car.
** Franchise/{{Superman}} tries to pull this with a ship on The Parasite in one ''JLA'' comic.
** Also, [[https://comicvine.gamespot.com/homage-covers/4015-43734/images/?tag=Action%20Comics%20%231 any homage to the cover of his first appearance]], ''ComicBook/ActionComics'' #1. In that case he's shaking the villains out of their car and smashing it.
** The only bright spot in the otherwise unfortunate ''Hush'' arc was Jim Lee's depiction of Supes' Street Cleaner Fu (against Batman, no less).
** Supes has been on the receiving end of Car Fu by others as well. One example during Supergirl's brief stint as a Red Lantern: she picked up a large cargo ship and used it as a baseball bat against him.
** A fight between Batman and a mind-controlled Superman ends with Supes about to painfully use the car-club variation on Bats, before his attention is distracted elsewhere.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** Some incarnations of Kara love this.
** In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Supergirl Vol 5]]'' #34, [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_pScx8BN4h3s/SOTRh51_-hI/AAAAAAAABQA/pJGoN9Q9WR4/s320/sg+34+4.jpg Kara drops a garbage truck]] on super-villain Silver Banshee.
** In ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' Kara ''doesn't'' use a car as a giant club. She uses an ''ocean liner'' as a giant club.
** In ''Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom'' issue #5, Supergirl confronts Darkseid's warrior Stompa. Stompa flings a car at Kara. Kara's eye beams bisect the car, and then she sandwiches Stompa between both halves.
** In ''ComicBook/SupergirlRebirth'' story arc "Reign of the Cyborg Supermen", a Kryptonian Cyborg attempts to throw a car at her. Supergirl wraps the car around him.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}''', the titular anti-hero picks up and tosses cars around as rampaging through Metropolis.
* ''Comicbook/TheAuthority'':
** The Midnighter realizes that the EvilOverlord's EvilTowerOfOminousness is a gigantic MookMaker, and since The Authority's heavy hitters (and Swift) are all busy trying to save LA from the mooks that have already been dispatched there, it falls to Midnighter to take out the tower, which he does by crashing into it with the team's spaceship.
** He's been on the receiving end, too. On one occasion, a pissed off bad guy challenges Midnighter to dodge a hurled car. Instead, Midnighter jumps, tucks, and rolls [[SuperWindowJump right through the car's windows]]. His verdict, as the car crashes into a heap behind him: "Dodging is for amateurs."
* ''Brit'' #7 contains several variations of this during a fight against the BodySnatcher inhabiting ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}''. First, Brit looks like he's going to crash into the BodySnatcher, but instead drives past it and uses the car to pull a building onto it. When the BodySnatcher's recovered from that, ''then'' Brit crashes into it, and to keep the onslaught going, his friend uses her teleportation powers to drop every car on the block on its head. The BodySnatcher maintains control just long enough to pick up a car and hit Brit over the head with it.
* Superheroes are so used to using other peoples' cars as projectiles, one ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' comic had Ben casually turf a guy out of his cab so he could chuck it at Johnny during an ''argument.'' He was in a pretty bad mood at the time.
-->'''Driver:''' My cab!\\
'''Ben:''' Send me a bill.\\
'''Driver:''' Right away. ''[runs]''
* Writers tend to forget this, but Franchise/SpiderMan is strong enough to throw Cadillacs.
** They remembered this in -- of all places -- the videogame adaptation of the first movie. It kills your agility, but you ''can'' hoist up cars. One of the more annoying levels takes place in a multi-storey garage. Beaning Oscorp's little spider-drones with a handy car is ''very'' satisfying... as is doing it to the Green Goblin himself on the bridge.
** At one point, Doc Ock tries to crush Spidey with a pair of cars he picked up from the street. Spidey dodges by jumping in a side window, notices the key is still in the ignition and proceeds to ram the car into Ock.
** Who can forget him sending a semi on collision course with the Juggernaut? [[spoiler:Didn't work, though.]]
* Scans Daily has an entire "[[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/tag/in-joke:+carol+vs.+car Carol vs Car]]" tag to denote the unending enmity between Carol "Comicbook/MsMarvel" Danvers and the various malicious automobiles of the Marvel universe.
** [[http://i47.tinypic.com/a5c8c9.jpg Most famously perhaps using one to slap a mind-controlled Stature.]]
** Yet she was surprised when Arachnne did it to her.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}'' when Miracleman fights Kid Miracleman and they end up amongst the refugees from London, he throws a car at him.
-->'''Miracleman:''' I'd like to say the car was empty, but that would be a lie.
* ''Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules'':
** During ''ComicBook/CivilWar'', Hercules uses Oil Tanker Fu on Comicbook/IronMan.
** Later in his own series, he employs jeep-fu on three dark elves and a troll.
* ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'':
** In Volume 1, the title... heroine(?) tries lifting a car to lay a smackdown on a [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever monster]], but ends up: a) accidentally ripping the bumper off first, b) spraining a muscle in her back, c) not fazing the monster any, and d) causing lots of collateral damage. And naturally, the owners of the car aren't too pleased to find out what happened. Probably one of the few instances where this is addressed.
** The 2013 special ''Animal Style'' had flashbacks of Emp in her college days explaining that not only throwing a car is bound to leave the owner [[{{Understatement}} not pleased]], but explained how ''wasteful'' it is: throwing just the engine block (denser than the car as a whole) does ''a lot'' more damage, and the parts of the car have various possible uses (crumpling the hood over the foes' head to blind him, using the axle to bludgeon the foe, etc.).
* In ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'', this is how Peter finally gets the upper hand against [[BigBad Norman Osborn]] -- Mary Jane ''steals a Semi'' and rams it at full speed into the Goblin, incapacitating it for a few moments. When the Green Goblin comes to, Peter lifts the Rig over his head and beats him with it until it explodes, [[KilledOffForReal ending the fight.]]
* In ''ComicBook/HelOnEarth'', after Superman punches [[WellIntentionedExtremist H'el]] into a car dealership, H'el retaliates by raining down cars on him.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Tossing around motorcycles is basically Loz's way of fighting in ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'': Mr. Incredible takes out Syndrome by throwing his convertible at him.
* In ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', Stitch whacks one of the villains with a Volkswagen while quipping, "Blue punchbuggy! No punch back!"
* Done by [[HumongousMecha Megamegamind]] in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}: The Button of Doom'' short by loading cars into a wrist-mounted crossbow and firing them.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The end of ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBaronMunchausen'': [[WorldsStrongestMan Albrecht]] drags an entire fleet of sunken derelicts out of the ocean by their anchors, swings them around in the air, and ''flattens an army'' with them.
* ''Film/FantasticFour2005'': The Thing chucks a car at Dr. Doom.
-->'''Car owner:''' The transmission sticks!\\
'''Thing:''' Not gonna be a ''problem!'' ''(toss)''
* ''Film/SpiderMan2'' has Doc Ock throwing a car at Peter and Mary Jane's date, only being saved by the SpiderSense. (Although as [[http://www.moviemistakes.com/film3843?singletype=plothole someone pointed out]], it wasn't a wise thing to do.)
* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In the 2008 ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'' film, the Hulk turns a police car into a pair of boxing gloves to pound the Abomination into submission. This is taken from the video game that actually came out well before the movie, as seen below.
** ''Film/IronMan1'':
*** Stane, while in his Iron Monger suit, lifts up a car ([[KickTheDog containing a mother and her children]]) and throws it at Tony, who has to break the car's fall and put the car down properly.
*** Iron Monger grabs a motorcycle as its driving down the highway and smacks Iron Man with it. Motorcycle Fu, more specifically, but Tony ''still'' had a van drive over him only moments beforehand.
** Done by Thor to bowl over some mooks in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''.
** In ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', Ian takes advantage of an area with reduced gravity to pick up a car and crush some Dark Elves with it, correctly reasoning that while the wonky gravity may have reduced the car's '''weight''', it's ''mass'' remains the same. Some nice in-universe FridgeBrilliance on his part.
** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'':
*** Captain America flips over the motorcycle he is riding and throws it at a HYDRA jeep.
*** Hulk tosses a car at Iron Man in the Hulkbuster and when he catches it, he shoulder checks the car into him.
*** Ultron tosses a few cars around while escaping through Seoul.
** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'': Captain America and [[spoiler:Ant-Man work together to throw a truck at Team Iron Man during the airport battle. Cap gives Ant-Man a dirty look when it turns out to be not a water truck but a [[StuffBlowingUp tanker truck]]]].
* In ''Film/{{Jumper}}'', Griffin invokes Car Fu with his teleportation abilities to drive at a constant high speed and be unimpeded by traffic (he just jumps the car around). He later invokes ''Double-Decker Bus Fu'' by jumping said double-decker bus from a busy urban street straight into his desert lair in an attempt to kill Roland.
* Another hand-held version: ''Film/TheOne'', with ''motorcycles''. Creator/JetLi's villain character picks up a motorcycle and uses it as a cudgel on two cops. He then picks up the second motorcycle in the other hand and smashes them together with the third poor cop between them.
* In ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'', Magneto uses his magnetic powers to throw cars ([[IncendiaryExponent set on fire by Pyro's powers]]) at the US Army.
* In ''Film/{{Super}}'', psycho sidekick Boltie used this trope to make some serious damage (something she ''longed for''), in a cringe-inducing way. Great celebrations followed.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In the GrandFinale of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', Olivia Dunham deals with [[spoiler:Captain Windmark by throwing a car at him using her cortexiphan powered abilities.]] It's super effective.
* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In "The Last of the Cybernauts...??", the super-strong Kane physically shoves Mike's Range-Rover into him, squashing him between two cars and knocking him out before going after Purdey.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The Nosferatu from ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' are known for using their SuperStrength to wield and throw ridiculous objects as weapons. Because of this their clanbook contains rules for wielding such things as gates, cars and 40-tons trucks (just don't bother with the last one unless you don't have a choice, okay?). The most ironic part of this is that the game has no rules for actual Car Fu. If you crash a 40-tons truck into a werewolf at 120 km/h, the gamemaster just has to make up what happens.
* The latter problem lead to a fully outfitted system for Car Fu in the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'', including statistics for vehicles, damage based on speed and weight of both "participants", and examples of when Car Fu is a really bad idea (using a small compact to try to ram a Death Raging Werewolf, for example).

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'', players who have learned SuperStrength could pick up cars or even buses to throw at opponents.
* Captain Falcon's [[LimitBreak Final Smash]], the ''Blue Falcon'' in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl''.
** Also Wario's motorcycle. After he's done running fighters over with it, any character can pick it up and throw it.
*** [[SuperMode Wario Man's]] bike is, like the Blue Falcon, a OneHitKill.
** Also, in an example of Tank Fu, the VideoGame/StarFox characters' Final Smash summons a Landmaster Tank, which you can drive around the stage, running over your opponents and blasting them with the cannon. ProTip: The Landmaster can also [[ATwinkleInTheSky carry opponents off the top of the screen to knock them out]].
** If you want to extend it to flying vehicles, you could include Olimar's Final Smash, or at least the end of it when his ship crashes back onto the stage, the Warp Star, and the Dragoon.
* For a more literal Car Fu (or Motorcycle Fu), see ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 3''. Beating up mooks with a motorcycle while swinging it around as a weapon!
** Too bad it's [[CutscenePowerToTheMax only available during a cut-scene]]...
* Various "telekinesis" style attacks in ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' are extremely effective if there's a car or SUV in the battle you can chuck at [[TheHeartless The Noise]].
** Joshua's primary form of attack (when he's not in GodMode, anyway) is to conjure cars and other large metal objects to drop on opponents.
* Some of the stronger characters in ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'' can pick up cars to throw them at their enemies.
* The swinging cars around version is a major gameplay feature in ''VideoGame/TheIncredibleHulkUltimateDestruction'', to the point where turning vehicles into more practical weapons is one of the big selling points of the game. [[PowerFist Car fists]], anyone?
* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}: The Game'' game deals with a fair amount of car-throwing.
** Does it count as car throwing if [[TransformingMecha it's in robot mode when you throw it?]]
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' arms the giant monster Jurassik with a club made of two rusted saf38 girders with a car wedged inbetween. Smush.
** The "Propel" power of Gravity Control, which conjures and hurls a random large object, occasionally summons a car.
* [[TheJuggernaut The Tank]] from ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' can utilize Car Fu by PUNCHING the vehicle in question towards the unfortunate Survivor that has attracted its ire. Being struck by a car soaring through the air is an instant incapacitation on any difficulty level. The Tank can also throws enormous chunks of masonry as well as cars.
** Tank + car + alleyway = "survivor bowling"
** Any other similar large objects like forklifts and dumpsters can also cause instant knockdown.
* In the gore extravaganza video game ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'', various vehicles can be used in imaginative ways. The ever-present cars of New York City can be used both as projectiles or literal battering rams if the player keeps the item held when moving through a crowd of civilians, enemies or even other cars, knocking everything out of the way. Significant upgrades to throwing damage are available and the game even provides hints on how to most effectively deal damage with thrown objects. It is very possible to finish the game with cars as your main weapon.
** Also, you can [[Franchise/DieHard kill a helicopter with a car]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Crackdown}}'', not only can you run gangsters down with your vehicle, but by bulking up your strength, you can progressively throw a car door, a car, and a semi at enemies... thereby gaining more strength, to a degree.
* A [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Giant Monster]] wielding a car on a girder as a giant [[DropTheHammer hammer]] in ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''? [[{{Pun}} You bet]] [[http://paragonwiki.com/wiki/Jurassik Jurassik]]! Sadly, {{Player Character}}s don't get to wield cars of their own. (That's one of the few things ''VideoGame/ChampionsOnline'' has on 'em.)
** To be exact, ''VideoGame/ChampionsOnline'' allows any character with a high enough strength to use ATV's, cars, trucks, or even hovertanks and APC's as either bludgeoning weapons, or as thrown weapons. Much collateral damage is had...
* In ''VideoGame/WildArms4'', a member of the QuirkyMinibossSquad is a demon who has complete mastery over space and can thus teleport {{tank|Goodness}}s above your characters and [[DeathFromAbove drop it on their heads]].
* In the original ''Command & Conquer'', you were able to run over Nod Attack Cycles with GDI Medium Tanks.
* [[RealityWarper Yukari Yakumo]] takes this to a whole new level with one of her spellcards in the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fighting games, when she literally summons a TRAIN out of nowhere to hit her opponent.
* ''VideoGame/WarOfTheMonsters'' naturally features Car Fu, being a giant monster brawl. Just don't try punching an enemy with a [[MadeOfExplodium fuel tanker in your fist...]]
* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'' has the FinalBoss, a zombie in a {{Humongous|Mecha}} [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Zombie]] [[HumongousMecha Mecha]]. Once his health [[TurnsRed drops below half]], he gains an attack where he drops a ''winnebago'' onto six of your plants, [[OneHitKill instantly squashing]] them.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'': Sazh can command [[SummonMagic Brynhildr]] to transform into an [[{{Pun}} extra-hot]] [[CoolCar ride]] to utilize this form of combat, especially if it involves [[KillItWithFire exhaust pipe-delivered burnination]].
* A mainstay of the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games. Bumping your opponent off the road and into trouble is part and parcel of the game, especially with the different vehicle/driver weight classes in the later titles. Several of the power-ups play the trope even straighter: the Bullet Bill rockets the player further ahead, knocking aside anyone it hits, while the Mega Mushroom turns the player into a giant who [[SquashedFlat squashes flat]] anyone he runs over.
* ''VideoGame/SuperTuxKart''. Aside from bumping the opponents, the gift boxes include weapons such as bowling balls and cupcakes, which can be thrown to the opponents.
* In ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave'', one of the weapons that can be equipped is a minecart. Some skills involve riding a ghost train through the target.
* The main gameplay of ''Taito's Chase HQ''. Nothing stopping criminals with vehicles.
* Comicbook/SheHulk's level 3 super move in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' involves grabbing a car out of nowhere and throwing it on top of her opponent. Naturally, [[EveryCarIsAPinto it explodes]].
* In ''VideoGame/UltimateSpiderMan'', the first boss fight (not counting the prequel fight with Venom) is against the Rhino, and ends in a car lot. Naturally, he throws cars at you.
-->'''Rhino:''' Let's see how you deal with a car upside the head!
* Vehicular homicide is one of the safer ways to kill people in ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''. The "[[ShowWithinAShow FUZZ]]" minigame even keeps track of how many enemies you run over and starts penalizing your score if you do it too often. On the other hand, enemies or even civilians can also do serious damage with their own cars, so be careful going too far on foot.
* The third MiniBoss of ''[[VideoGame/{{Contra}} Contra: Hard Corps]]'' throws cars at your character. Thankfully, it's ''pathetically easy'' to avoid, as long as you stay on the left side of the screen.
* Once you get the first telekinesis upgrade in ''VideoGame/DestroyAllHumans 2'', you can pick up a car telekinetically and bounce it against someone's head. This won't kill them until [[EveryCarIsAPinto the car turns out to be a Pinto]] and explodes, but when this does happen, it's usually fatal. (Although this can lead to some FridgeLogic where sitting a ton and a half of metal on someone isn't fatal until it blows up.) With the second upgrade, you can move to ''{{Tank|Goodness}}'' Fu.
* ''Manga/WanganMidnight Maximum Tune'' is infamous for this when players start playing dirty (i.e. ramming other players off, or punting traffic cars around), while it's the staple gameplay in the lesser known ''Manga/WanganMidnight R''.
* In a bit of BlackComedy[[note]]She was nearly killed by a car accident in the source material.[[/note]], Akiko-san from ''VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}'' has this as her DesperationAttack in ''VideoGame/EternalFighterZero''.
* In ''VideoGame/BionicCommando'' (2009), Rad Spencer can use his bionic arm to pick up and throw all sorts of objects, including cars.
* Naturally encouraged in ''VideoGame/AngryBirdsGo'' since the carts are made of easily breakable material and will slow your opponents down with each fallen part.
* ''VideoGame/Halo3'': There is an achievement especially for this version of this trope called "Tank Dropper".
* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', the titular character can not only annihilate enemies while driving (as mentioned in the first section), she can throw carsat Angels with ''or without'' the help of Madama Butterly. During the fight against [[spoiler: Temperantia]], she can throw tramways and even trucks at him with little to no effort.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', Morgana can turn into a car. When in the Mementos dungeon, he can ambush enemies by ramming into them, and during battle, he can knock down all enemies by transforming and driving in circles as a special follow-up attack.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}}'' you can throw or swing cars at enemies. In fact, an achievement called "Improvised Kills" encourages such methods. Also, there is another achievement called "Open Air Parking" which requires you to destroy a helicopter by throwing a car at it.
* Playable characters in the ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series are capable of picking up and using a lot of what can be found around them as weapons. This includes bicycles, mopeds (called "business motorcycles" in-game) ''and motorcycles''.
** Special mention goes to Kazuma Kiryu in ''[[{{Prequel}} 0]]'' and ''[[UpdatedRerelease Kiwami]]'', who has a combat style called "Beast" which allows him to pick up items to use as weapons naturally as part of a default Square-button combo (as opposed to his Brawler and Legend styles, which requires the player to pick up the weapon manually, and his Rush style which doesn't allow Kiryu to pick up weapons, though you can still punch/kick smaller items into people). This includes the aforementioned bicycles, mopeds and motorcycles.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Left 4 Dead}}'', [[TheJuggernaut The Tank]] can punch cars at the survivors, leading to an instant incapacitation if one of them gets hit.[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': In ''Red vs. Blue: Reconstruction'', [[TheJuggernaut The Meta]] first demonstrates its super strength by throwing the Red team's Warthog jeep at Grif.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/AntiheroForHire'':
-->'''Baron Diamond:''' [[http://www.antiheroforhire.com/d/20041231.html Johnny says you win a car!]]
* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'': Substitute a motorcycle for a car, and you get [[http://drmcninja.com/page.php?pageNum=27&issue=15 this]].
* ''Webcomic/CaptainBroadband'' threw car at Imaginary Cat. It was unsuccessful. Innocent bystander standing in car's path at time loses 50HP. Innocent bystander is destroyed.
* ''Webcomic/{{Panthera}}'''s Leo and Pardus use their earth- and air-powers to throw a car at [[spoiler:Oosterhuis]]. It is glorious.
* In ''Webcomic/WhenSheWasBad'', Gail has broken an opponent's arms only for them to quickly heal. Ben suggests they take off -- a fight like this will be unproductive. Gail [[http://whenshewasbad.smackjeeves.com/comics/631281/12-22/ has a different idea]].
* {{Deconstructed|Trope}} in ''Webcomic/GrrlPower''. [[MagicAndPowers If you]] [[SuperStrength can lift]] [[PsychicPowers a car]], it is [[NighInvulnerability very]] [[MadeOfIron likely]] [[InvulnerableKnuckles that]] ''[[RequiredSecondaryPowers you]]'' can [[LampshadeHanging hit harder]] than a steel frame and fiberglass panels. Not to mention it's someone's transport you are smashing, and might get you sued as a result. [[MetronomicManMashing Slam baddies into the ground instead]], there's six and a half sextillion tons of rock below and it's owned by the city more often than not.
* Also deconstructed in ''Webcomic/SuperTemps''. When Christie (an [[HulkingOut Hulked Out]] barrista) tries to lift a car to throw it at Skull Girl, she just rips out a part it. This is followed by a "public announcement" by Mr. Evil explaining why.
-->'''Mr. Evil:''' Too many supers still think that using cars as a weapon is just a matter of SuperStrength, grab & toss. Simple physics says that if you grab any large object by anything other than a part of its main structure, inertia makes it sure most of it stays where it is.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': "Captain Hammer... threw a car at my head."

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':
** Villains will frequently use cars as weapons. In "Hereafter", Lobo took this to the extreme by ''burying'' Kalibak under a veritable mountain of cars. He's about to add another to the pile, when Hawkgirl admonishes him with "He's beaten. Put the car down!" Lobo mutters, "I was gonna..." and throws the car into a building.
** Attempted by a couple of bank robbers driving away from a heist in one episode. The driver sees a woman standing stock-still in the middle of the road, and accelerate to run her over. It turns out Wonder Woman was trying to take a day off...it ends [[PedestrianCrushesCar about as well as you can expect]].
** One time Superman smacked around Captain Marvel with a bus... and when that wasn't enough, resorted to ''Bank Vault'' Fu.
** Heroes use them, too. The Big Seven came to fight Luthor/Braniac in a Javelin, one of the JL's shuttles for earth-to-Watchtower transport. When they're starting to lose, Wonder Woman wields it just as one would its namesake.
** Batman's ''[[Awesome/JusticeLeague satellite]]'' fu at the end of the "Starcrossed" arc.
** Later in ''Unlimited'': it's a good thing Hawk and Franchise/WonderWoman are MadeOfIron. In its debut episode, the Annihilator decides to smack them both with a ''tank''. Ow.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has a death-match between Homer and a biker that eventually ends with them each ''picking up a motorcycle and dueling with them like swords''.
-->'''Biker:''' We both knew it would come to this!\\
'''Homer:''' You and me, chopper to chopper!
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': The not-yet-assimilated Starfire drop-kicks a car at Robin. She is outdone a few seconds later when Cyborg throws a bus. It's evidently not as effective in Japan due to the absence of gas guzzlers.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'':
** In episode "[[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/A_Plague_of_Insecticons A Plague of Insecticons]]", Optimus Prime yells "Megatron, catch!" and throws an ''oil tanker'' at his foe.
** There is also an episode where the MacGuffin weapon has froze all the Autobots in vehicle mode. They prove to be not as defenseless as the Decepticons thought.
** The Stunticons, a Decepticon Combiner Team. Every member of said team is heavily reinforced for ramming and stunt driving, and often engaged in acrobatic flips, rollovers, and bouncing off walls to change direction, all in vehicle form. And of course they can ''[[CombiningMecha combine into the really big robot Menasor]]''.
** And Wildrider makes the other Stunticons look like driving grannies, with about as much regard for road safety as a teenage playboy in his first Ferrari.
* Jenny's friend Misty in ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' recommends using this tactic to stop a KillerRabbit. Jenny [[DefiedTrope disapproves]] because the "club" is a [[BusFullOfInnocents bus full of young children]] and the wall Misty wants to squash the rabbit against is a hospital, and Jenny [[DestructiveSaviour doesn't want to defeat the rabbit by endangering either party]].
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbMissionMarvel'':
** During the climactic fight, Hulk is battering Venom between ''two'' cars. And then he uses a huge radar dish, for good measure.
** Then ComicBook/{{MODOK}} makes use of telekinesis to try pushing a street sweeper into Iron Man, who just catches it and throws it back at M.O.D.O.K.'s face.
* During the breakout in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'', Bane starts tossing police cars as weapons.