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->"''''I'' want a car! Chicks dig the car!''"
-->-- '''Robin''', ''Film/BatmanAndRobin''

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Sometimes, a character's theme goes beyond wearing his underwear on the outside. These are ''vehicles'' that follow a costumed character's theme; they may resemble the costume, or extend the idea behind the character. Regardless, these conveyances are recognizably a part of the individual's ''leitmotif'' (not to mention the [[MerchandiseDriven show's merchandising campaign]]).

This trope doesn't necessarily include [[SignatureTeamTransport ''iconic'' vehicles.]] While the ComicBook/XMen's Blackbird is identifiable by fans, it doesn't continue their visual theme, and it wouldn't be recognized by someone who wasn't familiar with it. A good determiner is to ask yourself, "If I saw this for the first time on the street, how likely would I be to identify it as belonging to ?".

If the vehicle stands out from being at least some decades old in the setting, it is the HerosClassicCar.

Most of the time a CoolCar; if the character isn't supposed to be particularly enthusiastic about cars, or fabulously wealthy, or have specialized transportation needs it counts as an ImprobablyCoolCar. For a specific type of Thememobile, see {{Faceship}}. Not to be confused with the [[IncrediblyLamePun Pope Mobile]], although it is an example of this trope. May overlap with SignatureTeamTransport.

Most of the [[MerchandiseDriven toyetic]] live-action 1960s TropeMakers were customized by George Barris, the only leading Southern California-based customizer/showrod builder willing to work to Hollywood's hurry-up-and-wait production schedule more than once.

For the grammatical construction associated with this, see {{Hyperaffixation}}.

Due to TheProblemWithPenIsland, this trope can either be pronounced "theme-mobile" or "the me-mobile." Make of that what you will.



* Gaze upon Oscar Meyer's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wienermobile Wienermobile]]!

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
%%* Speed and the Mach 5, in ''Anime/SpeedRacer''.
%%* The Lions, from ''GoLion''.
%%* The motorcycles from ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon''.
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'':
** They don't call them [=ZeroFrames=], but Zero has had three Knightmares whose colour schemes were made to fit his theme, and when [[spoiler:Suzaku becomes the Knight Of Zero, siding with Lelouch, the Lancelot was promptly given a makeover.]]
*** Only the first Knightmare Frame Zero used was repainted from base colours, since it was a custom version of a generic model. Zero's Burai was given a dark purple, and fitted with a set of golden oni horns.
*** In a slightly closer example, the Shinkiro was in the correct colours, and it's model number was "Type-0". This is ''after'' the completion of Type-1 through to Type-5, so this is a clear attempt to reference this trope.
*** While the Lancelot was given a makeover, the Lancelot Albion was in the same colours as it always way. The rebuilt Lancelot, however, got a horrible pink colour scheme to go with it's new pilot, C.C. Just seeing it was enough to make viewers stare.
** Zero's second Knightmare, the Gawain, fits him just about perfectly: it's painted his personal colors (black, maroon, and gold), has a sinister appearance, can be piloted by two people (allowing his partner C.C. to back up his weak piloting skills), and its flight pack and advanced computer system let it perform excellent recon. The thing is, it wasn't made for him at all, but was just a random Britannian test type. You'd think the researchers would realize that painting a Knightmare black and gold is pretty much a big sign that says "steal me".
** In general, a lot of units are painted in a style fitting of their pilot. Kallen's Burai and Glasgow, for the short amount of time she had them, were painted in red. The only red units in the series, I should point out. C.C. went and painted an Akatsuki in pink, and went the extra mile in having a Lancelot painted in pink. Cornelia's Gloucester is painted the same colour as her hair, and has a cape to boot, and the Glaston Knight's wear visors that look like Gloucester masks. It wasn't quite a given, but any unusually painted unit could be narrowed down to one or two pilots.
%%* ''Anime/YuGiOh'' has Kaiba's Blue Eyes White Jet. Oh, and the Blue Eyes White Train. As hilarious as they sound, yes.
%%** ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries ''
%%-->"To the Mokubamobile!"\\
%%"There isn't a Mokubamobile!"
* In ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'', the demon girls SUV-limousine applies far more than the angels' pink Hummer. It's a ride fitting a pair of [[AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil insanely powerful]] AlphaBitch [[ActionGirl Action Girls]] with too much money.
%%* ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'' has Alice/Cure Rosetta's bright fuchsia limousine.
* Played for laugh in ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' with the characters calling Yukari's battered car the "Yukarimobile". [[DrivesLikeCrazy A car no one who holds their life dear wants to get in.]] Other than the damage she's done to it, it's a stone-stock ninth generation Corolla sedan, in white, with an automatic so George Barris ''definitely'' doesn't live here...

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Franchise/{{Batman}} has ''many'' such vehicles that follow the bat theme. An interesting note about all of these is that Batman doesn't necessarily always call any of them by their "bat-names" in present-day comics, usually just saying "The Car", when he ''does'' call them by the Batnames, it's likely that the ridiculousness of this will be lampshaded by saying somebody like Robin, Alfred or a member of the Justice League came up with the name.
** The [[CoolCar Batmobile]], in its many variations.
** The [[CoolPlane Batplane]] or (for "flying wing" versions) Batwing: fixed-wing aircraft.
** The Batcopter: rotary-wing aircraft.
** The Whirly-Bat: also a rotary-wing aircraft, but unlike the Batcopter, a very small one-man (or ''maybe'' two) vehicle that can fit in the trunk of the Batmobile if necessary.
** The [[CoolBoat Batboat]].
** The Bat-Submersible or Batsub.
** The Batglider. Yes, there's a Batglider.
** In some versions, there's even a [[HumongousMecha Batmech]].
* Batman's villains frequently follow his example:
** ComicBook/TheJoker often has his own Jokermobile and even a Jokercopter.
** The Penguin often has a customized limousine.
** ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} had the Kitty Car and later the Catillac.
** Killer Moth had the Mothmobile. Which actually [[ItMakesSenseInContext makes more sense than you might think]], as Killer Moth intentionally styled himself as Batman's EvilCounterpart - a "Batman for crooks."
** In ''ComicBook/WhateverHappenedToTheCapedCrusader'', ComicBook/TheJoker, ComicBook/TwoFace, AND ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} have these. Others probably do as well, given the slightly... odd... nature of the piece, however these are the only ones we're shown.
** Catman has also acquired a Catmobile, as seen in ''ComicBook/SecretSix''. He drives it while insisting any similarities between his name and costume and Batman are strictly coincidental. He also had a Catamaran in his Silver Age appearances.
* The other half of the Dynamic Duo has had its own examples:
** [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson's]] Robin had a motorbike which had his colours, and was emblazoned with Rs, but was never actually called the Robin-Cycle.
** [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Tim Drake]] had a car in ComicBook/{{Robin}} colours (he had a provisional license because of his dad's disability) called the Redbird.
* Comicbook/GhostRider's motorcycle, often with its own skull-shaped windshield.
* "Archie" [[CoolAirship the Owlship]], the conveyance of Nite Owl II from ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''. Which is of course the [[CaptainErsatz Ersatz Mobile]] for the ComicBook/BlueBeetle's "Bug".
* ComicBook/SpiderMan:
** The Spider-Mobile was introduced, both InUniverse and in RealLife, as part of a corporate deal (with a car company and a [[MerchandiseDriven toy company]], respectively.) In a lovely bit of WriterRevolt, Spidey, being like many lifelong New Yorkers an untrained driver, accidentally drives it into the East River almost as soon as he gets it. It's shown up once or twice since then, and Spidey is still embarrassed about the whole ordeal.
** The Spider-Mobile concept was mocked relentlessly in-universe from its very first mention. It was proposed to Spidey by a sleazy pair of ad men [[InkSuitActor who looked suspiciously like editors Stan Lee and Roy Thomas]] and his immediate reaction was to declare "the idea of a Spider-Mobile is first-class '''dumb'''."
** Did manage to partially redeem itself when Tinkerer modified it so it could drive up walls.
** In the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' relaunch of ''Amazing Spider-Man'', Spidey gets a second Spider-Mobile and actual driving lessons. Also, SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} gained possession of the original Spider-Mobile.
* ComicBook/GreenArrow used to have an Arrow Car, an Arrow Plane, and versions of just about everything ''else'' that Batman had.
-->'''Batman:''' Good lord man, did you ever have an original idea back then?
* ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' had the Fantasticar, in several variants. In early adventures, the FF had the original "flying bathtub" model, then a second, more streamlined and versatile one that can split into four separate planes, and the Pogo Plane (based on a real aircraft) for longer trips than the Fantasticar could take. All have the team's big '''4''' logo. The "flying bathtub" is so iconic that it's still associated with the name despite having been retired back in issue #12! The "flying bathtub", like the Spider-Mobile, is in Deadpool's possession now.
** There are multiple "bathtub" model Fantasticars out there that have survived the Fantastic Four's post-Secret Wars sabbatical. One key perk Maria Hill used to get Ben Grimm to sign on with SHIELD in 2016 was a classic "bathtub" Fantasticar as his "company" ride.
* Comicbook/MoonKnight has a Mooncopter that resembles a crescent moon.
* The "Jet Pack Pets" comics in ''Disney Adventures'' magazine once introduced a vehicle for them. Not only are they ''{{Talking Animal}}s'', but they have [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin jetpacks]]. They manage to find a use for it, however... ''the drive-thru''.
* Although ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's comics vehicles aren't usually visually distinctive (but see Film, below), his also [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead patriotic-themed]] [[HeelFaceTurn foe-turned-ally]] Battlestar has a red-white-and-blue Star Car. In the ''ComicBook/UltimateMarvel'' continuity, he uses a Captain America Tank for about three panels before the Hulk tears it apart. It is also stated that he has his own toyline of similarly themed vehicles.
** Sometimes when Cap is riding his motorcycle, he will place his shield at the front which slightly invokes this trope.
* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} used to have a Lotus Seven (aka [[Series/ThePrisoner Number Six's]] car) but it was never made to stick to a theme (besides "badass") and was quickly forgotten.
* Unusually for a "cosmic" villain, ComicBook/{{Thanos}} once had a helicopter -- [[http://www.the-isb.com/?p=76 with his name on it]]!'[[note]]Spidey Super Stories #39[[/note]] (Granted, it was the "Easy Reader" kids' comic made in conjunction with ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'' and not in continuity, but still....)
* Comicbook/TheAvengers have the Quinjets:
** The Quinjets were introduced as small, fast passenger jets that take the heroes where they need to be. The name is an ArtifactTitle; they were introduced when the team had only five members. The Quinjets not only have since gotten larger to account for the Avengers' expanded roster, they're no longer even jets and in fact are equipped for short-range space travel. For a while, their teammate ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} had his own sky-cycle which was soon manufactured into multiple cycles for all non-flying members.
** The ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers, with a significantly lower budget, had "Quin-Jetta" -- a Volkswagen Jetta with "GLA" painted on the doors. Later, after getting the benefits of government sanction, a garage was shown with all sorts of things, like Big Bertha's Bouncing Buggy and Flatman's Flatamaran. Comicbook/SquirrelGirl ends up in the Squirrel-a-Gig, an autogyro with a definite squirrel motif that's based on the Bat-Whirlygig.
* ''ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock'' has a spacecraft called a Blitzspear that looks just like his head... or rather, a ''head'' that looks like his vehicle. Yes, the artist had already designed the vehicle when he got down to thinking what the Warlock's face should look like. A later issue informs us that it's actually a LivingShip, a species of {{Giant Flyer}}s that young males of his race must capture and forcibly domesticate as a RiteOfPassage before they're given extensive BioAugmentation to make them spaceworthy. ''Nemesis'' is that sort of comic.
%%* The Black Knight usually rides a winged horse named Aragorn, but he once had a flying motorcycle he called his "atomic %%steed" so it would fit in with his "knight" thing.
* Like their 1987 cartoon counterparts, the [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesAdventures Archie Comics' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]] featured the Turtle Van, Turtle Blimp, and basically any other vehicle in the toylines/cartoons at the time.
%%* For a while, even ThePunisher had his own van which was decked out with guns and a sonic cannon.
* IronMan has had a few of these over the years, despite having several suits of PoweredArmour catering for any and all environments. Although spending ridiculous amounts of money on something that would be more use for showing off than actual crimefighting in practice would be wholly in-character for Tony Stark.
* A unique variant of this trope is Franchise/{{Superman}}'s [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermobile Supermobile]]. Unlike most of these entries, the Supermobile is usually powered by Superman's abilities, not an engine or other technology. He usually uses it when there is something in the environment (red sun rays, Kryptonite, or what have you) that he needs protection from. [[http://www.toplessrobot.com/justicejogger.jpg His Justice Jogger]] is admittedly a bit more difficult to justify.
** An episode of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' featured ComicBook/LexLuthor piloting something very similar to the Supermobile, but with his own logo and color scheme.
* In ''Comicbook/{{Asterix}} and the Chariot Race'', all the chariots are themed to the drivers, mostly by being shaped like NationalAnimalStereotypes (Asterix and Obelix have the Gaulish rooster, the Roman champion has the Imperial eagle, the Britons have a pair of lions, etc.) The pirates have a chariot that's vaguely boat-shaped, with a skull and crossbones.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
%%* The Incredimobile seen at the very beginning of ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'', the human version of Vinyl Scratch owns a sweet ride very much following her color scheme, with musical notes decorations and a hood ornament shaped like DJ Pon-3's unicorn counterpart. (The toy version even has a detachable windshield that can be used as CoolShades.) It has various {{fan nickname}}s (Vinylmobile, [=DJmobile=], Wubmobile...) with the most popular being Bassmobile. To top it all, [[spoiler:it is a TransformingVehicle that can become a DJ booth with several big speakers and a laser light show]].

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The original Batman movies had many of these, as expected.
** ''Film/{{Batman}}'' had the Batmobile and Bat-Wing, the latter being so bat-themed that its entire body is (when viewed from above or below) in the shape of Batman's insignia. This conveniently allowed for a FullMoonSilhouette that resembled the BatSignal.
** ''Film/BatmanReturns'' had a slightly different Batmobile and the unusual Bat Jetsleigh. The Penguin rode in a giant floating duck.
** ''Film/BatmanForever'' saw yet another Batmobile, the return of the Bat-Wing, and the new Batboat, which doubled as a submarine.
** ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' had the most thus far: Batman had a more streamlined, single-seat Batmobile while Robin had his own cycle. Mr. Freeze, meanwhile, had his own tank complete with ice-canon. Batgirl also had her own bat-themed motorcycle. Oh, also, Batman has a Bat-Credit Card. No, really. With an expiration date of "Forever."
%%* ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''
%%** The Tumbler serves as the Nolanverse's answer to the Batmobile.
%%** "Incidentally, the Lamborghini is much more subtle..." This is a subtle in-joke. The particular model of Lamborghini Bruce Wayne drives is the Murcielago. Guess what "murcielago" translates to in English? [[spoiler:the bat]]
%%** They still threw the "[[CoolBike Batpod]]" out there but it strangely didn't seem out of place. Maybe Creator/MichaelCaine can do that.
%%** The third installment sees a flying version of the Tumbler, similar to the Bat-Wing.
%%* The Gnomemobile from the Creator/WaltDisney film of the same name.
%%* The Pussy Wagon, as seen in all of Creator/QuentinTarantino's films since ''Film/KillBill''.
%%** And also in Music/LadyGaga and Music/{{Beyonce}}'s "Telephone" video.
%%** And is Creator/QuentinTarantino's daily driver.
%%* Ecto-1 from ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''.
* ''Film/DeuceBigalowEuropeanGigolo'' has a "pimp boat" complete with hydraulics and spinnaz. Yes. You heard that right. ''A boat with hydraulics and spinnaz''.
%%* PeeWeeHerman's bicycle.
* The TV Movie adaptation of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica gave him a stars-and-stripes motorcycle, with the clear shield forming the windscreen. It fit conveniently in the white van his civilian identity drove.
%%* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' TheMovie: "Into the Weenie-mobile! Weenie-man away!"
* The first ''Film/{{Austin Powers|International Man of Mystery}}'' movie has an easily identifiable Jaguar E-Type convertible painted to look like a Union Jack with a VanityLicensePlate reading SWINGER: the [[IncrediblyLamePun Shaguar]].
%%* From ''Film/{{Orgazmo}}'':
%%-->"Quick! To the Orgazmobile!"\\
%%"My Buick Century!"
%%* The Mirthmobile from ''Film/WaynesWorld''.
* ''Film/TheBluesBrothers'' mention the former Bluesmobile, which was a Cadillac that Elwood traded in for a microphone (a fair trade, we're told). The replacement Bluesmobile seen in the movie was a former police car that at first appears to be TheAllegedCar, but endures more abuse than any automobile reasonably should.
** And also proves to be tire-shreddingly fast, in spite of its appearance.
* Film/{{Blade}} had his own car that was decked out with a few tricks. It was affectionately referred to by the crew as "the Blademobile." The name was never actually used in the film.
* In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' riff of ''Film/ThisIslandEarth'', when Cal's wormy sidekick runs off to confront him after his strange rescue, Crow quips out "Into the Weeniemobile! Weenie Man away!" when he takes off in an army jeep.
* The made-for-TV movie ''Film/BlackScorpion'' featured a Scorpion Mobile which, in addition to various weapons, can [[TransformingVehicle transform]] into the title character's mundane car and back.
* ''National Lampoon's Film/AnimalHouse'' gave us the Deathmobile during the climactic city parade.
* ''Film/SesameStreetPresentsFollowThatBird'' gives Count von Count [[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/The_Countmobile the Countmobile]].


* One of Literature/StephaniePlum's first cars (that the reader is shown) is a beat-up deal with "pussy" sprayed on the side. The pussymobile, as she called it, set the trend for her [[EveryCarIsAPinto various vehicles]] [[TheAllegedCar of questionable quality]].

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
%%* ''Series/{{Batman}}'': "Quickly, Robin! To the Batmobile!". Once Batgirl entered the show, she was given a motorcycle.
%%** TheMovie version introduced the Bat-copter and Bat-boat. Meanwhile, the Penguin and the rest of the villains had their own penguin sub.
* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' / ''Franchise/PowerRangers''
** Besides their mecha / Zords, many teams have motorcycles and the occasional car / flying transport / ATV / ''[[BigBadassRig mack truck]]'' (most of these were added in the PR versions).
** For specific examples: ''Turbo'' and ''SPD'' had relatively normal vehicles, but they visually matched their other equipment and had team logos on them. ''Ninja Storm''[='s=] Tsunami Cycles had lightning bolt designs to go with the "storm" theme. ''Lost Galaxy''[='s=] Jet Jammers and ''Time Force''[='s=] Vector Cycles sported their teams' signature zigzag and arrowhead designs, respectively. [[AnimalThemedSuperbeing Animal-themed teams]] (of which there are ''many'') often get bikes with what look like heads of the relevant animals mounted on the front. And so on, and so forth.
** The anniversary show Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger has a team wide example with their moving base being a flying and space capable Gokai Galleon which, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin is a spaceship shaped]] [[ShapedLikeItself like a galleon]]
* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** Hmmm... An anachronistic British police box on the cliffs of the planet Peladon... [[TimeAndRelativeDimensionsInSpace Who could that possibly belong to?]]
** The Third Doctor had Bessie, a 1910's vintage car in bright canary yellow that he suped up with InertialDampening, a HandyRemoteControl and other goodies.
** Also under the Third Doctor's tenure, the... brace yourself... [[http://www.retrothing.com/2010/08/the-fate-of-the-whomobile.html Whomobile]].
%%** And then he had the Whomobile, a futuristic FlyingCar.
* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' has cars with their logo on the side, especially notable as they're supposed to be a secret organisation. The organization itself is not secret, more or less the entire population of Cardiff knows they ''exist'', but only the highest-ranking government officials actually know what they ''do''. Or at least that's how it's supposed to work.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''/''Series/{{Angel}}''
%%** Spike refers to Angel's car as "The Angelmobile" in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' while making fun of the title character [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Quickly, to the Angel-Mobile. Away!"]] The scene can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwKZT332JSs&feature=related here]] (for now).
** Incidentally, Spike himself, as well as Giles, are other Buffyverse characters with highly distinctive vehicles that seem descriptive of their personalities. They follow the trope, although they don't get that much screentime.
** Most notable is Gunn's truck, which has stakes and other vampire slaying weapons attached to it.
** Giles' convertible, too. Spike describes it as "[[MidlifeCrisisCar A mid-life crisis vehicle]] -- [[CrowningMomentOfFunny something long, red, and shaped like a penis]]."
%%* In SidAndMartyKrofftProductions' ''Series/ElectraWomanAndDynaGirl'', the duo of course have an "Electracar".
* ''Series/MythBusters''
%%** Whenever the [=MythBusters=] have a myth which involves a car, it is invariably called the "Mythmobile".
%%** Boats tend to get called the "''Myth-tanic X''", where ''X'' is a number increased with every new boat.
** In their "Demolition Derby Special", they had the Mythbus. Which was destroyed when it tipped over at the end of testing a bus-related myth.
** They had [[ICallItVera Earl the Cadillac]] for a while. Then they dropped it from a crane, because they had promised to destroy it when it was donated to them.
%%* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Somewhat parodied with the Ando-Cycle -- Which we see in maybe two episodes before it's seldom ever mentioned again.
* ''Series/KnightRider'' plays with this, as one of the main characters is a car, and is one of the most distinctive icons of the series. Unless you're in [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Germany]], of course.
* ''Series/{{Automan}}'' had Cursor create all manner of Auto-whatever vehicles, covered with TronLines of the same blue-glowy effect as the man himself.
* ''Series/TheYoungOnes'': Vyvyan's Ford Anglia with flames down the side and a leg stuck on the bonnet.
* Played with on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Frasier wants to be Corkmaster at his wine club (basically the president). Roz pokes fun at this absurd title by treating it like a superhero alias, saying that "If you win, I'd love a ride in the Cork-mobile."
* Franchise/{{Kamen Rider}}s, as the second part of their name implies, have some sort of mount, most often a motorcycle. The Heisei era went to greater lengths to make the bikes more visually similar to the Riders, with some even having various forms to correspond.
** Taken to the extreme with [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Kamen Rider Accel]], who actually ''turns into a motorcycle!'' Incidentally, he also owns a "normal" motorcycle that could easily serve as a Thememobile, but is disqualified due to the fact that he only uses it when he's in civilian form.
** Series/KamenRiderDrive is a particularly noteworthy example because he's the only Rider to use a car ''instead'' of a motorcycle[[note]]his predecessor Series/KamenRiderBlackRX had one of each[[/note]]. His car, the Tridoron, fits the trope well by being able to [[MultiformBalance change forms]] in order to mimic Drive's three primary modes: the race car-inspired [[FragileSpeedster Type Speed]] (its primary form), the truck-like [[MightyGlacier Type Wild]], and the power loader-esque [[MagicKnight Type Technic]]. Drive's SuperMode, Type Tridoron, actually has the car transform into armor and merge onto his body.
* In Creator/MichaelMoore's show, ''Series/TheAwfulTruth'', there was the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin SODOMobile]], a bus decked out with dozens of signs alluding to its passengers: a group of gay activists who Moore was driving around to {{troll}} the protests being carried out by the notoriously anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church.
%%* On ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', when Kramer and Newman rush out of the apartment together, Jerry quips, "To the Idiotmobile!"
* ''Series/TheMonkees'' rode around in a radically customized Pontiac GTO called, naturally, the Monkeemobile.
* ''Series/TheMiddleman'' has fun with this, referring to nearly every piece of equipment they own this way.
-->'''Dubby:''' There's no way I can get there in time!\\
'''Ida:''' Easy, just take the Middlejet.\\
'''Dubby:''' We have a ''Middlejet?''\\
'''Ida:''' What kind of outfit do you think we're running here? Of course! It's parked right next to the Middleboat!

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s resident {{Superhero}}, [[Wrestling/GregoryHelms The Hurricane]], has his Hurri-cycle.
** Over time, many other WWE stars would have a trademark vehicle that they'd drive down to the arena. From Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's low riders up until Wrestling/AlbertoDelRio coming out in a random extremely expensive car, not to mention the dozen or so wrestlers who had ridden a motorcycle down to the ring. The ones that were consistent each time included [[Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield [=JBL=]]]'s white limo, complete with Texas longhorns on the hood and a license plate that had [=JBL=]'s logo on it, Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin's ATV that he rode around as Sheriff of RAW, adorned with cute little "3:16" flags, and Wrestling/ChavoGuerreroJr as Kerwin White had what was nicknamed by fans as "The Whitemobile", a plain white golf cart with his initials on the front.

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
%%* ''Sesame Street''
%%** Oscar the Grouch's Sloppy Jalopy.
* Roland Rat's Ratmobile (also seen in his superhero identity of Ratman). Although it actually more fits the design ethos of his sidekick Kevin the Gerbil, being a bright pink Ford Anglia with "RATMOBILE" written across the sides. The comic strip version of Roland's Ratman persona has a Ratmobile that better fits the trope, being a drag racer shaped like his own head.
* Lady Penelope's Rolls Royce, FAB 1, in ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' -- a bright pink limousine, heavily customised and upgraded, featuring bullet-proof armour, machine guns, smokescreen, oil slick and hydrofoils. For a secret agent, Penelope isn't exactly discreet in her choice of transport.

%%[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
%%* You can get these in ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds''.
%%* And you can ''build'' them in ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'', although it's quite likely to have some unfortunate quirks.

[[folder:Theme Parks]]
* The ''Disney Stars and Motorcars Parade'' at [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Hollywood Studios]] features several Creator/{{Disney}} stars in themed cars.

%%* Franchise/{{Barbie}}'s Dream Car.
* ''Any'' superhero action figure eventually acquires a vehicle of some sort, whether or not he has one in the source material. So, even though SpiderMan has trouble making his rent, he can still afford his own spider-themed VTOL fighter jet. [[FlatWhat What]]?
** Rather infamously, a ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' action figure of Comicbook/TheFlash, who can run faster than light, came with a motorcycle.
*** There was also a Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} figure with a motorcycle at some point. Although he has been shown to be capable of driving in emergencies, Daredevil is ''blind''.
** Hot Wheels' ''Character Cars'' assortment of vehicles gives us cars designed to evoke the characters of whatever franchise Mattel has managed to grab. Examples include [[http://www.coroflot.com/vaughanling/hotwheels-dc-universe-character-cars DC]] and [[https://news.marvel.com/more-marvel/23279/take_a_ride_with_new_marvel_cars_from_hot_wheels/ Marvel]], [[https://futureofstarwars.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/upcoming-hot-wheels-cars-inquisitor-wicket-c-3po-obi-wan-versus-vader/ Star Wars]], [[http://play.hotwheels.com/en-gb/shop/productdetail?id=10004677&ProductName=Hot-Wheels-Power-Rangers-Character-Car-Assortment&Category=COLLECTION&SubCategory=Hot%20Wheels%20Power%20Rangers&SeoName=hot-wheels-power-rangers Power Rangers]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiMF5KqN53I Super Mario]]... even ''[[http://www.jhotwheels.com/2014/04/2013-spongebob-squarepants-assortment.html Spongebob Squarepants]]'' gets in on the fun!
* Even sillier than than the above superhero examples, some of the Franchise/{{Transformers}} action figures- a franchise whose main schtick was robots that turn into vehicles- came with a larger vehicle that they could ride in. Yeah, a robot that can turn into a car comes with a car that he can ride around in. This included Decepticon Roadgrabber, and, as an even more extreme example, the Autobot Skyhammer, who was a robot that could turn into a winged car that had a Pretender shell that was a robot that turned into a spaceship, that had another Pretender shell that was a bigger spaceship. Yeah.
** Less ridiculous is the Human Alliance subline introduced for the Film/TransformersFilmSeries toyline. In this case, the vehicles were normal Transformers and the riders were humans [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Frenzy]]) who could either sit inside the larger figure's vehicle modes or man weapons on their robot modes. The ''Dark Of The Moon'' toyline introduced smaller Human Alliance figures that can also accommodate human riders or become weapons for larger Transformers figures.
* Want something even sillier? Say hello to the [[Toys/{{Bionicle}} Toa]] [[http://biosector01.com/wiki/index.php/Toa_Terrain_Crawler Terrain Crawler]]. A ''living'' being captured by Axonn, then turned into a Cyborg, all years before the events in the series. Despite this, it looks like one of the current Toa's masks. Needless to say, it's some unholy combination of Centipede, Train, APC, and Sea monster that somehow has a giant [[GatlingGood Cordak blaster]] attached to the top. Note that it's stuck to the ocean floor while the whole cast can swim. And have no real need for long-distance transporation anyhow.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'': Played for laughs. Three thugs (and the rest of Gotham) discover Batman's secret identity. HilarityEnsues.
-->'''Thug 1:''' ''[jokingly]'' Oh no! He's coming to get us in the Waynemobile!\\
'''Thug 2:''' ''[joining in]'' Look out boys! Wayne-a-rangs!\\
'''Thug 3:''' Quick! Quick! Run away! He's gonna beat us into a bloody pulp while wearing his heavily armored Waynesuit! ''[quiets down, frightened]'' Actually. Yeah. Keep out of his way.
%%* The vehicles in ''VideoGame/MarioKart: Double Dash!!'' and subsequent games, which tend to stretch the "kart" aspect of ''Mario Kart'' a bit much.
%%** The Starshroom in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', and Spaceship Mario in the sequel.
%%** Bowser's car in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DWorld'', which he uses to [[VehicularAssault try and run over the heroes]].
* The Edelweiss, the CoolTank from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'' is shown a few times carrying various members of Squad 7 for long distance travel.
%%* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series examples:
%%** [[NewAgeRetroHippie The Truth's]] "Mothership" (a repainted camper van). ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas San Andreas]]'' has other character-unique vehicles, but for the most part they're only distinguished by a unique license plate.
%%** Lance Vance from ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' had the white Lamborghini to go with his suit. White Lamborghinis are not especially rare in RealLife, in the game, Lance was the only person to have one.
* Franchise/ProfessorLayton's Laytonmobile is specifically designed to accommodate him and his [[NiceHat hat]]. It also shares the same rust red color scheme of the Professor's outfit.
%%* The ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'' games have the S.S. Vulture (which is shaped a lot like Professor T. Bird) and the Battlecopter.
* One of the expansions for ''VideoGame/TheSims 3'' introduces the Motive Mobile, a Lifetime Reward that lets your Sim commute to their job in a vehicle that keeps their needs from dropping on their way to and from work.
* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' brings us the [=GatMobile=], which is a big purple van with a ''giant'' Johnny Gat head on the front. The cigar is also a functional flamethrower.
* ''[[VideoGame/SegaSuperstars Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing]]'' has Sonic's blue car. [[FridgeLogic While the fastest thing alive using a car feels much like The Flash example]], [[WordOfGod Word of God says that he uses it out of sportsmanship in order to have a fair race]]. ''VideoGame/LegoDimensions'' also has him say that it's for letting him rest his feet.
* VideoGame/DukeNukemForever laughs at every other character's cars. Pussy cars. Duke has ''[[http://dukenukem.wikia.com/wiki/Mighty_Foot_%28Monster_Truck%29 a monster truck]]'' Thememobile, painted in appropriate (read: the title screen of VideoGame/DukeNukem3D and "Mighty Foot" in the same typeface as the [=DNF=] logo) livery. The truck, much like the man himself, is big, loud, brute-force, and more bark than bite.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
%%* From ''Webcomic/TerrorIsland'': [[http://terrorisland.net/strips/289.html The waitermobile.]]
* Mr. Mighty from ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'' parodies this with the [[http://eheroes.smackjeeves.com/comics/1891129/traveling-in-style/ Mighty-Mobile]]... which, being a minor-league hero, [[spoiler: he can only dream of]].
* The Vespavenger from ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' is a rare example of a character named for their mode of transportation, rather than the other way around.
* Fans and readers of ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'' [[FanNickname dubbed]] the team vehicle Catmobile or Cattank due to his [[http://sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=193 characteristic appearance]]. The author eventually started to [[AscendedMeme use the name as well]], although not in-story, so far.
%%* The Whoremobile from ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth''. No, really.
%%* ''Webcomic/LadySpectraAndSparky'' drive around in the [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/jkcarrier/ladyspectra/series.php?view=single&ID=172738 Prismobile.]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''Literature/{{Englishman}}'' has the Bentmobile (a Bentley whose name is purely InnocentInnuendo, as Englishman is unaware of the negative connotations) and in an earlier episode the "Helicoptermobile".
%%* In the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', Battlecat rides a CoolBike called the Battlecycle. The Nightwatchman drives a midnight-black CoolCar called the Nightmobile.
%%* [[WebVideo/HitlerRants Introducing, the]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjanqQ0ANxY FegelMobile]]!
* Stick Figures On Crack: To the Idiotmobile! *Batman theme* "Damn!"
* ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'': Before Linkara took it as the spoils of his victory, Comicron One belonged to Lord Vyce. As such, its external color scheme is black and green, like Vyce's armor, and its front is built in the shape of the letter V. There are plenty of Vs decorating the inside as well.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' briefly shows Green Arrow flying his Arrow Plane across Gotham. Good thing because he and Batman needed to split up to save the day.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'':
%%** You don't need a license to drive a sandwich.
%%** Mermaidman and Barnacle Boy have an invisible Boatmobile, as it happens.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Cyborg and the T-Car, the giant T-shaped Titans Tower and the T-Sub which [[SpaceIsAnOcean doubles as a spaceship]]. Also, in an episode there was a road race of all the villians plus Robin, where they all had theme vehicles, such as Mad Mod driving a car shaped like [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Big Ben's clocktower]].
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''
** Parodied in an episode where Peter shouts "Quick! To the Petercopter!" and rushes to his Peter-shaped helicopter, which crashes on Joe's lawn. He does the same thing later with his zeppelin, the Hinden-Peter.
-->"[[{{LampshadeHanging}} How can you]] ''[[{{FriendsRentControl}} afford]]'' these things?"
** This trope is used again with even more ridiculous vehicles in subsequent episodes, where Peter rides the Peterdactyl (which crashes into wires and is electrocuted, having Peter to take care of the babies), the Peterang (a giant boomerang that flies around the city and briefly passes by its destination before getting slammed into Peter's house), and even the [[{{ContinuityNod}} Megcopter]], along with Meg (which works surprisingly well).
** An earlier episode had "To the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popemobile Popemobile]]", complete with cheesy Creator/AdamWest music.
%%* The Phooeymobile from ''WesternAnimation/HongKongPhooey''.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Dr. Doofenshmirtz had a monster truck shaped like his own head and regularly uses a CoolAirship with his name on the side.
** Also appears by name in another episode. [[ItsAllAboutMe Professor Poofinplotz]] travels in a ten foot replica of her own head mounted on mechanical spider legs, aptly dubbed her "Me Mobile".
** The episode "Bee Story" reveals that Poofinplotz has a similar vehicle, the "Myself-icopter". Now it's only a matter of time before she gets a third vehicle that [[ThemeNaming starts with "I"]]...
* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' with the Freakmobile. Freakazoid [[NoFourthWall stated outright]] that it only existed for merchandising, despite the fact that he had superspeed and clearly did not need it. One episode even had toy executives insisting that he use the Freakmobile for a car chase when he was keeping up just fine on foot.
* ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has his plane, the Thunderquack, and his bike (with [[CoolSidecar sidecar]]), the Ratcatcher, both very duck-themed and keeping with his overall color scheme. Note that the Thunderquack is in-universe AscendedFanon; Launchpad built it for his favorite hero before even meeting him. After all of these get scavenged for recycling materials by Gosalyn, Darkwing proclaims "To the ''Quackcycle''!", which turns out to be a regular tricycle with a goofy name.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987}}'' had the Turtlevan (called the Party Wagon in the toy line), Turtle Blimp, and probably more.
** The [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 noughties series]] featured the Battle Shell, which was basically the Turtlevan with a DarkerAndEdgier name and appearance.
** In the futuristic ''Fast Forward'' season the Hover Shell was a Battle Shell that could fly as well as eject the cockpit as its own ground vehicle.
** Also the Cheapskates, basically motorized skateboards built by Donatello.
%%* The Falconcar from ''WesternAnimation/DynomuttDogWonder''.
%%* The Ranger Plane from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''. At least that one. There's also at least one Ranger Mobile, the Ranger Wing, the Ranger Rocket, and a number of rides not named after the Rangers.
* ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' is entirely about improbably-themed vehicles, each fitting with their owners to a T.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/TeamoSupremo'' would have one, as shown by Paulson about to unveil it to them in the series premiere, but they don't get to use it because they're too young to drive.
* Arguably, Optimus Prime (or any other sufficiently well-known [[{{Transformers}} Transformer]]), but instead of driving his signature vehicle, he [[TransformingMecha transforms into it]].
** However, the Action Master toyline had non-transforming figures with transformation-capable accessories. Optimus Prime's was a giant, cannon-laden truck called [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Armored_Convoy Armored Convoy]]. [[FridgeLogic What street you're supposed to drive]] that thing on remains unknown, though it'd be just the right size for [[Anime/TransformersCybertron Gigantion]].
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''
** An episode has the team trying alternate identities, and Blossom becomes a ComicBook/CaptainAmerica wannabe with a patriotic themed car -- which [[RealityEnsues promptly gets stuck in a traffic jam]] on the way to a rescue.
** Later episodes featured the Powerpuff Dynamo, a HumongousMecha that looked like a giant Powerpuff Girl with aspects of all three. It was more trouble than it was worth.
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' features Franchise/{{The Flash}}mobile, which is actually just a pimped-out van he bought with endorsement money he made appearing in commercials. As Franchise/GreenLantern points out, it's completely ridiculous. Somewhat justified, though, considering its real purpose isn't getting around... at least not in that sense...
-->'''Green Lantern:''' Why do you need a van... [[Radar/JusticeLeague wait, don't answer that. I don't wanna know.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SwatKats'': The Turbokat is at ''least'' as well known as the flight suits for the Swat Kats. The other bigger vehicles (the Turbomole, the Hoverkat, and the unnamed amphibious sub/tank used for a short time in one episode) all had the same basic paint scheme, as did the jet skis. The other smaller vehicles (The Cyclotron and Sandkat) had the same color scheme as their flight suits. All of them qualify.
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' has all the usual Bat-vehicles (including a TransformingMecha Batmobile), as well as ComicBook/GreenArrow's Arrow-Car and Arrow Plane, and the Robin-Cycle. And, in the WackyRacing episode, the Jokermobile, Kitty-Car, Huntress-Cycle, Gentleman Ghost's hearse, and so on.
* ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' infamously gave Spider-Man a Spider-Cycle, despite the hero being able to crawl up walls and swing by using his webbing. In-universe, ComicBook/NickFury justifies the vehicle's existence by claiming that it's faster and more efficient than web-swinging, and saves tons of valuable web fluid.
* InspectorGadget has the Gadgetmobile, complete with CatchPhrase (and lever) activation of its own gadgets. Doctor Claw, naturally, drove/flew/sailed the Madmobile, liberally decked with the MAD logo.
%%* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'', where Creator/AdamWest drives the Adamwestmobile.
%%* WesternAnimation/YinYangYo! parodies this trope in one (hilarious) occasion:
%%-->'''Yang:''' To the Foo-mobile!\\
%%'''Yin:''' Uhm... We don't have a Foo-mobile...\\
%%'''Yang:''' To the dirty public bus!
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Homer suggests the family get "to the Simpsonmobile!" to rescue Selma from Sideshow Bob. [[{{MundaneMadeAwesome}} It is actually their car]].
** There is also the episode where Homer salvaged the remains of a sugar truck and the massive pile of sugar attracts every bee in Springfield. When the beekeepers notice this, one proclaims, "To the beemobile!" to which his colleague asks, "You mean your Chevy?". After a beat, he responds "yes" in deadpan.
%%* ''WesternAnimation/BeverlyHillsTeens'' Larke's [[CoolCar Pink Ferrari]], the diamond stretch limo, The Rockmobile, and the Woody, to name a few.
%%* In a ClockPunk variant, ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'''s Justice Knight has the [[CoolTrain Justice Train]].
%%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Batfink}}'' and his sidekick Karate drive [[PunnyName the Battillac]].
%%* A few of them in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''. The Geo-cruiser and the Geo-copter were two of them.
%%* The Mystery Machine on ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has become as iconic as the Scooby gang themselves.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheReluctantWerewolf'', all of the Halloween monsters hanging out with Dracula have a race car themed after themselves, with the weird exception of the Werewolf Wagon, which bears no similarity to anything werewolf-related (though one could argue that as a light yellow Beetle, it vaguely resembles a full moon).
--> "And here comes the Mummy, in his Mummy-Mobile!"
%%* ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'' features the [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Carmobile]]. A later episode refers to it as the Danmobile.
* In one episode of ''Challenge of the WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'', Batman had a ''bat rocket.'' Which he flew to the ''moon.'' In under ''one minute.''
* In the debut episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', Barney invents a flying device that catches Fred's attention. Barney wants to call it "the Barney-Copter," but Fred christens it the episode's title, "The Flintstone Flyer."
* A special mention for the Duomobile, the vehicle of Ace and Gary from ''[[Series/SaturdayNightLive The Ambigously Gay Duo]]'', as it is shaped like a... penis and scrotum. With a laser firing from the tip. It sure is "an extension of the concept behind the characters"....
* ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' had, naturally, the Coolmobile. One episode had him equipped with a "Coolmoboat."
* According to an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', Dr. Karvorkian has one of his own. It's [[TheAllegedCar not as impressive as he thinks it is.]]
-->'''Karvorkian:''' To the ''Deathmobile!''
%%* ''WesternAnimation/{{Batfink}}'' had the Batillac.
* On ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse: The New Adventures'', Bat-Bat (being a ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' spoof) has the Manmobile. It has arms and legs instead of wheels.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popemobile Popemobile]].
%%* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:OurDog.jpg The Oscar Meyer Weinermobile.]]
%%** And its CaptainErsatz, [[http://hoboken411.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/star-ledger-munchmobile-pizza-hoboken-hoboken411-24.JPG the Munchmobile]].
%%** The Outspan Fruit Juice company got in on the act over in the UK with [[http://www.thisbrighton.co.uk/culture-hcvs-outspan.htm the Outspan Orange]].
* UsefulNotes/AirForceOne.
** It helps that it has "The United States of America" written down the sides.
** Similarly, Marine One and "Cadillac One" (The Presidential Limo).
** Technically, Air Force One, Marine One etc are simply the radio callsigns for any vehicle that the President happens to be travelling in at the time. Air Force One can be any US Air-Force aircraft the president happens to be travelling in. Marine One is any US Marine Corps aircraft. Cadillac One is any ground vehicle, and so on. The ACTUAL vehicles with the real name (not callsign) of "Air Force One" or "Marine One" are also valid, and refer to the vehicles specially modified for the President, but are never called that over the radio unless the president is actually travelling in them. (Air traffic control takes this rule to ridiculous extremes: when UsefulNotes/RichardNixon resigned, the call sign of his Boeing actually changed from "Air Force One" to "SAM 27000" in mid-flight, something that never happens ordinarily because it would be an administrative nightmare.)
** Executive One is used for any civilian aircraft the President is flying in, which has happened once (Richard Nixon took a United flight to LA in 1973). Executive Two was used regularly during the Ford Administration, as Vice President Nelson Rockefeller owned a Gulfstream airplane that he preferred to the [=McDonnell=] Douglas C-9 Skytrain II airplanes the Air Force was using at the time.
** Because the Boeing 747-based VC-25A commonly known as Air Force One is extremely expensive to run, the last three Presidents have more frequently flown in the less-expensive and smaller C-32, based on the twinjet Boeing 757-200 airframe.
** Music/IronMaiden travels in a a modified Boeing 757-200 flown by the lead singer, named Ed Force One.
** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_state_car_(United_States) Cadillac One AKA "The Beast"]]. Unlike the previous limo, it is not a stretched and armoured DTS, or even an production vehicle. It uses a Chevy Kodiac commercial truck chassis, engine and driveline, Cadillac Escalade body panels, headlights, door mirrors and door handles, and STS tail and reverse lights.
* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:TOYOTA_ist_Pikachu_Car.jpg Pikachu mobile]].
** There's a New Beetle version of that, as well as a Lugia-themed PT Cruiser.
* Red Bull uses special Red Bull cars (complete with giant imitation can on top/on the trunk) in numerous countries, including but not limited to the US, Australia, Slovakia, Hungary and the Netherlands. Their purpose is usually to hand out free samples.
** In a few countries, '''the''' Red Bull Car is a Mk 1 ([=BMW=]) [[http://www.toddsmods.com/blog/archives/redbull-thumb.jpg Mini]]. [[FridgeBrilliance This may be an allusion to the fact Red Bull packs a mighty punch in a small can]].
** More competitors are using this approach. Monster energy drinks uses a "Monster Truck", a themed pickup with a large audio installation for events.
* The [[Series/WheelOfFortune Wheelmobile]].
* Google's fleet of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Google_Street_View_Car_in_Villa-Lobos_Park_in_São_Paulo.jpg Street View cars]].
* The [[http://www.deviantart.com/art/1971-Dunham-Coach-Corvorado-Diamond-Eagle-395257230 Pimpmobile]]
** And the ''[[https://www.flickr.com/photos/fanofretail/14013085450 Pillsbury Pimpmobile]]''!
* The [[http://news.whoviannet.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/doctor-who-tour-bus.jpg Who Bus]].
* There are the Best Buy Geek Squad beetles (the "Geekmobiles").
* UsefulNotes/RichardFeynman's [[http://www.fotuva.org/online/frameload.htm?/online/van.htm van]].