This is a blog of car versions of real-life people, landmarks, movie characters, and the real-life people, movies and movie characters from a website called deviantART, in the Cars world. Also, it shows the human versions.
This shows the human versions of the landmarks, real-life people and movie characters.
Darrell Waltrip, the 1989 Daytona 500 winner and a NASCAR on Fox commentator
Bob Costas, the NBC sportscaster and journalist
Jay Leno, a talk show host
Mario Andretti, a retired NASCAR and Formula One driver
Michael Schumacher, a retired Formula One driver
Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story
Sulley from Monsters, Inc.
The Yeti/Abominable Snowman from Monsters, Inc.
P.T. Flea from A Bug's Life
P.T. Flea's Circus from A Bug's Life
Herbie from the Disney Herbie films, starting with The Love Bug
Santa's reindeer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen
George Harrison, part of the Beatles
John Lennon, part of the Beatles
Paul McCartney, part of the Beatles
Ringo Starr, part of the Beatles
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., a NASCAR racing driver
Indiana Jones from the Indiana Jones franchise
Harryhausen's from Monsters, Inc.
Lewis Hamilton, a Formula One driver
Jeff Gordon, a NASCAR racing driver
Fernando Alonso, a Formula One driver
Vitaly Petrov, a Formula One driver
Memo Rojas, Jr., a Mexican professional race car driver
Mark Winterbottom, a V8 Supercar racing driver
Jan Nilsson, a Swedish Touring Car Championship racing driver
Victor Frankenstein from Frankenstein.
Frankenstein's monster from Frankenstein.
Brent Musburger, an ESPN/ABC sportscaster
David Hobbs, a current Speed Channel commentator and former racing driver, including in Formula One
Jacques Villeneuve, a retired Formula One driver
John Lasseter, the chief creative officer at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios
Mr. Incredible from The Incredibles
Harris, Hubert and Hamish from Brave
Queen Elizabeth II, queen of the United Kingdom
Prince William, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II
Pope Benedict XVI, the current Pope
The Underminer from The Incredibles
Luke Skywalker from Star Wars
Darth Vader from Star Wars
Princess Leia from Star Wars
A Stormtrooper from Star Wars
A guard at Buckingham Palace
The car version of Darrell Waltrip, sometimes referred to as Darrell Cartrip.
The car version of Bob Costas, sometimes referred to as Bob Cutlass.
The car version of Jay Leno, sometimes referred to as Jay Limo.
The car version of Mario Andretti.
The car version of Michael Schumacher.
The car version of Woody from Toy Story.
The car version of Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.
The car version of Hamm from Toy Story.
The car version of Mike from Monsters, Inc.
The car version of Sulley from Monsters, Inc.
The car version of the Yeti/Abominable Snowman from Monsters, Inc.
The car version of Flik from A Bug's Life.
The car version of P.T. Flea from A Bug's Life.
The car versions of P.T. Flea's circus troupe from A Bug's Life. I might be confused which character they are so I might need some help.
The car version of Santa Claus.
The car version of Mrs. Claus.
A car version of Herbie from the Disney Herbie films, starting with The Love Bug.
The car versions of a few of Santa's elves.
The car version of an elf hauler.
The car version of Dasher.
The car version of Dancer.
The car version of Prancer.
The car version of Vixen.
The car version of Comet.
The car version of Cupid.
The car version of Donner.
The car version of Blitzen.
The car version of George Harrison.
The car version of John Lennon.
The car version of Paul McCartney.
The car version of Ringo Starr.
The car version of Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
The car version of Indiana Jones from the Indiana Jones franchise.
A car version of Lotso from Toy Story 3.
A billboard for Harryhausen's from Monsters, Inc.
The car version of Lewis Hamilton.
The car version of Jeff Gordon, sometimes referred to as Jeff Gorvette.
The car version of Fernando Alonso.
The car version of Vitaly Petrov.
The car version of Memo Rojas, Jr.
The car version of Mark Winterbottom, sometimes called by his nickname "Frosty".
The car version of Jan Nilsson.
Dr. Frankenwagon, possibly Frankenstein.
Dr. Frankenwagon's monster.
The car version of Brent Musburger, sometimes referred to as Brent Mustangburger.
The car version of David Hobbs, sometimes referred to as David Hobbscap.
Possibly the car version of Jacques Villeneuve, despite being David who is renamed after and voiced by Jacques in the French versions of Cars 2.
The car version of John Lasseter, sometimes referred to as John Lassetire.
John Lassetire in his green wood-paneled paint job. However, his eyes this time are blue instead of brown.
John Lassetire in his "Hawaiian shirt" paint job, and with a surfboard in his truck bed.
John in his "Hawaiian shirt" paint job again, this time, his face more visible. Like in his green wood-paneled paint job, his eyes are blue instead of brown like in his World Grand Prix paint job. Also, the human version of John Lasseter seems to have blue eyes.
The car version of Gusteau from Ratatouille, renamed Gastow.
A car-ified version of a poster for The Incredibles, showing a car version of possibly Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible.
A car-ified version of a poster for A Bug's Life, and showing the car version of Flik. In France, the film's title is "1001 pattes," which means in English "1001 legs".
The car versions of Princess Merida, Queen Elinor, King Fergus, Harris, Hubert and Hamish from Brave. They are seen on the tapestry on the wall.
The car version of Queen Elizabeth II.
The car version of Prince William, sometimes referred to as Prince Wheeliam.
The car version of the Pope, though this one isn't the real-life one in the Human world. It could be that there are two Popes in the events of Cars 2.
The car version of a Egyptian mummy.
The car version of the Underminer from The Incredibles.
The car version of the Easter Bunny, renamed the Easter Buggy.
A version of Lightning McQueen as Luke Skywalker from Star Wars.
A version of Mater as Darth Vader from Star Wars.
A version of Sally as Princess Leia from Star Wars.
Versions of Luigi and Guido as C-3PO and R2-D2 from Star Wars.
A version of Fillmore as Yoda from Star Wars.
A version of a tractor as a Stormtrooper from Star Wars.
The car versions of the Buckingham Palace guards.
A version of Emperor Zurg from Toy Story 2 as a train, shown in a mini-game in The World of Cars Online (closed).
The Cars Files website used to say that the show McQueen and Mater were watching in the plane to Tokyo seems to be Total Wipeout. On YouTube, a few people made comments that it is MXC, or Takeshi's Castle.
The car version of the Great Sphinx. The Great Pyramids are not car-ified, as well as the oil rigs.
The car version of the Statue of Liberty. However, in real life, she holds the torch in her right hand, and her tabula ansata in her left hand. It could be that this occurs in the Cars world, or that it was just mirrored in this Cars book. Also, the Statue of Liberty looks different in Disney's Planes, which shows it as a forklift.
The snow runoff on Mount Fuji looks like tyre/tire tread-marks.
Rainbow Bridge is made up of automobile parts, including valves, rocker arms and springs.
Tokyo Imperial Palace is shaped as an old Nissan.
A diagram showing some car parts on Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Another diagram showing car parts on Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Another diagram showing car parts on Tokyo Imperial Palace.
The car versions of the statues at Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Sydney Opera House includes the shape of the front part of a Holden FC.
The Taj Mahal has the entrance shaped as an old car grill, the pillars shaped as plugs, and 2 big headlights.
Alcatraz Island, renamed Alcartraz Island, has the form of a Rolls-Royce.
Ayers Rock is shaped like a car.
The poles of Tower Bridge, renamed Tyre Bridge, include the shape of wheels and fenders/wings. The tops of the poles have car grills. The tunnels that go under it on the edges of the River Thames, like the one Professor Z went through, have shapes of headlights.
The London Eye includes the shape of a British wheel cover.
One of the slopes on Matterhorn, renamed Mater-Horn, is shaped like a tow truck, mostly resembling Mater.
Notre Dame Cathedral is adorned with 24 "car-goyle" (gargoyles) statues and flying buttresses in the shape of exhaust pipes. It is also 50% bigger than the human scale, as to fit in the Cars world with the cars going in it.
Another concept art showing more views of Notre Dame Cathedral that have car parts.
Another picture of Notre Dame Cathedral.
The platforms on the Eiffel Tower includes shapes of car parts like grills.
The top of the Eiffel Tower is the shape of a 1937 spark plug.
The Eiffel Tower's base contains the features of a wire wheel.
The Eiffel Tower in the Cars world is also 50% bigger than the human model, as to fit in the Cars world.
The Pont des Arts is constructed with automobile leaf springs – a type of spring used in car suspensions. There is a longstanding Pont des Arts custom wherein couples attach a padlock to the railing and throw the key in the river, sealing their love forever. If you look closely at the Pont des Arts in Cars 2, you can indeed see padlocks on the railing. John Lasseter and his wife, Nancy, were once told during a visit to Paris that couples are supposed to kiss when they cross the Pont des Arts. This tip made it into Cars 2, where two cars are seen kissing on that bridge. Also, the fork in the river splitting it into two includes the shape of a car's grill.
Big Ben, renamed Big Bentley, is made up of Bentley grilles and hood ornaments. Production Designer Harley Jessup added that "In order to make it fit into the Cars world, we scaled it up about 250 percent — even the clockworks, which would actually fit in a conference room, were scaled up by at least 50 times their normal size." The Latin inscription below the clock dial on Big Bentley reads “God Salvage Crown Victoria the First” – a reference to the Ford Crown Victoria.
The Lucite canopy over the Queen’s platform is based on the canopy built for Prince Charles’ investiture as the Prince of Wales.
The architecture of the race pits in London is based on Landau bars, a design feature used on cars to simulate the look of a convertible.
The knighting room in Buckingham Palace is decorated with "car-ified" ancient paintings, featuring notably a battle of sailing ships, as well as the painting shown here.
For the London race course, Pixar had to create nearly 20 miles of landscape and environment.
The dome of St. Paul's Cathedral is shaped like a car’s differential gear casing.
St. Basil's Cathedral includes the shapes of car grills, and its towers resemble plug forms and tyre/tire treads.
This Munich Museum includes shapes of car wheels, fenders/wings, grills and headlights.
The Colosseum has got shapes of car grills and headlights.
A view of the the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine.
A version of the Colosseum in the credits of Cars 2.
The Great Wall of China includes a large car thread that is on the path, and the towers seem to include the shapes of headlights.
The car version of the Victoria Memorial and the statues on and around it, as well as the car versions of the little statues on Buckingham Palace. Four of the windows on Buckingham Palace are round and are shaped like headlights.
Admiralty Arch includes shapes of headlights and wheels.
The car versions of the statues near the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral.
The Simplon Tunnel includes the shape of two headlights.
The Louvre includes the shapes of car grills and headlights.
The car versions of the statues on the gate in front of Buckingham Palace.
Sacré-Cœur Basilica seems to include the shapes of a car's grill and headlights.
Arc de Triomphe seems to include the shapes of headlights or something. Also, it shows the car versions of the statues on it.
The pictures in the Cozy Cone Motel show cone-shaped versions of buildings and landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and Stonehenge.
The car versions of Terracotta Warriors.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa and Duomo di Pisa include shapes of headlights and car grills.
The Houses of Parliament has shapes of car grills and headlights.
The car version of the Statue of Liberty in Planes.
Avatar, renamed Avacar, and the car version of the character Jake Sully as an avatar.
Darkdevil, renamed Dart Devil.
Rod Runner, who might be Road Runner from Looney Tunes, but because Rod Runner is shown to be a car, maybe it isn't Road Runner. Don't know.
The California Kid, car version of Michael McCord.
Batman, renamed Batcar, and the Batmobile.
Ghostbusters, renamed Carsbusters, showing a ghost car. Bill Murray is renamed Bill Stingray, Dan Aykroyd is renamed Dan Aycar, Harold Ramis is renamed Harold Rambler, and Ernie Hudson is renamed Hornet Hudson.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, with a title saying "Tokyo Drift-San."
Starsky & Hutch, renamed Carsky & Hutch. This shows the car version of Hutch.
The car version of Starsky, renamed Carsky. He's actually Guido in red and white paint with a wig of Ben Stiller.
Bullitt, with Steve McQueen renamed Stang McQueen. I don't know what the people's proper names on the car-ified poster like Clark Cable and Dodgy Charger are.
Jurassic Park, renamed Jurassic Cars, showing a dinosaur as a crane.
Transformers, renamed Carsformers. The car version of Bumblebee, renamed Bumblecar.
Transformers 2, renamed Carsformers 2. The car version of Optimus Prime, renamed Optimus Mack.
Terminator renamed Carminator. Arnold Schwarzenegger is renamed Arnold Schwarzenhummer.
Back to the Future, renamed Cars to the Future.
Back to the Future, with another title saying Mac to the Future: The Time Machine.
Doc Brown shown with Doc Hudson.
James Bond: Goldfinger, renamed Goldbumper. The James Bond "007" logo includes a car's body.
Another picture of Tokyo Drift.
A picture showing Ed, Edd and Eddy as cars.
Christine, renamed Carstine.
Titles of films, movies, telefilms and cartoons and others that have different names
|Names shown on deviantART and others
|Carsky & Hutch
||Starsky & Hutch
|Cars to the Future / Mac to the Future
||Back to the Future
|Carsbusters / Ghostcarsters