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Category Filter: VEHICLE MODELS - CARS AND TRUCKS

  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • 1991 Candiru 4x4
        • New car being advertised at the car show where Rebecca works (Season 9 episode 3 Rebecca Redux)
    • 6000 SUX
        • Large 4-door, executive type car with reclining leather seats, cruise control, and a Blaupunkt radio.
        • It's back. Big is back. Bigger is better.
        • An American tradition.
        • 8.2 MPG
    • ATV NR6
        • Two-person transport vehicle with 4-tread, track-belted wheels able to negotiate near-vertical terrain carrying small payload. With the NR6, Weyland planetary engineers are able to survey previously inaccessible areas of newly discovered proto-colonies. Vehicles reach top speeds of 88 mph in standard atmospheric pressure and gravitational pull. Variable-friction axes for front and rear wheels provide micro-torque gear adjustments for maximum safety and mobility across any foreign surface.
    • AV-21
        • Speeder Han mentions to Beckett: "Look, I came up running scams on the streets of Corellia. I was boosting AV-21s when I was ten."
    • Behemoth
        • There's an advertisement for the Behemoth automobile, now available at Monstropolis Motors at the Monsters Inc. "Mike and Sulley to the Rescue" attraction at Disney California Adventure. "Nothing rides like a Behemoth"
    • Behemoth XL
        • Frasier's neighbor Cam's Hummer like vehicle (Season 9 episode Mother Load)
    • Bentley Mark 12
        • Stark Richdale's car: "They gave one to me, one to Steven Spielberg, then they shot the guy who made it." (Season 14 episode C.E. D'oh)
    • Canyonero
        • Sports utility vehicle that Krusty refuses to endorse, and then endorses. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Canyonero F Series
        • Krusty goes off road to escape the parking lot mess at the faculty talent show at Springfield Elementary. Instead of a cigarette lighter, it's got a lipstick holder. Comes with undercoating, clear coating, rustproofing, under guard spray, gravel guard XJ, Vita-Seal, Repels-It, and a tent to keep it in. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Chevy Fingerprint
        • Joke name for an electric car that Ronny mentions during his pitch to Dodge.
    • The D.S.S.
        • Mr. Tagomi cringed as he thought about it; he had seen at trade fairs some of the advanced German work, including an all-synthetic automobile, the D.S.S. — Der Schnelle Spuk — which sold, in PSA currency, for about six hundred dollars.
    • Dodge Scare-a-van
        • Bart insults Mr. Burns' old car, a Mobile-a-mobile, the first car to outrun a man. Bart Simpson: Hey crypt-keeper, I like your Dodge Scare-a-van! (Season 17 episode The Italian Bob)
    • Dodge Vignette
        • Chapter 27. Name copyrighted for a car that hasn't been designed that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Durango 95
        • Car. "The autos parked by the sinny weren't all that horrorshow, crappy starry veshches most of them, but there was a newish Durango 95 that I thought might do."
        • Alex DeLarge: The Durango '95 purred away a real horrowshow. A nice warm vibraty feeling all through your guttiwuts!
        • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reference from the Ramones song "Durango 95"
        • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reference from the Rob Zombie song "Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)" on the album Sinister Urge.
        • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reference from the White Zombie song "Soul-Crusher" on the album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1.
        • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reference from song "Durango 95 (A Real Horror Show)" on the album Kill Yourself Part X: The Resurrection Saga.
    • Elec-Taurus
        • Homer test drives the new electric car Elec-Taurus to get a free gift, which turns out to be free movie tickets to a test screening at the Aztec of Mel Gibson's directorial follow-up to Braveheart, a remake of the Jimmy Stewart classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • The Fear-based Cat Chariot Model #2
        • Starburns' cat fueled car from Season 5 episode 3.
    • Ford Andromeda
        • Fictional Ford model with a lithium powered engine, inspired by Dr. Manhattan, mentioned as "Ford Andromeda 500 LTD Hardtop" in print advertisement. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Ford Merit
        • Chapter 27. Name copyrighted for a car that hasn't been designed that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • GMV
        • GMV = Gravity Mirror Vehicle, car created by the BTC using John Grady's anti-gravity technology. "Looks like a Porsche for the 22nd century."
    • Go-devil
        • Homer's nickname for Mrs. Todd's car, a champagne colored Mercedes Go-devil. (story Mrs. Todd's shortcut)
    • Hyundai Pomegranate
        • Joke name for an electric car that Ronny mentions during his pitch to Dodge.
    • Klassy Krib
        • Homer uses Marge's nest egg for the down payment on a Klassy Krib brand motor home. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Lamborgotti Fasterossa
        • Mr. Burns sends Homer to Italy to pick up his new car and drive it to Rome to be shipped back to Springfield, the Simpsons version of a Lamborghini called a Lamborgotti Fasterossa. (Season 17 episode The Italian Bob)
        • The "ultimate marriage of design and technology."
        • Homer Simpson: That's the car I think about when I make love to my wife.
    • Mega-Cruisers
        • Dune buggy type vehicle, coated with a photo-sensitive paint that was a white, tan, and black lightning-bolt scheme during the day and darkened to a solid black camouflage at night.
    • Mercury Rapture
        • Chapter 27. Name copyrighted for a car that hasn't been designed that Tender Branson's agent mentions.
    • Mobile-a-mobile
        • Bart insults Mr. Burns' old car, a Mobile-a-mobile, the first car to outrun a man. Bart Simpson: Hey crypt-keeper, I like your Dodge Scare-a-van! (Season 17 episode The Italian Bob)
    • Nissan Spit
        • Joke name for an electric car that Ronny mentions during his pitch to Dodge.
    • Personal Eastern Airlines Air Buggy
        • Vehicle featured at Efcot Center, parody of Disney World's Epcot Center. (Season 14 Special Edna)
    • Phlegm Turbo
        • Automobile ALF sold at his Phlegm dealership back on Melmac. "A classic," according to ALF. (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Plymouth Valium
        • Automobile model that TP child Donna Gibson blurts out when Mrs. Sigsby thinks of her first car: "It was a Valium!" the girl named Donna screamed. She leaped up, knocking her chair over. The other two children looked at her dully, one with oatmeal dripping from his chin. "A Plymouth Valium, I know that! Oh God I want to go home! Oh God stop my head !"
    • Pontiac Astro-Wagon
        • Mr. Burns wins a 1997 Pontiac Astro-Wagon at the Springfield War Memorial Stadium baseball game. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Powell Motors' The Homer
        • Homer's long lost brother hires to design a car for the average man. (Season 2 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • Roam-a-way Silvercoach
        • Homer makes a new friend driving a Roam-a-way Silvercoach RV, 34 feet of walnut-burled freedom. Homer says he'd like to drive it to the Holland, Michigan Tulip Festival. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Rolls Canhardly
        • Car that Wak mentions. Rolls down one hill can hardly get up the next.
    • Skybird
        • SUV resembling a Bronco. Doreau: "Looks like it might have been made by a 617 XJ radiaI snow-tread recap on a three-ton 1982 Skybird with broken shock absorbers and steering misalignment." (Season 2 episode Suppose They Gave a War and Sledge Came)
    • Star Buggy
        • Vehicle. "The star buggy was a small ship - a totally misnamed one in fact, because the one thing it couldn't manage was interstellar distances. Basically it was a sporty planet hopper dolled up to something it wasn't."
    • Super Sports Wagon
        • Available in Arctic Blue (this is the automobile that Clark had ordered but didn't come in so he had to buy the Metallic Pea Wagon Queen Family Truckster)
    • Tartan Prancer
        • The foreign car Rusty rents to drive to Wally World.
    • Tempura Hatchback
        • Car that Homer's brother Herb Powell mentions, talking about his successful car company: My strategy was giving them Japanese names. You ever drive a Tempura hatchback? (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Toyota Beef
        • TV game show sponsor. "The first car for thick boys". (What's Wrong with This Picture? sketch, episode host Paul Rudd)
    • Traveller Beagle
        • Actually a 1987 Winnebago Chieftain.
    • The Ultimate Behemoth
        • RV that Homer wants to buy that comes with a satellite dish and four deep fryers, one for each part of the chicken. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • Wagon Queen Family Truckster
        • Available in Metallic Pea (this is the automobile that Clark was forced to purchase instead of the Antarctic Blue Super Sports Wagon)
    • Wander-King
        • Homer's new RV-driving friend asks Marge if her house Is one of those two-story Wander-Kings. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Wolfmobile
        • Stiles swaps his old Nova for what becomes the Wolfmobile van at Harry's Used Cars - what he calls an even swap, with one caveat requiring him to write "Courtesy of Harry's Used Cars" on the side.
    • X-38 Landspeeder
        • Landspeeder model that Luke mentions when Ben tells him he's going to have to sell it: Ever since the XP-38 came out, they just aren't in demand.

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