Behind the limelight of Hollywood’s most iconic vehicles are teams of designers who live for custom builds of car fantasy that show us creativity “at its best”.
CAPTURE Magazine visits the Petersen Museum’s curated exhibit to take an inside look at a few of Hollywood’s legendary machines with imaginary design
De Lorean Time Machine. Driven in Back to the Future (1985)
Back to the Future II (1989), and Back to the Future III (1990) Designer: Ron Cobb & Andrew Probert
From the storyboards of the artists to the unforgettable Time Machine.
X-34 Landspeeder. Driven in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)
Designer: Tom Karen, Ogle Design.
Built around the chassis of a Bond Bug.