Green may not be the most common color for a car, but here’s a collection we’ve compiled of some of the most famous green vehicles in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
Willy’s MB Army Jeep – This jeep was designed for the US Army in the 1940s and was part of the Allies success in World War II. It is also how the word “jeep” came about because it was designated for Government Purposes aka “GP.” The vehicle was so popular that Willys-Overland designed another version of it for the post-war civilian market.
Jaguar D-Type – Although this car came in many colors, it is an icon for the “British Racing Green” color. The D-Type was produced from 1954-1957 and it was one of the most successful race cars in history, winning 3 consecutive years at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
1993 Ford Explorer XLT – This car was used as the vehicle that guests would ride in through the dinosaur park of the famous movie Jurassic Park. The Ford Explorer was first made in 1991 and is still a very popular vehicle today.
(Photo from https://screenrant.com/most-iconic-tv-movie-cars/)
1968 Ford Mustang GT – This car was part of the famous chase scene in the movie “Bullitt” with Steve McQueen. In celebrating the 50th anniversary of the movie, Ford has recently introduced a 2019 Mustang Bullitt that will come out this summer.
VW Touran – Used in the movie “Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift”, this unique and highly customized car is themed around the Incredible Hulk and is driven by rapper Bow Wow in the movie. The vehicle can now be found outside of the “Hulk” rollercoaster at Universal Studios in Florida.