If you are lucky enough to nab one of the 4 Volkswagen Golf 77TSIs we have to give away with our Cash or the Car promotion, then we strongly recommend that you DO NOT attempt to re-create any of these classic car chases scenes.
Ronin - De Niro burning rubber through the streets of Paris in an epic chase that pretty much has no dialogue at all, cars crash every few seconds and where they apparently used real Le Mans drivers for the actual driving! Win!
Drive - Gosling leads some shadowy dude in a Chrysler on a short, sharp and awesome chase, while Joan from Mad Men sits in the back foolishly not wearing a seatbelt. Silly girl.
Bullitt - One of the most iconic car chase scenes of all-time. Steve McQueen being cooler than an icy pole in a freezer in the Arctic, that 1968 Ford Mustang GT, the jumps over those huge San Francisco streets. It was actually perfection on four wheels.
Death Proof - How do you take a car chase scene to the next level? Grab a couple of classic American muscle cars, stick a crazy stunt woman on the bonnet of one and get Quentin Tarantino to direct it. Madness ensues.
Gone in 60 Seconds (original) - Forget the Angelina Jolie/Nicholas Cage re-make. The OG was the business. A slick looking, sideburn sporting thief racking a 1973 Mustang as the cops try to catch him in an unscripted chase through the streets. 93 cars were written off in the making of this film. Enough said.
The Bourne Identity - Everybody's favourite secret agent dude with amnesia, pilots a Mini Cooper through the streets (and stairs) of Paris like a boss.