Top 10 Most Iconic Mustangs on Film

When you think of American muscle cars, it’s hard to go past the mighty Ford Mustang. After gracing the world stage in 1964, its power and unique style have became world-recognised, with car enthusiasts willing to pay top dollar to own a true blue American automotive icon. Though famous in their own right, the Mustang’s popularity has received a regular injection courtesy of starring roles in some of Hollywood’s biggest films.

Our favourite Mustang, the 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500, became an instant poster car after tearing up the streets in the 2000 film, Gone in Sixty Seconds, starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie. But this is just one of many great Mustang performances onscreen – check out the infographic below for ten more of the world’s most iconic Mustangs, ranked in date order of their cinematic appearances.

Infographic image showing the top 10 most iconic Mustangs from cinema, as part of a blog about the Top 10 Most Iconic Mustangs on Film


Driven by some seriously big movie stars, including Steve McQueen, Sean Connery, Farrah Fawcett, Tom Cruise and Will Smith, this series of finely tuned muscle cars has captured audience imaginations and hearts with their killer looks and unforgettable sounds. From high-speed chases through the streets of San Francisco, to evading a race of invading aliens, or transforming into a heavily weaponised robot, the Mustang has an extensive body of work that most actors would be proud of!


Which of the above iconic Mustangs do you rank as the best, and which would you like to drive? Let us know in the comments, or share your thoughts on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Google+ channels!

Looking for more Mustang content? Check out our recent blog to learn more about the origins and history of the 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500. With details on its development, as well as Carroll Shelby, famed driver and the car’s creator, it’s a must read for any car aficionado!