Top 5 Famous Pink Cars

We’re well into the 21st century and thanks to reality TV and the growing power of the media, we’ve never been more fascinated by the rich and famous – their lives, loves and of course, their cars. So we here at Pink Cars feel it’s time to pink our top 5 famous pink cars, in no particular order of course, as every pink car is just as (if not more) fabulous than the next. Judge for yourself…


1. Elvis Presley, 1955 Pink Cadillac Fleetwood 60

Possibly the world’s most famous pink car owner EVER, The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s pink Cadillac seems like it will never go out of style. Elvis bought the originally blue car for his mum in 1955 and re-sprayed it in pink before giving it to her as a gift. Aww, such a good son.


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2. Barbie, Volkswagen Beetle

The coolest, most fashionable doll ever known, I’d go even as far to define her as The Queen of Pink. She’s owned many pink cars in her time (53 years to be precise, she’s looking good for her age) including convertibles, jeeps (and err, more convertibles) but her pink Volkswagen Beetle is one of the best – and the great thing is, it’s not just for toys, you can own one too!

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3. Lady Penelope, FAB1 Rolls-Royce

Giving Barbie a run for her money in the fabulous books, Thunderbirds’ most glamorous character Lady Penelope always travelled in style in the ‘FAB1’, a modified Rolls-Royce, driven by her beloved chauffeur, Parker. It looks good with a London backdrop, now there’s an idea for the daily commute to work…


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4. Nicki Minaj, ‘Barbie Bentley’ GT

One of showbiz’s newer pink car owners, pink pop princess and Barbie wannabe Nicki Minaj is living it up completely in pink – her hair even matches her car!


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5. The Simpsons, ‘Pink Sedan’ 1973 Plymouth Valiant

It’s everyone’s favourite family, The Simpsons, and their Pink Sedan – so maybe not the flashiest of pink cars but loved by millions all over the world, and definitely a car that has seen its fair share of life experience since its first appearance in the very first Simpsons episode in 1989. The Family Sedan is holding up well…just about.


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