There have been numerous pop culture references added to the Rocket League car roster as time has progressed. As a result of the addition of the iconic Aston Martin DB5 from James Bond, there is certainly room for more iconic movie cars to be added to the already-impressive collection of film vehicles. Although the game already includes vehicles such as the stylish Fast and Furious Skyline GT-R and the iconic Back to the Future DeLorean DMC-12, there are still numerous vehicles that could be included in a seasonal expansion or crossover DLC.
In video games, movie crossovers have taken on a variety of forms; whether it's Rambo and John McClane in Warzone or Arnold Schwarzenegger in Mortal Kombat, plenty of action films have made their way into the gaming world. Aside from the actors themselves, there are references to movies, places, and objects that have made their way into video games, ranging from subtle easter eggs to overt allusions to films. Rocket League is one of many popular games that has benefited from sponsorships and cross-promotions with other major film franchises, including Fast & Furious, many Batman/DC films, Ghostbusters, and, most recently, the James Bond films. I received a Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Fell in Love with Me. To be sure, when one thinks about James Bond's car, one automatically thinks of Aston Martin, which is a British car manufacturer. Aston Martin DB5, which made its debut in the James Bond film Goldfinger, is the car that most people associate with the character. There have, however, been several fantastic Bond cars that, along with the soon-to-be-released Aston Martin DB5, would be perfect additions to the Rocket League series over the years and numerous new entries in the 007 franchise It would be appropriate for the Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me to appear in a Rocket League match, complete with its submarine body kit (though it would be preferable if there was no water on stage). The newer Aston Martin DBS V12 and V12 Vanquish from Casino Royale and Die Another Day, as well as the BMW Z8 from The World is Not Enough, all deserve to be mentioned as worthy honorary mentions. the 'Herbie,' says the narrator. In the film The Love Bug, a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle is seen. However, while the old VW Beetle with a mind of its own may not be as iconic as it once was, it would make for a goofy but endearing addition to the Rocket League vehicle roster. There wouldn't be much in the way of customization for the Herbie car, considering that it has a very specific design, but it would still be an iconic addition to the lineup. Even if players don't remember the old The Love Bug movies from 1968 onwards, the Herbie Beetle is still a fairly well-known design in the world of movie automobiles, especially in the United Kingdom. Aside from that, Rocket League has never had a car with a Beetle-like design in any of its original cars, despite having similar-sized cars with a variety of designs. From Ferris Bueller's Day Off, we have the 'Ferrari'. The Ferrari from Ferris Bueller's Day Off would be a fantastic addition to Rocket League, especially when paired with other supercars already in the game, such as the McLaren 570S. The iconic Ferrari Racing Red has already graced the world of Fortnite with the presence of the Ferrari 296 GTB, making the addition of yet another iconic Ferrari to Rocket League seem even more logical. If the original Ferrari from the film is a replica of the original 250 GT California Spyder, being able to score some goals in the iconic coupe would be downright awesome, to put it bluntly. Is there anything stopping another more iconic Ferrari from appearing in Rocket League if a Ferrari can make it into Fortnite? Plymouth Fury (model year 1958) owned by Christine. A certain Stephen King-inspired addition to Rocket League's car roster could bring a touch of horror to the game's already impressive car roster. Due to the combative nature of Rocket League's gameplay, Christine's iconic red prowler would make a lot of sense, and it is unquestionably one of the most iconic movie vehicles ever created. Arnie, a young teen who wants to make a statement to his peers, buys a 1958 Plymouth Fury, which was originally envisioned by King as a 1958 Plymouth Fury. Shortly after getting into the car, Arnie begins to develop a manic personality, and the Plymouth Fury begins to become increasingly sentient and aggressive as a result of this development. If this car, appropriately named Fury, were to join Rocket League's roster, it would be a sinister addition capable of intimidating any opponent.