Though Not a Car Movie, Rollerball (2002) Sure Had Some Unique Vehicles
A stable of cars you didn't really see in many movies.
Shelby Series 1
The Shelby Series 1 was legendary car builder Carroll Shelby's only car built from scratch. The car served as the main character Jonathan Cross' vehicle. That was until it met a fiery end by a molotov cocktail.
Shelby Cobra Daytona
After the main character Cross' Shelby Series 1 meets its end Cross needed a new ride. As Cross' best friend and the guy who got him in the sport Marcus Ridley jokes about them being some circus elephants and unable to just take a cab, his new ride arrived - a Shelby Cobra Daytona.
Chevrolet C5 Corvette
Cross' bestie Ridley dailys a C5 Corvette when the pair fly around on the streets they basically "own".
Porsche 911 (964)
While 95% of the movie takes place in the Middle East, the beginning starts with Ridley recruiting Cross while saving his butt with his Porsche 911 (964) on the streets of San Francisco.
Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
While a majority of Cross and Ridley's teammates "fight for peanuts" as the movie puts it, one of them clearly had some money to be able to roll around in a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta.
During the intro credit roll leading into the action a Honda NSX can be seen outside the stadium.
I am not even going to pretend. I had to Google what this thing was. Made by Italian automaker Qvale, the Mangusta made an appearance in that same NSX intro as well as a airport scene of the cars coming off the planes.
Lotus Esprit V8
In another exterior stadium shot, a Lotus Esprit V8 is parked next to that one teammates Ferrari.
I hope you enjoyed this look at the cars of Rollerball (2002). While it might not have been a great action movie, it sure has the catalog to be counted as a car movie in my book.