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Holley is equipped with gadgets including: front projection lamps above headlights that emit a heads-up display, headlight cameras; a side right wheel concealed gun and an electro-shock device, a telescoping utility arm, undercarriage mounted dual trackball platforms for controlling the heads-up display, and retractable wings for flight. She is a playable character in the Disney Infinity series.

She is also Mater's best friend. Siddeley voiced by Jason Isaacs is a Gulfstream V spy jet. He is feet long with a foot wingspan 53 and 48 meters respectively and is shown to possess afterburners, though no aspect of his airframe is suited to supersonic flight, In addition, he has VTOL vertical-takeoff and landing capabilities.


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His tail has A painted on it, a recurring gag in the Pixar films. Siddeley is also seen in the background in one scene of the Cars spinoff, 'Planes. Stephenson is a spy train, who first appeared in Cars 2 working with Finn McMissile. Stephenson is a state-of-the-art bullet train, who scrambles switchboards, hops international rail lines, and can make it from Dover to Porto Corsa in five hours.

He has no dining car and no spare compartment because he's filled with the finest in high-tech, classified spy gear and probably has a few secret agents aboard. One of his carriages contains high-tech equipment that modifies and adds gadgets to cars. His only line in Cars 2 is "Finn, one hour to Porta Corsa". Stephenson is named after the "father of railways", namely George Stephenson. Leland Turbo voiced by Jason Isaacs was a British agent who appeared in the film's beginning. However, by the time Finn arrives at the rig, the lemons have found Leland and crushed him into a cube. He appears to be based on a Jaguar E-Type.

His name is most likely based on Leyland Motors , a now defunct British vehicle manufacturer. He is the agent McMissile and Shiftwell were supposed to meet before he ran into Mater, which leads to the mistake of the spy cars thinking Mater is Rod Redline. His license plate suggests that he is from Michigan, which is where Bruce is from. In the bathroom, Rod takes off his disguise so Finn and Holley can recognize him.

Unfortunately, lemons Grem and Acer follow him in the bathroom and his plan backfires when they recognize him before Holley can meet him. Rod tried to fight them off but, the two lemons dodge his tactics and severely damage him. Cornered by the villains, he turns his information over to a rusty American tow truck named Mater when no one noticed before being captured. He is later filled with Allinol at the lemons' hideout. Rod thanks them due to the fact that Allinol is good for cars but, Professor Zundapp revealed to the agent that Allinol explodes when it hits with an electromagnetic pulse.

As it turned out, the Lemons were going to torture him until he told them who the information was passed to. Despite the torture, Rod refused to give out the info. But the lemons realized that Redline passed the info to Mater before killing him. Having been saved from a long sentence in a Moroccan impound lot 20 years to life by McMissile, Tomber has since become an auto-parts dealer.

He specializes in rare parts, such as the ones needed to keep a certain Rover V8 going. Mater and Tomber get along from their first meeting, both respecting the other's knowledge of cars and specific parts. Tomber French for "to tumble" is a Reliant Regal threewheeler, a car notorious for its poor handling and tendency to roll over in even gentle turns.

Crabby is painted and designed like the Northwestern. He is seen in the beginning of the film with Finn McMissile aboard him. Finn has paid Crabby to bring him to a certain location in the ocean so he can look for a car, a request that greatly puzzles Crabby. Once they reach the spot, Tony Trihull see below intercepts Crabby and threatens him with a missile launcher , forcing him to turn back. Crabby apologizes to Finn as he heads home, not knowing that Finn has already slipped off board and hitched onto Tony to continue his mission. Sir Miles Axlerod voiced by Eddie Izzard is a former oil baron who has sold off his fortune after he supposedly converted himself into an electric vehicle.

He is revealed to be the major antagonist at the end of Cars 2. He was the first car to circumnavigate the globe without any GPS which is similar to explorer, Ferdinand Magellan who circulated the globe. Axlerod created the World Grand Prix to promote his new wonder-fuel, Allinol. Axlerod later reveals that he owns the largest untapped oil reserves in the world. His "alternative fuel" is actually ordinary gasoline engineered to ignite if hit with electromagnetic pulses from weapons disguised as television cameras.

Axlerod's plans to use oil for world domination are eventually exposed. Mater confronts Axlerod about the conspiracy and forces him to deactivate the bomb with a voice command, proving that he was the one who set it. He is based on a Range Rover L According to Lego. Even though they don't have all the spy weapons and gadgets they are still tough and will do anything and everything to stop secret agents. He first appears in the beginning when he notices Crabby and Finn in the oil reserve, ordering Crabby to leave. As a result, Crabby leaves but Finn hitches a ride on the back of Tony without him knowing.

He later appears again near the end of the film in London when Professor Z tries to escape from being caught by Finn McMissile, yelling for the Professor to hurry and get aboard him. McMissile shoots several mine-bombs out of his wheels which cling to Tony's big magnet, resulting in a huge explosion killing Tony. Victor Hugo voiced by Stanley Townsend is the head lemon of the Hugo family, being referred to as "the boss" by fellow Hugos.

During the film, Victor uses Ivan, a blue tow truck which Mater masquerades as to infiltrate the lemons' meeting , as his own personal transportation that tows him place to place instead of having to drive on his own. He is the only black bodyguard lemon in the entire movie to talk, making him and Victor the only Hugo family members that talk. Despite his young age, he does dirty work like Victor and Ivan and attends the lemon meeting. He also is one of the lemons attempting to round up Mater so that the bomb would explode, killing both Mater and Lightning. Near the end of the film, Alexander is arrested in London with his fellow lemons.

Ivan voiced by Stanley Townsend is a blue tow truck who serves as Victor Hugo's mode of transportation, towing him around.

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He resembles Mater greatly, in fact, Mater disguises as Ivan in order to infiltrate a lemon crime meeting. The real Ivan was previously tazed by Holley. He later awoke and captured Holley and even intercepted Mater before he can warn Lightning McQueen about the truth of Allinol. In the end, he is defeated by Mater and arrested alongside the other lemons.

His name is pronounced ee-van instead of eye-van. Tubbs Pacer portrayed by Brad Lewis is the head lemon of the Pacer family. During the film, Tubbs and the other main heads of the three lemon families Gremlin, Trunkov, Hugo attend a meeting with Professor Z in Porto Corsa to discuss their evil plans about discrediting the Allinol by using the radiation disguised camera to crash out the racers in the World Grand Prix that use the gas, and ensure that all cars keep using conventional fuel to secure the profits of their "lemon" organization who managed to secure the largest unexplored oil resources in the world.

Tubbs is seen smiling at the idea and cannot wait. He can be recognized as one of the cars equipped with flamethrowers who attack Finn McMissile on the oil rigs' helipad. Vladimir Trunkov voiced by Stanley Townsend is the head lemon of the Trunkov family. He appears to be based on a ZAZ Zaporozhets. Tolga is a black Trunkov that helps Vladimir Trunkov by protecting him, but it does not know who he is in the movie because there are several other black Trunkovs. Curby Gremlin voiced by John Mainieri is the head lemon of the Gremlin family. He originates from Detroit, as he states it when he introduces himself to the other lemons.

Curby, along with the other main heads of the three lemon families Pacer, Trunkov, Hugo attend a meeting with Professor Z in Porto Corsa. Later, In London, as he tries to kill them with a machine gun, he is sprayed by Red, and his fellow Lemons were arrested. Francesco Bernoulli serves as Lightning McQueen's primary rival in the second film. He is also a Ferrari Formula 1 car with LED lights underneath his front wing for nighttime racing.

Jeff Gorvette, a Chevrolet Corvette C6. He has a crew chief named Mach Matsuo during his races. He is voiced by Erik Passoja. She is voiced by Claudia Leitte in the Brazilian version of the film and Jossara Jinaro for other roles. He is voiced by the Formula 1 racing driver of the same name. He has won numerous races including Nurburgring and Le Mans. He is voiced by Greg Ellis.

For other roles, Max is voiced by James Rankin. His voice actor is currently unknown. His pit crew consits of two pitties and his crew chief, Brian Gearlookski. He has no voice actor. In foreign releases, the Corvette character voiced by Jeff Gordon is replaced by a different character. Daisu Tsashimi , played by Daisuke "Dice" Tsutsumi , is the name of the forklift sushi chef who serves Mater wasabi , when Mater mistook it for delicious pistachio ice cream.

Tsashimi is a play on sashimi , and his given name could be a play on the Japanese auto marque Daihatsu , as well as his full name being a play on "diced sashimi". Mama Topolino voiced by Vanessa Redgrave is Luigi's aunt. She resembles a s Renault or maybe Alfa Romeo Dauphine. Uncle Topolino voiced by Franco Nero is Luigi's uncle. The cover on his top resembles a hair style, similar to Luigi's. She knights Mater for his bravery in foiling Axlerod's plot.

Her roof racks are made to look like a crown. Signora Bernoulli is Francesco's mother. She is seen at the Porto Corsa race cheering her son on. She is a s era Ferrari Formula One race car and, as evidenced by her number, his biggest fan other than himself. As his name indicates he is a Cadillac Eldorado.

As evidenced by his glasses and smile, he is loosely based on Larry King. The Popemobile is only seen at the Italian World Grand Prix Race — he is seen inside a bulletproof "popemobile" for his personal protection. He is among the many fans in the stands. Black-hatted priests can be seen next to the Popemobile while he sits in the stands at Porta Corsa for the second race in the World Grand Prix.

Small Isetta forklifts, similar to the Guido character, are seen in white cassocks and red hats waving incense into the air. Jacques Villeneuve voices the character in the French and Quebec versions of Cars 2. He joins Brent Mustangburger and Darrell Cartrip. These are characters who have first or only appeared in the film Cars 3 He explains to McQueen that while Doc was devastated by no longer racing, he found greater happiness in training him. At the Florida , Smokey acts as McQueen's crew chief.

He helps McQueen coach Cruz when she enters and race. He is voiced by Chris Cooper. The character is based on Daytona Beach garage owner Henry "Smokey" Yunick , whose innovations were well known in motorsport, as he entered the No. He announces the unconfirmed status of McQueen's racing career after his crash and assumes the end of his racing days. Miss Fritter is a villainous demolition derby-inspired monster school bus and Lightning McQueen's nemesis, an undefeated Crazy-8 champion in the movie.

She appears at a demolition derby at Thunder Hollow Speedway. She nearly saws Cruz with her Stop sign saw blades until Lightning McQueen, disguised as Chester Whipplefilter stops her only to get his tire shredded because the saw was lodged between his rear fender and tire. Cruz Ramirez ends up winning the race. She is voiced by Lea Delaria. Sweet Tea knows all about fighting hard to prove that women deserve their fair shake in the racing world. When Louise retired, she discovered she had a singing voice as smooth as freshly laid asphalt. She now spends her time belting out country classics at the Cotter Pin.

Windshield was a character which was scrapped from the storyline around Based on concept art, he was going to be a yellow Packard Clipper , although a concept sketch by Dave Deal shows him as a Packard Super Eight rather than a Clipper. The design was reused for Ramone's House of Body Art. Zil was originally going to be the main antagonist in Cars 2 , but was ultimately dropped in favour of Professor Z and Miles Axlerod. Giulia was an original character in the beginnings of Cars 2. She was intended to be the double agent that met up with Mater. Giulia was left out of the completed movie, and replaced by Holley Shiftwell.

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    Yes Flashback. Yes Tales from Radiator Springs. Jimmy Cables was a Piston Cup racer colored magenta and white. He was fired and replaced by Flip Dover before the Los Angeles Rusty Cornfuel was the previous Tow Cap racer. He was later superseded by Jack DePost after his retirement. He lived in a farm in Mississippi where he would train and challenge his friends. Jack DePost was a Piston Cup racer. He took Rusty's place as the Tow Cap racer. He later retires before the Los Angeles with J. McPillar taking his place. Lane was a Piston Cup racer. He wears a new sponsor. Before the Los Angeles , he was replaced by Eric Braker after his retirement.

    Markus was a Piston Cup racer. He preceded the previous Transberry Juice racer, Lee Revkins and was given a new team number. Chip was a Piston Cup racer. Before the Los Angeles , he was replaced by Chris Roamin' after his retirement. Carl was a Piston Cup racer. He preceded the previous Easy Idle racer, Ruby Oaks. He was later fired by Easy Idle's owner and was replaced with Harvey Rodcap. Bobby was a Piston Cup racer and one of Lightning's best friends. He preceded the previous Octane Gain racer, Billy Oilchanger and was given a new team number.

    Voiced by Angel Onquendo. Speedy was a Piston Cup racer and wears a new sponsor. Brick was a Piston Cup racer and is one of Lightning's best friends. He preceded the previous Vitoline racer, James Cleanair and was given a new team number. Voiced by Diedrich Bader. Aiken was a Piston Cup racer.

    He was involved in the multi-car wreck caused by Chick Hicks. He was later superseded by Phil Tankson, who later got fired and replaced him with Tim Treadless. Aiken was friends with another Piston Cup racer, Darrel Draggered and performed music. Phil was a Piston Cup racer.

    He preceded the previous Nitroade racer, Aiken Axler. He was later fired by Nitroade's owner and replaced with Tim Treadless. Terry was a Piston Cup racer and wears a new sponsor. Before the Los Angeles , he was replaced by Cam Spinner after his retirement. Chuck was a Piston Cup racer who had a slight allergy to certain fuels. He was superseded by Dud Throttleman, who later got fired and replaced with Ed Truncan. Dud Throttleman was a Piston Cup racer.

    He preceded the previous Mood Springs racer, Chuck Armstrong. He was later fired by Mood Springs' owner and replaced with Ed Truncan. Dirkson D'Agostino was a Piston Cup racer who first worked in a graphics department. He discovered his racing talent there. Trunk Fresh chose Dirkson after firing and driving recklessly. Kevin was a Piston Cup racer who has knowledge of racing's history and understands the complex rules. His sponsor was not in Cars 3. Eugene was a Piston Cup racer who prepped race cars at a local race shop.

    He has more knowledge on racing than other arrogant cars he worked on. He retires before the events of Cars 3 and he was replaced by Reb Meeker, who would later get superseded by Rich Mixon. Reb was a Piston Cup racer. He preceded the previous Tank Coat racer, Eugene Carbureski. Buck was a Piston Cup racer. He later got superseded by Michael Rotor before the Florida Cal Weathers grew up watching his uncle, Strip Weathers tear it up. It aspired Cal to be a racer. He preceded the previous Re-Volting racer, Davey Apex and gave him a new team number. He later got replaced by Aaron Clocker after he was fired by Re-Volting's owner.

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    Ruby was a Piston Cup racer who has a laid back attitude and a slow gravelly voice, giving him the nickname, "Easy". He wore the sponsor for two decades. His fan base is older than him. Claude retires before Cars 3 and he was replaced by Brian Spark. Claude was involved in the massive wreck caused by Chick Hicks, taking part in a scene where Todd Marcus crashed into him and flipped him upside-down.

    Brian was a Piston Cup racer. He later got superseded by an unnamed next-gen before the Florida Johnny was a Piston Cup racer who has been involved in minor and massive wrecks the most, earning the nickname "Magnet Face". Tommy was a Piston Cup racer. He later got replaced by Herb Curbler before the Los Angeles Brush Curber was a consistent Piston Cup racer who had numerous top ten finishes in the season. He had severe malfunctions in every string of the mid-season. His sponsor, Fiber Fuel and an overhauled diet keep him away from his losing ways. He also has a wife named Katherine who married 40 years ago and had fourteen children, Hal, Brush Jr.

    Billy was a Piston Cup racer whose dream was becoming a racing color commentator after his retirement. He calls the races out loud to himself while he's in them. Other drivers think he's distracting and a little creepy, but it's great experience. He retires before Cars 3 and got replaced by Bobby Swift, who was given a new team number James was a Piston Cup racer who was hired by Vitoline just to get Vitoline customer attentions.

    He was racing for over twenty-six years and never slows down in a race. He retires before Cars 3 and was replaced by Brick Yardley, who in turn was replaced by Chase Racelott. Lee was a Piston Cup racer who grew up mastering his skills in a family farm. He recalls an old rickety bridge down at the river running through the property where he'd try to "thread the needle across the narrow bridge". He credits his nerves of steel to those daredevil runs. Winford was a Piston Cup racer who started his racing by reading books about physics and learned about momentum, velocity, and anything else that would help him take the track easily.

    His doctor and lawyer friends that the county club thought he was crazy, but the studying paid off. He was a Piston Cup racer with a vast knowledge on science. His last name "Rutherford" is a homage to Ernest Rutherford. Bruce was a Piston Cup racer. Bobby was a Piston Cup racer and wears a new sponsor. Manny was a Piston Cup racer and is considered a consistent gearhead. He is also a spokesman for his sponsor, N2O Cola.

    He can't drink the product himself due to containing nitrous which will give you an extra pep in your engine ironically. He retires before Cars 3 and was replaced by Parker Brakeston. Parker was a Piston Cup racer. He later got fired by N2O Cola's owner and replaced with H. Floyd Mulvihill was a Piston Cup racer. He originally trained as an automotive engineer until he wanted to pursue his lifelong passion to race. He's affectionally known as "Smokey Floyd" as he enjoys laying long patches of burning rubber in front of his adoring fans [67] during a race in Misti was a Piston Cup racer who comes from a racing family.

    Her family is very excited about her legitimate racing career and though she may not have a perfect track record at least her record is clean. She retired before Cars 3 and got replaced by an unnamed veteran. It later gets replaced by an unnamed next-gen before the Florida Slider was a Piston Cup racer who was named after his uncle, Slide Powers who graced the gritty, makeshift tracks of the late forties.

    He started racing in an early age, he challenged postal trucks, taxis, delivery vans and all varieties of unsuspecting pedestrian motorists. He even raced a police car, but only once. Crusty was a Piston Cup racer who used to be a vinyl top salesman before he was fired. He realized that he had an amazing gift for driving long, hard, grueling distances without feeling even the slightest burnout while working out his frustration in a gym.

    He retired before Cars 3 and he was replaced by Rev Roadages. Rev was a Piston Cup racer. He preceded the previous Vinyl Toupee racer, Crusty Rotor. He later got replaced by an unnamed next-gen before the Florida Haul was a Piston Cup racer and was the only European racer in the season. He was a champion in the early nineties. He had an incredible mastery on Europe's most challenging tracks. On day, he accidentally drove on the wrong side of the road and ended up doing a barrel roll. His ego was seriously damaged but he was able to return to the Piston Cup.

    He was already a highly decorated racer. His favorite trackside pastime is dodgeball. He says that the pitties are the toughest competition because they have arms. Rex was a Piston Cup racer. He later gets replaced him with Dan Carcia before the Rustbelt Raceway. Darren was a Piston Cup racer who is known for his sudden 11th-hour accelerations. He returns to Cars 3.

    Davey was a Piston Cup racer who dreamed of becoming a professional race car but he has never gone higher than 20th or 21st but he still loved racing. He loves the cheering fans and the squealing rubber on asphalt. He isn't competitive by nature, he lets another racer pass him if they want to. He retired before the events of Cars 3 with T.

    Castlenut taking his place. Mac was a Piston Cup racer who likes things clean and simple, he wears a simple sleek design, no flashy colors or gaudy stickers. He retires before Cars 3 and replaced him with an unnamed veteran. This car was a Piston Cup racer. It preceded the previous Apple Incorporated racer, Mac iCar. It later got replaced by J. Drive before the Rustbelt Raceway. Ponchy was a Piston Cup racer who used to work as a stunt-double on a movie about a pair of wise-cracking California Highway Patrol officers called "HighJinx," when he was spotted and recruited to be a professional race car.

    He has gone from the big screen to the little screen, but at least it involves a lot less intentional crashing. He returns to Cars 3 and got replaced by Paul Conrev before the Florida Murray was a Piston Cup racer whose first taste of competition was being a member of the gold winning Olympic test track relay team. Ernie was a Piston Cup racer who recalls the day when high dollar sponsorships and squealing fans were still a thing for the future.

    He was the oldest racer in the season, but says that he still has plenty of fire in his chambers. His friends call him "Giddyup" alluding to the humble horsepower engine he started his career with all those years ago. He returns to Cars 3 and got replaced by an unnamed next-gen. Greg was a Piston Cup racer who loves his sponsorship, but he does not like the paint job. He also hates judging the annual contest in which fans build a likeness of him out of real gingerbread and gumdrops.

    He and his brother have a little respect for what the other did for a living, but when Jordon got a role playing a race car in the film "Racing Hearts," he was forced by the studio to spend time shadowing his brother, Ralph. Kevin was a Piston Cup racer who is in the fourth line of racers in the Shiftright family. His great grandfather Kurt raced on the old dirt tracks of the fifties, following by his grandpa Kraig, who won 2 Piston Cups in the late seventies, and his dad Klint who won 3 in the early nineties.

    He later retired before the Florida and replaced him with an unnamed next-gen. Todd was a Piston Cup racer who comes from Dieselton, Alabama. He chose the number "because it's easy to remember. He returned to Cars 3 and got replaced by Jonas Carvers. Flip Dover is one of the many next-gens to enter in McPillar is one of the many next-gens to enter in Eric is one of the many next-gens to enter in Bubba Wheelhouse is one of the many next-gens to enter in He is based on Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. However, shortly after the film's release, the real-life Wallace was released from his team, and has since joined Richard Petty Motorsports as a Cup driver, scoring a podium at the Daytona Chris is one of the many next-gens to enter in Harvey Rodcap is one of the many next-gens to enter in Daniel Swervez is one of the many next-gens enter in Ryan Laney is one of the many next-gens to enter in Chase Racelott is one of the many next-gens to enter in Treadless is one of the many next-gens to enter in He took Tankson's role as the Nitroade racer before the Los Angeles He is one of the next-gens who finished as a DNF after a crash during the Florida Cam Spinner is one of the many next-gens to enter in He is one of the next-gens who didn't finish the race, due to a massive crash, indirectly started by him.

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    He is a playable character in Cars 3: Driven to Win. Ed Truncan is one of the many next-gens to enter in Steve LaPage is one of the many next-gens to enter in He took D'Agostino's role as the Trunk Fresh racer. He is one of five next-gens who didn't finish the race, due to a massive crash in the Florida Rich Mixon is one of the next-gens to enter in He is also a playable character in Cars 3: Driven to Win. Michael Rotor is one of the next-gens to enter in He took Buck Bearingly's role as the View Zeen racer.

    Aaron Clocker is one of the many next-gens to enter in He took T. Castlenut's role as the Re-Volting racer. This car is one of the next-gens to enter in It took Brian Spark's role as the Leak Less racer. It was one of the next-gens who couldn't finish the Florida after a crash. Herb is a Piston Cup racer who made his debut in the Los Angeles He made his debut in the season. Jim is a Piston Cup racer. He preceded the previous Carbon Cyber racer, Bobby Roadtesta.

    Richie is a Piston Cup racer.