"Snot Rod", a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, is a classic supercharged muscle car (the graphics and grill badge are changed to S/R in the film). Sheriff is a 1949 Mercury Club Coupe. Doc is a 1951 Hudson Hornet two-door coupe. Fillmore is a late 1960s Volkswagen Type 2, otherwise known as the Transporter, or "Microbus".
Hereof, what are cars based?
Radiator Springs is a fictional town in the Cars series created as a composite of multiple real places on historic U.S. Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles. It appears in the 2006 Pixar film Cars and the associated franchise, as well as a section of the Disney California Adventure theme park.
Likewise, why is Cars 2 bad?
When Cars 2 was released, critics called it a fairly disastrous sequel and said that it was time for the franchise to “be taken out to the scrapyard.” There were a number of issues with the second movie — it wasn't a racing film anymore, per se, but a story of espionage, and it didn't focus on Lightning McQueen — but
Does mater have a girlfriend?
As Mater introduces everyone to the agents, Holley mentions that she is Mater's girlfriend, which also surprises Guido, as he and Luigi had not believed Mater claiming so back in Japan.
What happened to Sally in Cars?
Sally returns in Cars 3. She attends all of Lightning's races along with Mater in the pits to encourage him. She is present when McQueen crashes and rushes to him. Four months later, McQueen is still depressed and ruminating on the aftermath of his crash.