How Much Did Tom Cruise’s Minority Report Car Go For?
The car driven by Tom Cruise in action film Minority Report was expected to fetch about $125,654 US dollars when it went up for sale in 2009. The sleek red Lexus 2054 is just one of three models created for the movie and only has 38 miles on the odometer.
Some of the cars that go up for sale on eBay these days are simply amazing and downright awesome. Here’s some other pictures of the Lexus concept car that was designed for the movie Minority Report, which starred Tom Crusie and was directed by Steven Spielberg, an avid fan of the Lexus brand. The inspiration behind the car was a vehicle that would fit the requirements of the year 2054, but beneath the futuristic design is a standard Chevy V6 and conventional manual gearbox.
Lexus Concept For Sale – We don’t know the sticker price but Ebay is where to look…
In 2002, Lexus was commissioned to build several futuristic cars for use in the Philip K. Dick-inspired Minority Report. If you watched that movie and said to yourself, “When oh when will I be able to drive a wild car like Tom Cruise?” then there’s an eBay auction you need to check out. Up for sale is one of (supposedly) three 2054-model year Lexuses. Bidding on the private auction begins at $88,000 and is likely to get closer to the estimated $125,000 it cost Lexus to build it.
Unlike Ecto 1 or that smart-mouthed KITT, this movie car isn’t built on an existing chassis. Instead, the auction description claims, it was built from scratch by Lexus. Oddly enough, it’s powered by a Chevrolet V6, which leads us to believe the car may have initially been a non-running background car used in the film as a prop. It was probably later transformed into the semi-street legal (check local laws, the auction advises) exotic you see for sale. Shots of the super-spartan interior reinforce that suspicion. Luckily, the owner says a custom interior will be installed for the auction winner.
Despite its current source of propulsion, this would be one helluva car to go to your 2054 class reunion in. That would be my, um, 65th class reunion. Hmmm. Perhaps the Munsters’ hearse would be more appropriate for most of us.