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Cars in the Movie Entourage

After watching Vince and his boys navigate the ups and downs of Hollywood through 8 seasons Entourage, it’s not hard to imagine what the feature film would be like.


In addition to beautiful women, epic parties and heaping amounts of bromance, exotic cars are just another part of the A-list celebrity lifestyle. The gang has driven dozens of extravagant whips throughout the series, but the cars in this summer blockbuster might have topped them all.

1965 Lincoln Continental


Loyal Entourage fans will be happy to know that the famous 1965 Lincoln Continental made a several appearances in the movie, always with Johnny Drama behind the wheel.

Cadillac Ciel concept


The Lincoln Continental wasn’t the only car with suicide doors in the movie. The Cadillac Ciel concept stole the show more than any of the star-studded cameos. It’s gifted to Vince after Ari watches his movie and knows it will be a hit. Now here’s more pictures of that gorgeous machine.




Boys will be boys.

2015 Mercedes Benz S63 AMG Sedan


I guess once you’re head of a major Hollywood studio a BMW 7 Series no longer cuts it. Ari Gold rocks a sleek Mercedes Benz S63 AMG sedan throughout the film, finished in Iridium Silver Metallic. It’s the perfect place for Ari to practice meditation and try to avoid a complete melt-down.

Ferrari 458 Italia


But of course, the S63 wasn’t the only car Ari abused throughout the movie. Indeed, “Ari’s Ferrari” made an appearance —this time in the form of a gorgeous 458 Italia. When there’s a $100 million dollars plus your reputation on the line, you need to get where you’re going fast.

Bentley Continental GT Convertible


Liam Neeson is one of the numerous cameos in Entourage, pulling up next to Ari for a quick exchange that ended something like this.

2015 Cadillac Escalade


The Cadillac Escalade doesn’t get as much gratuitous screen-time as the Ciel concept, but it plays an important role. As always, Turtle is the wheelman, regardless of how much money he made from his Avión tequila venture with Mark Cuban.

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible


While in their Escalade, the boys spot UFC champ Ronda Rousey getting into her red Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and they decide to chase her down so Turtle can ask her out on a date. Needless to say, the gang has had better ideas.


Discontent with being followed, Rousey slams on her brakes, hops out of her car and confronts the gang. She recognizes Vince and then eventually Turtle, and finally agrees to a date.

Aston Martin Vanquish


Vince’s flavor of the week in the Entourage movie is Emily Ratajkowski, who became famous in real-life after appearing in Robin Thicke’s controversial “Blurred Lines” music video. In the movie, she drives a range-topping Aston Martin Vanquish convertible in Madagascar orange. There’s no ceiling to be found on this grand-tourer.


Lamborghini Gallardo


The movie’s main antagonist is Travis McCredle (played by Haley Joel Osment) who’s the son of the main financier of Vince’s movie. When the boys need more money to finish the film, Travis comes to Hollywood to watch an unfinished version at a private screening to see if it’s worth further investment. He falls head-over-cowboy boots for Emily Ratajkowski, but sets out for vengeance when she chooses Vince instead of him.


We first see the yellow Gallardo when Travis steals Ari’s executive parking spot at his studio. Later in the movie, Vince confirms the same Lambo was outside Emily’s house when he went over, proving that Travis was stalking them. Ari is able to use that to prove Travis’s beef with Hyde (Vince’s movie) is all over getting rejected by Emily. Unfortunately, we have no shots of Travis’s flashy privilege-mobile from the movie.

Cadillac ELR


While E is busy juggling the demands of his super-pregnant ex-girlfriend, his kinda-pregnant ex-fling and his most recent one-night stand, we see the unmistakeable swagger of the Cadillac ELR in the background. After this scene, Drama and Turtle find E walking on the sidewalk alone. Maybe his ELR ran out of juice?

Jaguar F-Type


Unfortunately, we never get to see the F-Type in action, but it appears outside of Ari’s therapist’s office and again outside of a fancy LA restaurant.



After the “Johnny’s Banana” video leaks, Drama gets chased through the streets of Los Angeles by people who want a picture with the star of Hollywood’s latest sex(?) tape. One of these hecklers happens to be driving an E92 BMW M3.



The movie starts with a huge party on a 154-foot yacht named “Usher” off the coast of Ibiza, Spain. The extravagant yacht costs $200,000 to rent for a single week! Perhaps some of the girls at the party were spending too much time in the sun, because many of them misplaced the top-half of their bikinis. Poor girls.

VanDutch 55

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Everyone knows the only way to arrive at a yacht party is on your own stupid-expensive yacht. That’s why the boys pulled up on a gray VanDutch 55.

Bonus: Tell us what this car is.


In the scene where Ari Gold begrudgingly heads to Texas to meet with his financier, we spotted a black convertible in the background. It looks like it’s from the 1940’s, but we can’t tell exactly what it is. If any eagle-eyes want to fill us in, do it in the comments.

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There were so many exotics cruising through the Entourage movie that we lost track. If we had a dollar for every Porsche Boxster, Mercedes Benz SL500, Aston Martin DB9 and Lamborghini Gallardo that appears on screen, we might just be able to afford one. But just incase we’ve left out anything big, leave us a comment and let us know!

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