If Game of Thrones Characters Had Cars

If Game of Thrones Characters Had Cars

To celebrate the highly anticipated finale of Game of Thrones season 7, we decided to envision our favourite characters and their epic cars.

Ever asked yourself the question - if your favourite Game of Thrones characters had cars, what would they drive? Yes, us to!

So, to celebrate the highly anticipated finale of Game of Thrones season 7, we decided to envision our favourite characters and their epic cars.

Arya Stark’s Jaguar F-TYPE Winter Edition

Arya Stark’s Jaguar F-TYPE Winter Edition

After learning the ways of the many-faced god, Arya Stark has mastered her skills as a faceless assassin and returned to Westeros to fulfil her hit list.

Heading north to reunite with her long-lost siblings, Arya needed something fast yet adaptable in the hope of slipping under the radar and reaching Winterfell before the worst of winter hits.

Introducing the F-Type Winter edition. Fitted with ice clamping snow tires and beaming light bars, the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 is capable of producing 558bhp and a 0-62mph sprint time of 3.5 seconds, perfect for escaping sticky situations and ploughing through the treacherous conditions.

Some visual and mechanical modifications have been made, but when we asked Arya who completed the work on the F-Type, she told us “no-one.”

Daenerys Targaryen’s McLaren P1 LM

Daenerys Targaryen’s McLaren P1 LM

Daenerys Targaryen has finally arrived back on the shores of Westeros reclaiming her home, Dragonstone, before embarking on her epic conquest for the throne.

After purchasing her fleet to transport the Unsullied and Dothraki hordes, Khaleesi found she had a bit of spare gold left over so she decided to invest in a little something for herself – a McLaren P1 LM.

Sporting the Targaryen Sigel, the hypercar is equally as beautiful and terrifying as one of her three dragons. When she’s not riding the winged beasts, she likes to take the P1 for a spin – and who wouldn’t? The vehicle houses an upsized 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 capable of producing 1,000bhp leading to a 0-60mph time of 2.4 seconds - a perfect fit for a young and powerful queen.

Fast, ferocious, and foxy – much like the owner herself. 

Cersei Lannister’s ROYAL Royce Phantom

Cersei Lannister’s ROYAL Royce Phantom

As the (unrightful) Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, Cersei Lannister is manipulative, calculating and ruthless.

Based in the Red Keep at Kings Landing, the last remaining lioness is disliked and feared by her people… and for good reason. After obliterating the Great Sept of Baelor, the royal subjects of the city are less than pleased to see the unmerciful tyrant walking the cobbled streets. So, Cersei decided to purchase a vehicle for getting around safely and in style.

The 6.75-litre Phantom is capable of producing 446bhp with a 0-60 time of six seconds. Draped in the Lannister Coat of Arms and fitted with tinted windows, the royal vehicle is the perfect ride for slow cruising around the city with her brother/ lover.

Cersei bought the decadent vehicle using money loaned from the Iron Bank, but after the recent raid on Highgarden, the debt was paid back in full. After all… a Lannister always pays their debts.

Robert Baratheon’s Ferrari F12 TDF

Robert Baratheon’s Ferrari F12 TDF

It seems like a life time ago since we saw Robert Baratheon clinching at his excruciating wounds, and asking Ned to be Regent and Protector of the Realm.

As the King of the Seven Kingdoms, Robert Baratheon was known to indulge in many pleasantries including food (obviously), women and foreign imported cars such as his Ferrari F12 TDF.

After the King’s untimely death, Robert Baratheon’s possessions, including his Ferrari F12, were transported to Storms End where they remained locked away in the Castle’s vault. Both Renly and Stannis had been known to take the 6.3-litre V12 for a drive, but after their untimely deaths, the car has since been kept in permanent storage.

However, the fat King may not be completely dead after all, as residents of Storms End have reported hearing the engine rev in the middle of the night… Could King Robert’s spirit linger on in his F12?

 

Images: Javier Oquendo Design x Car Keys

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