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Disney Pixar CARS 2: Introducing David Hobbscap & the Art of CARS 2

Latest character introduction, the British race announcer, David Hobbs as David Hobbscap  …

Of course, he’s a Jaguar E-Type …

The 1963 Coombs Lightweight E-type hails from Royal Leamington Spa, England. Just like Hobbs, Hobbscap has 20 Le Mans starts under his belt and has retired from racing to become a broadcaster. Along with Brent Mustangberger and Darrell Cartrip, Hobbscap will provide color commentary for the World Grand Prix, as Lightning McQueen and the rest of the challengers vie for the win.

You can read his real bio here at Wikipedia.

Can’t wait for a “Jag-u-ire” E-type with eyes.

The Jaguar E-Type is only one of three automobiles that are worthy to be part of the permanent collection at MoMa.

And more art of CARS 2 …

An amazing attention to details …

Center of Parliament …

Very Rolls Royce …

“Car-rifying” the world …

For those who not know, the Eiffel Tower was only to be a temporary structure for the 1889 World’s Fair and to be taken down after 20 years. The Wikipedia page has some interesting timeline facts.

And while this is not of the Eiffel Tower, in case you’re wondering what it’s like to climb to the top of a Sutro Tower in SF … (or if you want to complain about the air conditioning or the vending machine selection at work …).

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30 March 2011 Disney Pixar, Disney Pixar CARS 3 12 Comments


  • NascarFan says:

    Jaguar or Shaguar… gotta love them all

  • danrio says:

    For me, there are quite a few characters from Cars2 that I’m looking forward to. The E Type Jag has been one of my favorite auto designs for many years, going all the way back to the year !(^! (well, let’s just say since the E was new.
    On the other end of the scale, Grem and Acer fascinate me, since my first BRAND NEW car was 1970 AMC Hornet (i.e., the Gremlin WITH a trunk!). And now I’ve dated myself! Pacer (aka in Cars2 as Acer), unfortunately, became AMC’s swan song.
    I already have stock versions of all of those cars in my 1/64th scale collection.
    And all I can say about Finn McMissile is that he epitomizes many of the great cars found in the “Bond” films, one of my favorite series. Bring ’em on!

    danrio (@sbcglobal.net)

  • Mariela says:

    OMG!! I love roller coasters, but this climbing tower thing is too much! Got dizzy watching it…craaaaazy!!

  • Man-I-Fold says:

    I’m looking forward to further Cars world sponsors in Cars2. Dig “Samuride tires” to the left of Darrel.

  • Uncle Skip says:

    Might have just found a Car that grandpa will like!

    My father just retired from Jaguar this month… 37 years working for the same company. (He worked for the American base of operations as IT manager department)

    Poor guy retired on a Friday and the following Tuesday broke his foot playing racquetball!!! Guess retirement starts in 6 to 8 weeks!

    Very glad they did this car… looks like a good design and rendering… even down to the British racing green this car deserves! Hopefully it will be out in the first round or so of offerings… would like to have Michael give this to Grandpa for his birthday in August!

  • jestrjef says:

    Good stuff …. good stuff … the snow ball for Cars 2 is roling down hill fast … its going to be GREAT!! 🙂

  • John in Missouri says:

    Love it!!

  • Stig McQueen says:

    “Parliament?” Shouldn’t that be “Carliament?”

  • Mr. T says:

    Wow!! all that to change a light bulb? 🙂

  • cac1959 says:

    Can’t wait to get this book… and almost everything else…

  • rpag says:

    Just gets better and better. That tower climbing video makes my knees weak

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