Top 10: best Halloween costumes for your car

Sam Bisby

By: Sam Bisby

Every year, people make elaborate efforts to dress up to celebrate Halloween. Parents dress up their kids, houses are decorated and even pets (reluctantly) join in the scare-fest. So it’s only right that petrol heads dress up their beloved cars.

Here are our favourites:

Fanged teeth MX-5

The quick and simple Halloween costume is just to add a pair of fanged teeth to the car’s front grille. This will add a mean, vampirism element to your car, without you having to expend too much time or energy.


Make a splash at the Halloween party with a Killer Whale car costume. Simply add some fins and a tail. Your car will have a whale of a time in this costume.


Go batty with bat wings. Easy to add on and take off, the wings will give you the spooky edge on the scariest of nights.


Do you have turtle recall? For motorists with a reptile obsession, a turtle Halloween costume will probably take longer to create, however you may fulfil a dream of becoming a real-life teenage mutant ninja turtle.

Mater and Lightning McQueen

You probably won’t be able to scare-tip tractors as Mater and Lightning McQueen, but you will still be able to put a smile on every child’s face.


Ddecorate an orange car as a pumpkin and decide not to squash your desires.


Don’t put your foot in your mouth, put your mouth in your boot. Decorate a hilarious mouth in your boot to add a touch of hilarity to your Halloween proceedings – plus, it’s full of treats!


A rabbit costume will give you a hare-raising time for All Hallow’s Eve. Even if you don’t particularly like the celebration, you will be hopping mad.


Obviously this owner had some skeletons in the boot. The skeleton may look like funny bones during the day, but at night look spine-chilling.


A cat car boot doesn’t exactly look purrrfect, in fact it is pawtastically frightening. But it is the ideal costume for any cat lover. 

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