Whether you’re watching just one movie, or binging all three, we’ve got Cars drinking games for the whole series! Keep scrollin’ for all the rules and for fun tidbits about the movies.

Cars Drinking Game Rules

Drink 1 sip any time…

  • Lightning McQueen says “speed,” “I am lightning,” or “ka-chow”
  • Lightning says something rude or arrogant
  • You see a Route 66 sign
  • Mater misunderstands something
  • Sally calls Lightning “Stickers”
  • Doc Hudson is a grump
  • Luigi peddles his tires
  • Fillmore, the hippie van, acts stoned

Drink 2 sips any time…

  • There’s a spoof of a real-life person in car-form
  • Lightning McQueen shows signs of becoming a better person — I mean car

Gif of Lightning McQueen drinking oil.

Cars 2 Drinking Game Rules

Drink 1 sip any time…

  • A photo is taken with the camera
  • Mater or Lightning call each other best friends
  • Mater embarasses Lightning
  • There’s a cool Japanese innovation
  • Francesco insults Lightning
  • Miles Axelrod peddles his alternative fuel
  • There’s a misunderstanding between Mater and the agents
  • Someone talks about a lemon car

Drink 2 sips any time…

  • A car is captured by an enemy

Mater drinking alcohol gif.

Cars 3 Drinking Game Rules

Drink 1 sip any time…

  • Lightning McQueen gives himself a pep talk
  • Someone makes a joke about Lightning being old
  • A statistic is said
  • Someone talks about Florida
  • Anyone says “training” or “trainer”

Finish your drink…

  • For the switcheroo!

Cars Easter Eggs

  • Lightning McQueen’s racing number, 95, is a reference to Pixar’s first full-length movie to ever come out. Toy Story debuted in 1995.
  • Lightning uses “Lightyear” brand tires – a reference to Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.
  • The iconic Pizza Planet truck makes an appearance in all three movies (Cars: next to the Elvis car; Cars 2: on a TV screen; and Cars 3: during the demolition race).
  • “A113” is used throughout many Pixar movies. It was the number of an animation room at California Institute for the Arts, where many Pixar animators studied. “A113” can be seen in various places in all three Cars movies.

Cars 2 Easter Eggs

  • In Radiator Springs, you can see that a movie called The Incredimobiles is playing. This is a play on The Incredibles.
  • The boat that Finn McMissle rides on at the beginning of the film is a reference to a ship from the Deadliest Catch.
  • In the London pub, there’s a sneak peak of Brave characters as cars. Brave didn’t come out for another year.
  • The restaurant from Monster’s Inc, Harryhausen’s, is referenced in Cars 2.
  • The restaurant from Ratatouille, Gusteau’s, is also shown (although it is spelled Gastow’s in this movie).
  • In Tokyo, there’s an advertisement for Lotso, the bear from Toy Story 3.
  • The French versions of two Pixar movies are showcased on movie posters: Les Indestructibles (The Incredibles) and 1001 Pattes (Bug’s Life).
  • “Topolino” is the Italian name for Mickey Mouse, which is why Luigi’s uncle is named Uncle Topolino.

Cars 3 Easter Eggs

  • When Cruz’s portable treadmill boots up, it makes the same sound that WALL-E makes when he turns on. (It also happens to be the Windows noise.)
  • One of the car’s sponsors was Triple Dent gum – a commercial for which was shown in Inside Out.
  • Arlo’s family farm, from the Good Dinosaur, is shown.

Who Voices the Main Cars?

  • Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen
  • Larry the Cable Guy as Mater
  • Bonnie Hunt as Sally
  • Paul Newman as Doc Hudson
  • John Ratzenberger (Pixar’s good luck charm!) as Mack
  • Cristela Alonzo as Cruz

For more fun, check out the full list of movie drinking games here!

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