Lucifer’s Car – All The Cars Lucifer Drive in the TV Show

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Lucifer’s car, or basically known as the Corvette, is the black beauty owned by Lucifer Morningstar. It was later passed down to his little girl Rory.

Lucifer, one of the biggest and famous Netflix series (it came to Netflix from Fox) about a crime-solving devil, who had enough of Hell and decided to land in Los Angeles roaming in an iconic Lucifer’s car, has just finished its season 5. While the protagonist, Tom Ellis, came into the world bored from Hell, making the LA his playground, he somehow became famous by helping the city’s people. He chose to remove and burn his wings, making it difficult for him to move around the city.

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Lucifer’s Corvette

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So, what could he do about it? Well, he has plenty of cars to pick for his transportation, and it happened he liked one car particularly. That vehicle shows up at every crime scene. However, that’s not the only Lucifer’s car in the series. Let’s find out all the Lucifer’s cars he drove in the hit TV show.

The First Lucifer’s Car – Epic 1962 C1 Corvette

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Lucifer’s Black Corvette Car – photo by Greg Gjerdingen

If you are someone who came here searching what car does Lucifer drive, you are on the right page. He mainly drives the Chevrolet Corvette C1 1962. It is black, and it is the one he uses to reach every crime scene. He also drives it to Chloe’s residence, nightclub, and almost every place where a conflict takes him.

This Lucifer’s car is the first generation Corvette that came in 1953 and remained in production until 1962. This first-generation Corvette is famously known as a ‘solid axle’, featuring the independent rear suspension. The 1963 Sting Ray followed it.

The second generation didn’t get as much fame as the first, so Chevrolet decided to introduce some upgrades. These were the ones that made the C1 1962 more desirable in the first place.

Talking specifically about the 1962 Corvette C1, it had the solid axle suspension featured in the 1953 models. However, the updates made it quicker than all the models before it. It happened mainly due to two new engines.

Chevrolet added a 5350 cc (327 cu. in.) V8 engine, the hydraulic valve filters previously used for the standard 250hp and the elective 300 hp mills, and ditched the dual 4-barrel carburetor. Besides, the automaker used the rocker panel trim for the first time in addition to exposed headlights. Other changes included RPO 687 heavy-duty steering and breaks, RPO 276 15”x5.5” wheels, RPO 473 power convertible top, and RPO 488 24-gallon fuel tank.

Although this 1962 C1 was exceptional and iconic, the Netflix production team decided to replace this Lucifer’s car in season 4.

What red car does Lucifer drive?

Season 3 ended with Lucifer owning his beloved black Corvette. We thought we would again see the wealthy, charming Lucifer driving his C1 in season 4, but we were wrong. In Episode 5, we saw him driving a shiny red car. We must say we were shocked; even Chloe didn’t like it much compared to the Corvette C1.

So, what prompted this change, and why so many people inquire what red car does Lucifer drive? Clearly, it was the 1963 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible. Why do they have to change Lucifer’s car? Well, a change was needful because of the transformations around Lucifer. His ‘first love’ Eve came and that modified many things in his life.

Not bad, since a classic was replaced by another classic, made between 1958 and 1963. The British automaker Aston Martin introduced the DB4 at the 1958 London Motor Show. Sketched by Carrozzeria Touring in Milan, Italy, the vintage car gathered a lot of fame during its time mainly due to its European look. The convertible model came in 1961, boasting looks identical to the Touring saloon (we call it sedan in the USA).

The red DB4 convertible became so famous that it began appearing in other channels, like Grand Theft Auto: Los Santos. So, what car does Lucifer drive in the GTA?

Lucifer’s Car in GTA 5

The Grand Theft Auto aficionados worldwide got lucky to drive Lucifer’s car. Did anyone think of this cunning devil to appear in this action-adventure game? Well, we bet not! The character had a storyline in the game, and you could make it down to the tee and even visit his Lux club.

Speaking of Lucifer’s Car in GTA 5, you cannot get the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette C1. However, you can still apply some alterations to the Coquette Blackfin (open-top) to give it the C1-similar looks.

Other Car’s We Would Like Lucifer to Drive

According to an article on Jalopnik, they feel many other cars suit the devil better. For more aggressive driving, the publication wanted Lucifer to have the Lamborghini Diablo Roadster. It is an ideal car to travel in the city top-down with more power under its skin.

In place of DB4, we also have some suggestions. We feel the Aston Martin Vanquish or Vulcan suits the devil better. It is ever superior to the diabolical Aston Martins Bond drives in the James Bond series. The Vulcan has such an evil name and perfectly befits a bad guy from Hell.

FAQ’s of Lucifer Car

Why does Lucifer drive a Corvette Car?

It seems like Lucifer really loves his 1962 C1 Corvette Car. Rather than choosing an expensive brand, he chooses a Black Corvette.

What is Lucifer’s red car?

It was the vintage red Aston Martin. Mostly, he showed up with a classic black 1962 Corvette but sometimes he loves to drive his red Aston Martin.

What year is the black Corvette in Lucifer?

It was a 1962 black Corvette as seen in the series “Lucifer”

How much is a 1962 Corvette worth?

Lucifer’s 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Car is valued at $54,800 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits.

Final Words

We have no issue with whatever car Lucifer drive in the show; we love his attitude and overall arrogance. The Lucifer, or Lucy as his brother Amenadiel calls him, is the apple of everyone’s eye in the hit drama series. We are really indulged in his love story with the Detective, Chloe Decker, and would enjoy seeing this relationship grow. We will be hooked to our screens to watch Season 6 – the last in the series due to release on Netflix worldwide in September this year.

Lucifer has come a long way from a TV show to a character we like to imitate in our daily lives. Lucifer’s cars, his up-to-date dressing, and charming looks all are the reasons to adore him. Just do not be over-obsessed with him and become a vigilante. We hope we do not see you appearing on a crime scene acting like Lucifer. That’s something we should leave to the experts, right?

So, which Lucifer’s car do you like the most?

Jasper has been an enthusiast of the automotive and IT industries since the age of 16. He independently writes on the auto industry's recent happenings.