Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop is a violent commentary on America’s media-obsessed, consumerist culture. The large, gas-guzzling 6000 SUX, complete with reclining leather seats, cruise control, and asymmetric tail lights, is a dream car in the nightmarish Detroit portrayed in the film. Designer Gene Winfield based the car on a 1977 Cutlass Supreme, adding fiberglass body panels and prominent intakes and exhausts to add futuristic flair. Two complete, fully-functional cars were built, with a third body blown up by the production crew.