Your Uber Eats meal could be delivered in the Batmobile, James Bond’s Aston Martin and the Ghostbusters car.

These famous movie vehicles could turn up at your Bracknell or Ascot doorstep if you order KFC’s new chicken Zinger Popcorn Bucket.

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 was vote Britain’s ultimate movie car, according to a OnePoll survey.

General manager at Uber Eats Sunjiv Shah said: “It’s clear from our survey that most people would absolutely love to get their hands on one of these amazing motors to try them for themselves.

“Many of them are cars you could only wish to see flying down the road, so it’s an amusing prospect that one of them could turn up in your street to deliver a KFC order.”

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Other cars in the top ten included The Delorean from Back To The Future, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Herbie the 1963 Volkswagen Beetle.

Cars from Tim Burton and Chistopher Nolan’s Batman movies and the Minis in The Italian Job ranked in the top 40.

According to the research, the ultimate film car chase includes near misses, driving on the wrong side of the road and lots of crashes, with more than a quarter of respondents voting that police cars are an essential ingredient and 23 per cent saying they love an explosion.

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Unlike in the movies, Uber Eats delivery cars will follow all appropriate speed limits, but there’s a chance they could look like one of these movie icons.

To be eligible for a movie car delivery, customers need to order the new menu item on Monday, October 4 between 4pm and 8pm.