ENCHANTED PUMPKIN COACH
For a brief moment in the commercial, it seems one of Walmart's delivery boys is unsure of his duties as he places a pumpkin in an empty parking lot instead of a waiting vehicle. It all makes sense moments later, as the enchanted pumpkin coach from Cinderella comes to life in an impressive, and surely expensive, display of effects. The Coach debuted in the 1950 Disney classic and has since gone on to appear in the live-action reboot, along with cameos in numerous films and video games over the years.
THE FLINTSTONES' CAR
While Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their family don't actually appear in the commercial, the instantly recognizable foot-powered vehicle even executes the classic tip over gag generations of children enjoyed on television. The Flintstones was created by Hanna-Barbera and debuted on ABC in 1960. The series rocketed to popularity among an older demographic and inspired future adult animated series like The Simpsons.
Whether you consider Bumblebee a character or a famous car, he appears as both in Walmart's '80s-heavy multiverses crossover. This version of Bumblebee is from the most recent Transformers film, which features the alien robot in disguise in his original Volkswagen Beetle form. Bumblebee, like the rest of the Transformers, was created for a Hasbro line of action figures, and then first appeared in 1984's Transformers cartoon before becoming a massive pop culture mainstay.
DELOREAN TIME MACHINE
Finally, arriving just in the nick of time, is the fan-favorite DeLorean Time Machine, which first appeared in Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future in 1985. The DeLorean was the sole vehicle produced by the Delorean Motor Company before it went bankrupt, making the vehicle a treasured collectible. The company had declared bankruptcy in 1982, and was unable to capitalize on the car's inclusion in the hit Back to the Future trilogy.