What Is The Most Evil Looking Car?

A significant component of a good evil villain — whether they be in cartoons, movies, comics, or real life — is the car they drive. You aren’t likely to fear someone who prances out of a 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle or an adorable Renault Twingo, so a true villain needs an evil-looking car. Movies have portrayed evil villains driving a wide array of dastardly machines from the Saleen S281 Mustang police car used in “Transformers,” to the Peterbilt 281 semi truck seen in “Duel.” What is it about a car that makes it evil? It’s all about the vibe.

No, that isn’t a clever segue to me claiming that the Pontiac Vibe is the most evil car. Personally I believe the most evil looking car ever produced is the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Fixed Head Coupe by Mulliner Park Ward. Its headlights are slightly tilted, which makes it resemble a furious human with a furrowed brow. Its upright trademark Rolls-Royce grille and Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament contrast with the car’s elegant curves, which makes me perceive it as being ready to attack at any moment. Since it is a Rolls-Royce after all, it’s a natural symbol of someones financial success. Success, which all too often comes at the expense of others, whether it’s a wealthy business owner who exploits their workers or a mobster who engages in organized crime. A 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud in black with a red interior just emits the most sinister and evil vibe, and I’d love to own one if someone else paid to maintain it.

So what do you think is the most evil car? It can be a movie car or even a fictional car, we just want to know what car you see that strikes a bit of intimidation into your soul. Hell it can even be a police interceptor, as those guys can be pretty evil.

A rear 3/4 shot of the car

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