Villian cars have always gotten second billing to hero cars, and yet they're equally important to the plot. What would the Bullitt chase scene be without that sinister-looking Charger in the rear-view. What car would make the best villain car?

Villain cars must convey villainous character traits of malice and aggression, and yet not be too flashy, lest the hero be able to spot it easily. Do any modern cars carry such personality? We guess we'll find out.

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