A lot of cars are bland and anonymous. Some are charming and attractive. Some just ooze bad attitude and say, "I don't give a damn about you or your social standards. Or your front lawn." What's the biggest middle-finger-to-polite-society on wheels?

If there was one vehicle which sold on implied menace above all, it's the Hummer H2. Its brutish big brother may have earned its attitude the hard way in Kuwait and Europe, but the pickup-based civilian truck was all about a bad-ass pose factor and disregard for such niceties as fuel economy and tidy handling. It's the perfect symbol for the pre-crash all-about-me 2000s, where bad attitude reigned unchecked.

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