The machines on this list loudly communicate their competence on the road with their design, leaving little to doubt. From million-dollar hypercars with sharp, angry lines, to all-out American muscle cars equipped with every possible aerodynamic feature, all of the below cars have a common denominator: an aggressive, livid expression. And, while we're not sure what these cars are so angry about, one thing is sure: you definitely wouldn't want to see any of them in your rear-view mirror. The following list compiles the 10 angriest, most aggressive-looking road cars ever put into production. Enjoy!
10 2015 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06
When Chevrolet designed the new Corvette, they likely wanted to make sure the design reflects the car's highly improved power and performance. We'd say they definitely succeeded, as the C7 is one of the most attractive and aggressive American sports cars to date. The Corvette C7 Z06 puts a check mark on every feature of a true supercar, from the low-slung aggressive design to front splitters, abundant vents, and a large rear wing.
The promising aggressive design is backed up by a huge 6.2L V8 producing 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, which warrants a 0-60 in only 2.95 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph. We're also happy to report that this raw American muscle specimen comes in at a surprisingly low $80,900.
9 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
There's something extremely menacing about the new Dodge Demon's front end, which just seems to be staring right into your soul. The Demon represents the pinnacle of American muscle, and its trademark red paint only serves to accentuate the aggression of what hides under its hood.
The Demon is currently one of the quickest production cars in the world, and behind the wheel, you would have to deal with a neck-snapping 1.8 G's of force as it slingshots to 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds. Filled up on special racing fuel, the Demon's 6.2L HEMI V8 produces as much as 840 horsepower and 770 lb-ft of torque.
8 2010 Gumpert Apollo Sport
The Apollo Sport is nothing short of pure a road-legal race car, and it proudly shows it off in every possible design feature - from the enormous rear wing, carbon fiber bumper canards and front splitter, to the ridiculous roof-mounted vent that's bound to turn a few heads.
Engineered to perfection by German Apollo Automobil, the Gumpert Apollo Sport packs a 4.2L DOHC V8 producing 750 horsepower. Combine Apollo Automobil's top-notch race-car engineering with roughly 2600 lbs of curb weight, and you've got yourself a world record for the fastest production car around Nurburgring Nordschleife.
7 2016 Dodge Viper ACR
Along with the proud American Club Racing badge, the Viper ACR has gotten an aerodynamic and weight-reduction boost over the standard Viper, which should give it a clear edge on the race track. The Viper has always been an aggressive supercar, but the ACR takes it a step further, complete with a huge carbon fiber rear wing and splitters, canards on each side of the bumper, and even fender gills. Underneath its elongated hood still lies the same 8.4L V10 that's about the size of a fridge and pushes out 645 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque.
6 2012 Pagani Huayra
There's something disquieting about this gorgeous million-dollar hypercar. Epitomizing the trademark Pagani aggression, the Huayra features an exposed carbon fiber exterior with an enormous front splitter, small spider-like headlights, and even menacing bat-wing doors. But, is it that makes this car so expensive?
Aside from its luxurious interior and mesmerizing carbon-fiber exterior, it's also a true beast on the road. The Huayra uses AMG's 6.0L V12 bolstered by two turbochargers to produce 700 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. Considering this car weighs less than 3000 lbs, flooring the gas pedal in this car is guaranteed to freeze the blood in just about anyone's veins.
5 2019 Ford Shelby GT500
The GT500 models have been getting more menacing with each iteration, up until the 2020 model was unveiled at the North American International Autoshow in Detroit in its most aggressive form yet. With this one, carrying on the name and the legacy of the legendary Caroll Shelby, Ford obviously wanted to make a statement - this is NOT a regular Mustang.
And its design, featuring everything from a huge hood vent and a front splitter to a massive rear wing, is indicative of what lies under the hood. It's packed with a supecharged 5.2L V8 that churns out a nerve wracking 760 horsepower and 625 lb-ft of torque. For the GT500, this means a 0-60 in under 3 seconds.
4 2014 Lamborghini Veneno
The embodiment of the Lamborghini ideology, the Veneno takes its name from from one of the strongest and most aggressive bulls to ever enter the fighting arena. This raging bull was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and it's the quickest Lamborghini to leave the factory yet.
Every inch of the Veneno is designed to maximize aerodynamics and downforce, allowing for supreme stability and control as the car's 750-horsepower V12 shuttles it to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and comfortably propels it to a top speed of 221 mph. Unfortunately to some, the price tag of this aggressive-looking hypercar is just under 4 Million dollars.
3 2014 Falcon F7
Built by Falcon Motorsports in Michigan, the F7 is about as angry as supercars get. In 2012, the company had started hand-building these cars for buyers, and now Falcon is expanding with intent on developing and marketing their cars even further. Complete with a carbon fiber body and a twin-turbocharged V8 producing 1100 horsepower, this car was inspired by the Ford GT and built to outshine any exotic European alternative.
Although it uses a traditional gear shifter, this supercar is able to soar to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds, as at only 2785 lbs, it weighs less than a Ford Focus. As for the top speed, it's confirmed to eclipse the 200 mph mark.
2 2016 Fenyr Supersport
Pictures don't do it justice. Fenyr Supersport is the latest prodigy of W Motors - the same Saudi company responsible for the amazing (and amazingly expensive!) Lykan Hypersport. It was named after a monstrous mythological wolf Fenrir. Seeing it approaching in your rear view mirror might be an intimidating experience, as this car does not need huge spoilers or gills to appear vicious, it does so with aggressive sharp lines, deep, dark vents, and a grimacing front grill. Although the company continues its trend of using smaller V6 engines in its hypercars, the Fenyr nevertheless manages to live up to its name. The 4.0L V6 hidden inside develops an astonishing figure of 900 horsepower and gives the Fenyr a 0-60 of just 2.7 seconds, along with a top speed of a an incredible 248 mph.
1 2017 Zenvo TS1 GT
The Zenvo TS1 GT is the kind of supercar you definitely wouldn't want to see in your rear-view mirror, and with a 1.2 million dollar price tag, you likely won't. The aggression with which its lines run is unparalleled, and it's further complemented by menacing, darkened headlights and enormous vents. The engine is every bit as frightening - a 5.8L V8 packing not one but TWO superchargers pushing out a stampede of 1163 horses at the push of the gas pedal. This Danish supercar is capable of accelerating to 60 mph in less than 2.8 seconds, eventually reaching an incredible top speed of 233 mph.