Dodge Viper RT/10 SR-1 Roadster (1993)

This 1993 Dodge Viper RT/10 is a paragon of machismo energy. There are other, arguably more masculine cars, of course—the Porsche 911 has a clientele made up almost entirely of men. The Mustang became an icon of male virility thanks to the man’s man, Steve McQueen, thrashing one through the streets of San Fransisco in Bullit.

But the RT/10 goes beyond being preferred by men; this car has a gender, and it is a frat bro. The bulging hood, the pulsating burble of the 8.0-liter engine, the infamous self-centered lack of care for anyone including bystanders or occupants—it radiates masculinity. And not the healthiest kind.