Not all great female characters are heroes. Some of the best female characters in cinema are cold-hearted, ruthless villains. Their evil prowess and magnetizing screen presence cannot be denied. Every good villain needs a getaway car, so here are 10 cars some villainesses would make their escape in.

Nancy Downs from The Craft: Ferrari 488 Spider in Black

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Nancy Downs defined 90s Goth witch aesthetic that reigns supreme with millennial women today. Nancy always demands the best, a black Ferrari to be exact.

Akasha in Queen of the Damned: Bugatti Veyron in Gold

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The vampire queen of ancient Egypt would surely drive a gold Bugatti Veyron. Picture Akasha driving around, decimating the population in a gold luxury car.

Mystique in the X-Men Movies: Lexus LFA in Blue

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Obviously Mystique would drive a fast, sleek, blue car to match her scaly countenance and ruthless demeanor. It’s only fitting she’d choose a car both sexy and scary.

Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct: Pontiac Sunfire Convertible in Red

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Many sites list this car as one of the “top chick cars” that men should never drive. Good thing Catherine Tramell doesn’t care about what men like or want at all! Unless of course, it serves her own needs.

Annie Wilkes in Misery: 1997-1999 Subaru Forester GX in Gray

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Annie Wilkes requires a car built for blizzard weather for when she’s out and about digging up injured writers buried in the snow to take home and keep indefinitely hostage. It’s not a sexy car, but it’s practical and unassuming.

Baby Jane Hudson in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?: 1932 Daimler Double-Six in Black

Bette Davis in the role of Jane Hudson in What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? The classic horror film, which has just turned 50, is being released on Blu-ray

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Baby Jane lives in the past, so she would probably drive an elegant, early 1930s car, which was produced right as her career went down the drain.

O-Ren Ishii from Kill Bill: Infiniti Q60 in White

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Like most of the women on this list, O-Ren Ishii is a villain that you root for. The Infiniti Q60 is a car sophisticated in its simplicity. It comes in a convertible that is model perfect for assassinating your enemies while in transit.

Santanico Pandemonium in From Dusk Till Dawn: Cadillac ATS in Crimson

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2014 Cadillac ATS Crimson Sport Edition

In 2015, the Cadillac ATS was released in a crimson sport edition. Every vampires heiress needs a blood colored, luxury car.

Varla in Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!: 1964 Porsche 356C Coupé in Silver

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The 1964 Porsche 356C Coupé is one of the beautiful cars featured in Russ Meyer’s 1965 cult classic. Varla wins a drag race against an insignificant man with this car.

May Day in A View To Kill: Chevrolet Corvette in Dark Purple

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Grace Jones as May Day is arguably one of the best female Bond villains of all time. I mean come on, she lifts a grown man over her head like it’s nothing. The blood of her enemies would look triumphant splattered on the hood of a purple Corvette.