4. Rolls-Royce Phantom
Modern cars don’t get any bigger or more ostentatious than the Rolls-Royce Phantom. This British behemoth is the very definition of unbridled opulence. Its imposing grille and massive dimensions frighten lesser vehicles right out its bloody way. Have you ever wanted to sit in a tree? Slip inside a Phantom and the abundance of wood trim will make you feel like a baby owl snuggled in the crotch of a hollowed-out oak. Ultra-soft leather, knee-deep carpeting and total serenity are the main attributes of this fine machine, but don’t expect it to be very fuel friendly. Powered by a 6.7-liter V12 this beast packs a 453-bhp wallop. Power is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission, though don’t expect this advanced gearbox to make it thrifty; the Phantom’s combined fuel-economy score is just 14 mpg.