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These Are The Top 5 Cars For Show Offs

If you own one of these, you better get used to attention.

Although we don't like to admit it, our choice of car is often influenced by how it will make us look. Certain sports cars are designed to be fast under the radar, while others are actually designed with a button to make it louder. There are an increasing number of cars that come with amazing engines or styling that help get you noticed, so we thought we'd compile a list of some of our favorites. We factored everything from looks, sounds, and overall prestige that will help turn people's heads. Just because a car is expensive, doesn't make it a head turner.

When the Huracan was first unveiled, it wasn't quite as eye-catching as you would expect a Lamborghini to be. Many people had the same complaint about the Gallardo. However, when Lamborghini launched the Huracan Spyder, all of our complaints fell right out the window. The Spyder adds lunacy to the slightly Audi-ish Huracan. With the top down, you are more likely to be seen and you can better enjoy the symphony of that 5.2-liter V10 engine. The Huracan Spyder was unveiled in Blue Cepheus with matching blue seats which really pops when you see it in person. This car won't just turn heads, it will snap necks, and that's before you even start it up.

The Jaguar F-Type may not be as expensive as a Lamborghini, but the exhaust note on this beast will make some supercars sound like church mice. If this car's stunning looks don't turn heads, the amazing exhaust will do the job. If you're really an attention hog, go for the convertible and enjoy all of the looks you get.

The Range Rover Sport is a very good car for showing off. When you pull up in a Range Rover, people know that you have a lot of money. What would make this even better, how about the engine from the F-Type? When you floor it, everyone will have to do a double take to make sure that sound is coming from an SUV.

On a list of cars for show offs, how could we not include the Hellcat twins? These cars are the epitome of cars to brag about. Both the Challenger and Charger Hellcat come with 707 horsepower and a supercharged soundtrack to go with it. If that wasn't enough, these cars can be ordered in a number of eye-catching colors like B5 Blue, Plum Crazy Purple, and Sublime Green. Even if you do opt for a more subtle color like Billet Silver or Phantom Black, we doubt that you will be able to escape from the attention that a 700 horsepower car can garner. If you didn't want attention, you should have bought a V6 model because the Hellcat is bound to draw a crowd. Since the gas mileage is so bad, you'll spend a lot of time at the gas station.

Our final choice doesn't rely on a loud exhaust to be recognized. In fact, when you drive the Rolls Royce Dawn, you will probably never hear the engine. Don't think that this will stop people from looking at you though, because although they won't hear it, this thing is hard to miss. While the Dawn is Rolls Royce's "smaller" convertible, it is still massive and has that classic Rolls Royce look. This car screams opulence, and being a convertible will only make it easier for people to give you the finger. If you wanted to roll under the radar, you should have looked at the Ghost sedan or an S-Class. This luxury machine was meant to help you get noticed.

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