Kol (Star Trek: Discovery)
The Federation, for all its chest-beating and vast resources, couldn't match up to a single ship piloted by the dearly departed Kol of the Klingons. We can make excuses for the Federation by pointing at the history of the Klingons as a warrior race that diverted most of its resources towards developing military tech, but come on; it was ONE ship! But it really was a remarkable one.
Constance Clootie (Wynonna Earp)
From her scarfs and headgear down to her expensive heels, Bulshar's Ex was nothing if not flamboyant, so it shouldn't have come as a surprise to anyone when she kept rolling up in an old-school car that also happens to be pink. She may have been a total nut, but she definitely knew how to keep her style consistent.
Emperor Zarkon (Voltron: Legendary Defender)
As far as hitting the sweet spot goes, Zarkon has had it good from the beginning. He was the original pilot of the black lion, and after that tenure ended, he climbed aboard the Galra mothership and set out to conquer the universe. This might be cheating a little because Zarkon had over 10,000 years and the whole Galra empire to help him create the absolute beast that is the mothership which also serves as his mobile throne room. Nevertheless, there is no begrudging this man his spot on this list because he has earned it.
Clay Morrow (Sons Of Anarchy)
The Harleys on this show are almost as iconic as the people who rode them, and no one owned his Harley better than Jax's stepfather. Clay was a lot of different things over the course of this show's run, but there wasn't a single time he showed up on-screen on his Harley that he didn't ooze menace.
Fred Waterford (The Handmaid's Tale)
One thing everyone agrees on -- The Handmaid's Tale is depressing as hell. Oh! And no one likes Fred Waterford. Fine, that's two things, but that's not the point. Gilead sure is a miserable place to live in, but somehow these guys still drive the most exquisite cars ever. It pains us to admit how jealous we are of Fred -- that despicable, evil man -- and the rides in which he gets to cruise around. That may secretly be the reason he helped establish a fanatical dystopian government.
Lt. Marcus Pierce (Lucifer)
Also known as the first murderer to walk the earth, cursed for eternity to live out his endless days in a perpetual cycle of loss and violence -- or so we thought. Cain, as he is known in some circles, or the Sinnerman in others, witnessed the birth of automobiles and watched them evolve from creaky, lumbering pieces of machinery to the sleek beauties we have today. He is a man who has seen it all, done it all and has had his taste in vehicles refined over the ages. So, every time we see him hop off his Triumph Rocket III at the precinct, we know we'll blindly trust this man to pick out a bike for us at the shop.