Films: Road Train (2010)
Height/Weight: That of an average road train.
Summary: Most of the time, our killer cars come in rather conventional sizes. Rarely do we see what happens when the deadliest thing on wheels is also one of the largest. Thus, out comes the Aussie road train from Hell.
History: Patrolling the lonely roads of the Outback is a massive road train with a dark secret. It is quite literally powered by demonic energy, heavily implied to originate from Cerberus. Anyone unfortunate enough to get into this thing after it runs them off the road will be possessed by its power, and feed it human bodies, the blood of which it runs on.
Notable Kills: It's got a slaughterhouse specifically for humans in it. Need we say more?
Final Fate: Out of four people under the road train's influence, only one escapes with her life, and even then, she is unable to stop another stranded couple from entering the accursed vehicle and starting the cycle again.
Powers/Abilities: Converts human bodies into bloody fuel that can possess people if ingested, as well as drive people mad with visions of Cerberus and murder. More importantly, it can drive itself if need be.
Scariness Factor: 4-It has the demonic will of Christine and the destructive power of one of those trucks from "Maximum Overdrive". You do the math. It doesn't help that it can establish a vice grip over the minds of the weak-willed. So the next time you go hitchhiking in the Australian wilderness, ignore the cool car.
Trivia: -This film was known as "Road Kill" in the US.
-Road trains are trucks that lug around two or more large trailers for greater efficiency. The phrase is almost exclusively used in Australia, where they were first created. They also have a place in the US and Europe.