Owning an automobile is a common aspiration. Driving a large and fast vehicle anywhere you want to go. Not all automobiles live up to our expectations. No matter how you look at it, when you’re spending several thousand dollars on a car, you want it to look beautiful. Or at the absolute least, it shouldn’t be horrendously horrible. In spite of this, automakers frequently miss the point and produce vehicles that end up on lists of the ugliest automobiles. In many cases, that also means that sales take a nosedive, although a few oddball vehicles have lasted for decades and gained a cult following. There are times when automakers don’t quite get it right. Over the years, there have been some truly awful designs and creations.
What is the ugliest car in the world?
In an effort to scare the wits out of tiny children throughout the world, South Korea has come up with this monstrosity. In order to “promote dialogue,” the center seats of this MPV/bus may be rotated around. If I had to ride in one of these contraptions, that’s the last thing I’d want to do. Just keep your chin up and wait for this dreadful journey to be finished.
A four-door BMW (2020)
We beg of you to cease. STOP. The chipmunk face on the new 4 Series embodies BMW’s current design direction. A decision has been made that all new automobiles will be fitted with grilles large enough to allow the designers to smell out as much glue as they like.
Predator PTCurve Chrysler
If so, have you ever fantasized about faking your own death? That means you may want to check out PT Cruisers. It looks like an actual hearse and has performance figures to match. I’m reminded of the expression, “I wouldn’t want to be seen dead in one.”
Unbelievably, in the ten years that they were on the market, over a million individuals purchased them. Furthermore, there existed a convertible version of the device. That suggests that many were prepared to show the world that they had purchased one by lowering the hood!
Yaris Verso, Toyota
And what a surprise awaits us to get things started. The Toyota Yaris Verso was introduced in the late 1990s, and it’s unclear who Toyota was aiming this vehicle at. Those who are at least 8 feet taller? Those who want to keep their feet on the ground while driving? Blind people? In Japan, it’s called the Toyota “Fun Cargo.” Surely they’ve played a joke on us with this one, don’t you think.