Most of the time, car designers do a good job of making attractive cars that can appeal to everyone. Some are gorgeous like the classic E-type Jaguar; some are stunning like the Lykan Hypersport supercar.
But not all cars are wonderful works of art and engineering, some are just ugly. Take a look below at some of the ugliest cars ever made:
Pontiac Aztek: This car has topped numerous polls on ugliest cars over the years, and it is easy to see why. The car looks like a giant children’s car and does not have any flash or fancy features. This is also the car that Walter White drives in the hit show Breaking Bad, which has actually made the car popular with fans.
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Fiat Multipla: Though it is a sizeable family car, you can’t help but look at the Multipla and think of a frog. Whatever colour the car comes in, the ridge above the bonnet will always be the first thing you notice about the car.
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SsangYong Rodius: This Korean-made minivan can easily fit in 7 people, and makes for a great minivan, but the back windshield looks like it was an afterthought, and was simply stuck on the back. Without the window sticking up out the back, the car could be an attractive seven-seater.
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Porsche Panamera: You might be surprised to see a Porsche on this list, and the Panamera is a great car too, but it is not of the same level of attractiveness other Porsches have. Even the CEO Matthias Mueller admitted they could have done better with the styling on this car.
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1976 Aston Martin Lagonda: Not all Aston Martin’s are the perfect cars driven by James Bond. The 1976 Lagonda is not at all attractive, from the massive width, the long bonnet, the square shaping and the tiny grill at the front makes its look quite shrew-like. Go for the 1965 Aston Martin DB5 from the movie Skyfall any day.
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Nissan Cube: Nissan might have had a few hits and misses over the years, but the one that takes the cake is the Nissan Cube. It looks as though someone enlarged a LEGO car, from the boxy shape. Either that or someone was inspired by Postman Pat’s car.
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