Ugliest cars ever

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  1. Alex_The_Gamer

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    I am sorry for posting too many comments in here, but seriously, really, actually, how do people sign off on this?
     
  2. josh.iguess

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    Whatever this thing is, it's incredibly ugly. It was made by a company called Sebring-Vanguard Inc and it was called the Comutacar and the CitiCar. It's an insult to city cars. I mean, it's not as ugly as it could be, but this may be why the cars didn't sell well lol
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  3. Mar4ick

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    Aston martin why


    (btw this car has a widebody kit and v8 engine lmao)
     

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  4. Nathan 03

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    I think they might've taken some styling cues from the Pontiac Aztek.
     
  5. Alex_The_Gamer

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    That Cygnet widebody you are talking about is my wallpaper lol
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  6. Mar4ick

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    Cool xD
     
  7. CommonCat

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    Come on Mugen, you are better than this.
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  8. RANDALL BAGWELL

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    the t2000 is a beast it does not suck
     
  9. aaa_

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    Somehow VW managed to make this look like one of those Chinese knockoffs...





    This isn't any better...

     
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  10. carsmin

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    what car is that ...
     
  11. 98crownvic

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    This is a Kia Amanti, looks like there was some 'inspiration' that went into its design.
     
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  12. aaa_

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    The Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph it actually appears to have been designed by Vickers plc when they owned Rolls Royce Motors, as the design was finished by 1994. Rolls Royce Motors was sold to VW Group in 1998 when the car entered production so that's why it appears to be credited to VW.

    Vickers - an engineering company, bought Rolls Royce Motors in 1980 and produced this awful looking car: The Silver Spirit. Up until the acquisition the cars looked really good, but it was downhill from here in my opinion.



    When they were independent (before 1980) they made cars like the Phantom and the silver shadow. I think these were the last good looking ones.








    Another three cars I really hate are the XJ6 (XJ40), 1999 Jaguar S-Type and the X-Type. They both look atrocious especially the grille on the S-type and the fact that the X-Type is basically just a bloated Ford Mondeo.

    The headlights on this XJ6 are horrific, I have never seen a car that made me want to projectile vomit before, and the wheels don't make it any better. The fact that the grille seems to end ABOVE the hood is shocking too.

    From what I understand this was British Leyland's doing, which isn't surprising.




    The X-Type is already awful but the estate version is even more offensive:






    Then there's the awful 1999 S-Type:






    For comparison, the original S-Type from the 60's that Ford tried to emulate:






    What is it with British car companies being sold and the design going to crap?
     
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  13. Crash77

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    With the exception of the XJ6 (and XJ40), I agree.
     
  14. KuchenVier

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    The Puma is a prime example of how selecting nostalgic names for a completely distilled vehicle automatically taints it. Like, it looks like a inflated CX-3 that got the Escape-style treatment of having fishlike elements.

    Whether I think the Escape or Puma is worse, the Puma would probably be my selection just based off how it looks near-to-nothing like the nostalgic car it's supposedly "evolving" (and the fact that I can totally see fish-inspired elements in this). Also, the Escape is slightly easier to my eyes than this absolute dumpster fire... except for the Chinese-spec, that grille will consume me whole if it was a mouth.

    This is just all my subjective opinion obviously, but I can't stress enough how it strains my eyes just LOOKING at a car that is supposed to succeed a vehicle with decent reputation.
     
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  15. aaa_

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    It's just the awful headlights. The UK model had round headlights and it actually looks ok.




    Though I'd prefer the wheels from the US model on it.






    I think the W203 is a really ugly car. The headlights just look terrible. The rest of it doesn't really look like something you'd expect from Mercedes. I like every other C-Class with the exception of this one.

     
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  16. Alex_Farmer557

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    None of the cars you've complained about actually look that bad
     
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  17. loba04

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    the worst car in the world, at least according to top gear (italia) is the fiuat duna, the 2nd worst is the duna weekend, known also as the sw in other countries
     

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  18. MichaelKnight1982

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    The Duna is that kind of car that is stuck on the decade it was made (1980s), here in Argentina was made until 2001 meanwhile it's brother the Uno was made until 2010
     
  19. aaa_

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    MG Metro 6R4

     
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  20. loba04

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    the duna was clever and brought fiat into a new segment with minimal cost, but it was so badly built, even worse that the italian version of the best delling uno, that in a Quattroruote test drive (the most important car magazine in italy) the electric window switch fell into the door pannel and the trunk's lid carpeting riped in half only by opening it, since it was catching in the lock. that car was, and still is, such a joke that spawned a satirical calendar and a parody song.
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