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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by BlueScreen, Jun 28, 2014.
He refers to the Bugatti Chiron.
Actually all Bugattis, except the EB110
Nissan s-cargo or fiat 600 multipla.
I don't know, the S-Cargo is kinda neat in almost every way. It was such an unusual step to be unique. No need to trash it for being ugly when it's named after the French dish.
Yeah, I think it's kinda cool in its own weird way, and it uses that weirdness to its advantage. Some cars are just strange and ugly for seemingly no reason:
good god, what is that a koenigsegg?
that poor thing
Nope, it's actually a pretty quirky car called the Covini C6W.
it's like someone saw a tyrrel p34 and said "yes, i want that on the road"
hold the fuck up:
The Covini C6W is an Italian 2-seat 2-door sports coupé with a removable roof section. Inspiration for the car was taken from the 1976 Tyrrell P34, which had two pairs of smaller front wheels, a principle applied to the C6W. ... In 2003 the project was revived and in 2004 the C6W was shown in prototype form.
Ferrari 330 Shooting Brake, the ugly break ferrari.
+ Most horrible possible with the entry-level Gavril Devo
That is nowhere close to ugly, and I don't know where you even got the idea of that.
Didn't the Toyota designers realize that the grill is... uhm... a little oversized?
A car coming from a brand that is known for making unreliable cars also made cars that looked hideous. PT Stands for Pity because this is what Chrysler felt when people were buying it. And slapping the word "Cruiser" on the mess was a mistake too.
But it really needed that extra air
yes, but you could get it with a turbo and manual transmission
and they sold really well