As is all art, car design is subjective. There are no hard and fast rules for asserting a car attractive categorically.
The design of the appearance requires a high level of art when it comes to cars.
It takes an expert car designer’s eye to make a nice looking car with a symphony of elegant curves and colors, all flowing into the people who see it.
Then there are cars that all agree are horrible looking.
Certainly, some may find a useful group of fans who collect them for the sake of irony.
To explore some of them here are the top 10 ugliest cars in the world ever built:
10. Mitsuoka Orochi
One stands above the rest in the long and bizarre history of strangely proportioned Japanese cars.
It’s known as the Mitsuoka Orochi, and it’s profoundly strange.
Perhaps the weirdest thing about the Orochi is its price: Although designed as a deflated parachute, it arrived in the market for $100,000.
Why does it look strange despite being a sportscar?
The Orochi has the general lines of an exotic automobile, for example, but it has some extraordinarily weird design elements.
In particular, the front is bizarre in the sense that it looks like the designer tried hard to make the car look like it smiled or could eat.
The more you see this car, the stranger it gets, try it.
There are eyes, a mouth, and a chin there. I believe it was modeled on a picture of a kind of cheerful animal (a laughing baleen whale?).
9. Pontiac Trans Sport
Minivans were never cool, but manufacturers did not stop trying to force the dilemmas in the category.
Pontiac’s attempt to sport the minivan looks like a handle on the back, so that your seat can be emptied.
How does Trans Sport look if we expand our imagination?
I think it is more like a portly mid-aging dad looks who has suddenly decided to wear all the latest training gear equipment for the gym for the first time.
8. Marcos Mantis M70
Although the list is not in a particularly hideous order, due to the total and complete esthetic failure, the Marcos Mantis M70 deserves special attention.
The M70 ought to have a sizeable cabin sportily, which is what we mean by a nose wedge.
Consequently, when put together on a single car, the words “Marcos” and “Mantis” are clear indications of the word “hideous.”
It’s so undesired that you feel like hitting yourself every time you see it for thinking rude thoughts about how you get rid of it.
7. Nissan Cube
It looks like a terrible as if Dr. Seuss would love something in this car.
When it came out, people didn’t like it, and I think still, the market isn’t crazy about this car.
What the designer’s thought process while preparing a prototype, I genuinely didn’t understand till now.
This car will surely not give you safety vibes, reliability, and of course, aesthetic appeal.
Jamming your attention, it just sits over there, like a cube.
6. Citroën Ami
In 1961, the AMI made its market debut, and the company’s rememberable design was its reverse rake window.
AMI was known for its reverse-rake rear window, a design feature that was used by just some companies (with a losing combination of dubious esthetics with hopeless aerodynamics in the reverse-rake window).
It’s designed in poor combination and has terrible aerodynamics in the reverse rake window car.
You might be surprised by the synchronous wave of the headlights if viewed from the front.
The sides look okay, too, and as a certain guy tested the car in the 1960s, he saw the car back.
It seems horrible, at a painful angle, to have been ripped off.
5. AMC Pacer
The 1975 AMC Pacer was born in 1975. Conceived by people from Ork, this egg-shaped vehicle looks at least more aerodynamic than many cars in this post.
The designers of the Pacer seemed to have taken some design clues from an organically grown squash on the south end of a week-long rot.
This vehicle fits perfectly with the mystery machine of Fred. Shockingly, these days, you don’t see that too many of these are restored.
4. Chrysler PT Cruiserr
For ten years, the PT Cruiser was produced and sold between 2000-2010.
Bryan Nesbitt designed this car, who also designed the Chevrolet HHR and the pretty bland seventh generation of the Chevrolet.
Classic cars from the 1930s inspired the PT Cruiser’s design.
It seems like the opposite version of which the women of the middle ages dress like the girls of twenty years.
Those women may look slightly beautiful, but they can’t fool anyone like Cruiser’s so-called heritage design.
This car sold over one million and 350 thousand units worldwide in ten years.
3. Pontiac Aztek
In the 2001 model year, Pontiac Aztek was launched as potential as in the vacuum in the segment (at that time) to capture an emerging market portion.
However, in retrospect, some critics would even regard the Aztec as a trigger for the recent demise of Pontiac.
Why many consider this cute looking car ugly?
The titles of the Aztecs as ugly are both unfortunate and countless.
You would find it difficult to beat Aztecs if you set out to build a car that violated each aesthetic principle: dome, buckled and hanging at the wheels of skate, Aztec appears to be the creation of an unholy union between a Transformer toy, and a Dustbuster vacuum.
Unfortunately, if it were not quite that hideous, the Aztecs could have been a successful vehicle.
2. Nissan S-Cargo
From 1989 to 1991, the Nissan S-Cargo has been produced in Japan for only two years.
With a 75-horsepower engine, the small car is ideal for both a tightly packed city and a wallet.
Sadly, the S-Cargo also looks like a person who didn’t break a film about Pixar Cars because it was too cartoonish.
Nissan originally intended this car for commercial use, but someone in a click of creativity completed a novel design.
By the beginning of the 90s, the car was a complete bloke in appearance, even though its ‘Cargo’ purpose was hardly served.
1. Fiat Multipla
Without Fiat Multipla featured within it, no ‘UGLY’ list is complete. Fiat’s compact MPV beats all the hideous cars listed.
Look at the car, and you’ll wonder why Fiat planned to produce something so awful.
The Fiat Multipla is the worst when it comes to modern monstrosities.
It had two rows of three seats but looked like a crazy robot ugly duck. It was an inventive MPV. Amusingly, the Multipla is shown as examples of cars for the next century in 1999 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
It got redesigned to make it more appealing, which certainly contributed to the production of the Multipla until 2013.
Car freaks have always considered automobile design as an important aspect of the car since the rise of the automotive age.
Naturally, elegant lines do not make a vehicle faster or better but make it more attractive, desirable, and more popular.
Although efforts are made to create esthetically pleasant forms, sometimes manufacturers present the opposite.