The ugliest cars ever made , There are several modern vehicles that made our list of the ugliest cars ever made.
With a name like Gremlin, you’d expect this car to have an ugly appearance, and you wouldn’t be wrong. It has a strange-looking back end and no visible upgrades to speak of. Legend has it that AMC’s design chief at the time made his first sketch of the car on the back of an airline motion sickness bag.
Designed to appeal to a younger, more adventurous audience, the Nissan Juke is a compact crossover with a strange, boxy shape. Even the new generation of this car is still hard on the eyes, though slightly less so than the original.
Despite a quirky design, the Subaru BRAT had a pretty good 16-year production run. The term BRAT stands for bi-drive recreational all-terrain transporter, a reference to the button that turns its all-wheel drive on and off.
The AMC Pacer was a popular compact in the United States between 1975 and 1980, but there’s no denying its strange design. The back end seems to just drop off behind the passenger seat, ending super low to the ground.
To say the Corbin Sparrow looks like a giant jelly bean on wheels wouldn’t be overkill, especially considering the brightly coloured hues you often find them in. This electric, plastic vehicle was designed for city commuters, and only featured three wheels.
The first subcompact vehicle produced by Ford in North America, the Ford Pinto wasn’t just unsightly to look at, it was also a death machine. There is a design flaw in the car that allows the fuel tanks to catch fire, which they frequently did following impact.
The miniature cars produced by Crosley during the rationing of World War II were popular for good reason, and the CC was the first new model released during peacetime. It featured a squished front end, no running boards, and undersized wheels, making it look like a toy or clown car.
The Volkswagen Thing is so ugly, the company couldn’t even be bothered to come up with a flashy name for it. The design of this boxy, mole-looking vehicle was inspired by German military vehicles used during WWII.
Chevrolet Lumina APV
We understand that it’s hard to make a minivan look cool, but the Lumina APV doesn’t even look like Chevrolet put in any effort to spruce up its appearance. The APV was the first front-wheel-drive minivan sold by the company, and offered much the same handling as a smaller car.