Weird, Bad and Ugly Cars

YUK

Not an ugly car, just an ugly color for an unmarked Police car.

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This on the other hand… Toyota Prius. Ugly.

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[quote=“Marian87”]YUK

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I think most recent Infinitis? infinitys? Are ugly as sin.

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What did you expect from a Datsun with posh badge?

This what I expect from Datsun :mrgreen:

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Nissan Juke, I almost like these, drop the lights on the hood and I’d drive one no problem.

G-wiz

Kia Amanti because luxury is just putting MB and Jag styling in a blender and hitting puree

The Juke is ugly but I have a soft spot for it. Also the one-off Juke R is really cool; I kinda want one and I’m not normally a SUVs fan.

Once when I was staying at a hotel 4 Kia Amanti’s all roll into the parking lot together. 16 Asian business men get out. I just stood there baffled.

[quote=“Monkey_Mitchell”]

The Juke is ugly but I have a soft spot for it. Also the one-off Juke R is really cool; I kinda want one and I’m not normally a SUVs fan.

Once when I was staying at a hotel 4 Kia Amanti’s all roll into the parking lot together. 16 Asian business men get out. I just stood there baffled.[/quote]

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA that must have been a odd sight. As far as the Juke I dislike the way they look big time but I hear they are quite fun. I wish it would get a conventional front end.

Introducing the 1961 Chrysler Turbo Flite. Thank god it was only a concept.

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You can say that again! Yuk.

It’s amazing, I don’t like almost anything on it.

If it looks like a car it might be good …

Cars for the disabled are not made for the looks, but this?

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Aston Martin Lagonda wagon

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Does that disablity car thingo have a “VR6” sticker on it? I like to imagine that mean it has a 3.2L VW engine in it “Because if you’re not disabled, you soon will be!”

It’a VR6 cupboard :smiley:

Yeah you will be disabled right away.

I would drive that if it had a VR6 in it… so much POWER

Can I contribute with some European stuff?
Alfa romeo Arna (built in joint venture with Nissan (ARNA: Alfa Romeo Nissan Auto) she has a Nissan frame and Alfa engine)
http://dayerses.com/data_images/posts/alfa-romeo-arna/alfa-romeo-arna-04.jpg

Volkswagen Pescaccia, a civil reproduction of a WW2 German army car (made on Beetle chassis and engine)

Citroen CX Wagon, like NONE of this cars were buyed by normal people: all of them became ambulance or hearse.

Audi A2, weirdest Audi ever built. This cas even has NOT a real hood: it is sealed and only a mechanic can remove it. The fake grille opens to reach the water, oil and wiper water caps, that’s all.
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BMW Isetta: a former model from italian car maker Iso Rivolta, the buiding license was buyed by BMW to build a cheap car to motorize the post-war Germany. The single front door remember a fridge and I think it’s not so safe in a crash…

Delfino Feroce, a ugly method to use spare Subaru Impreza engine and mechanics… It’s a british car, the good news are that the maker didn’t have done another car except the prototype :smiley: (ah, the name is italian and means Ferocious Dolphin :confused: )

Ford Ka MK1: a wheeled tin bubble with unexpected good handling and a “vintage” pushrod 1.2 engine from 80’s Fiesta.

Renault 8: no, a falling pole hasn’t hitted the hood, it’s STYLE…
http://silverstone.fortunecity.com/studebaker/677/r8gold.jpg

MATRA Simca Bagheera, a “sport” car with 3 (yes, THREE) front seats, mid engine and useless front hood. The trunk was over the engine, very useful if you plan to make a picnic and want to eat warm sandwiches

NSU Printz: another birth of the german art of making cars, in Italy we called it “the soap bar” for obvious reason… sport versions have unexpected engines, I4 1.0 litres capable of 70 and 90hp…

And that’s all for now :sunglasses:

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And you see there’s 2 mistake in your post.

Citroen CX Break is beautiful.

Audi A2 Bonnet can be easily remove even if you aren’t a mechanic. It’s also lightweight.

Other than that it’s all correct though.

[quote=“conan_murder”]And you see there’s 2 mistake in your post.

Citroen CX Break is beautiful.

Audi A2 Bonnet can be easily remove even if you aren’t a mechanic. It’s also lightweight.

Other than that it’s all correct though.[/quote]

I think CX Break is the ugly daughter of the DS wagon… but you see, everyone has its own tastes… In fact, for example, in this 3D i found the Multipla that i think it’s an unusual yet good car (MK2 Multiplas have a look similar to FIAT Stilo and are very anonymous, MK1 has personality and that means you can only LOVE or HATE its style).
Ah, Multipla has also an unexpected sport handling, and Natural Power versions has LPG tanks under the chassis to protect them in a crash and leave the trunk empty.

A2 bonnet… yes, you’re right, i mean it’s not a normal hood that you can pop pulling a lever… it’s a “service” operation that Audi don’t intend to be usual (they make this decision to leave the impression their engine don’t need to be inspected because are “perfect”)

Anyway, THX for the reply :stuck_out_tongue: