What are the Top 10 Ugliest Cars in the World? When the car’s real name is “Thing,” you can’t claim you don’t know what you’re getting into. On the one hand, whatever you required, this 1960s vehicle could do it. On the other hand, it felt like driving inside a cardboard box. Though it may be regarded a little more vintage and stylish these days.
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This is the Tatra T603, a strangely designed vehicle manufactured in Czechoslovakia and marketed across Europe from the 1950s through the 1970s. While it is not renowned for having significant issues like some of our others, it does give the impression that you are driving inside of an egg. But is it the appearance you’re aiming for?
09: Nissan S Cargo
Nissan produced this retro-style commercial van from 1989 to 1992. Was it effective in terms of transporting items? Probably. Did you make a fool of yourself while driving it? You’ll have to tell us.
08: 1957 Fiat 600 Multipla Marinella
The Fiat Multipla was a series of vehicles with many variants (such as the one seen here) that were produced from 1956 to 1965. It was Fiat’s first car to have a rear engine. It also had a unique appearance, the sort we associate with transporting you around an amusement park rather than transporting the kids to school.
07: Bond Bug
It’s nicknamed the Bond Bug, although it has nothing to do with secret agent 007. The two-seat, three-wheeled vehicle was produced in the 1970s when Reliant acquired the Bond Motor Company and decided to create a “fun car.” Are you having a good time yet?
06: AMC Matador
American Motor Company (AMC) manufactured several variants of the Matador throughout the 1970s, ranging from a station wagon to coupe. Each of them might have made our list of the ugliest people. But that doesn’t mean the vehicle wasn’t well-liked in its day.
Bond drove around in a flying version of the vehicle. And fashion designer Oleg Cassini was enlisted to create a unique premium model.
However, times and preferences change. And, although the Matador has had a modest comeback among collectors, we suspect that for many drivers, its design instincts are locked in reverse.
East Germany attempted to build its own version of the Volkswagen Beetle four decades ago. To say this endeavor was a failure would be an understatement. The only thing that looks decent on this vehicle is the Rolling Stones emblem on the hood, which is poorly created and has a horrible aesthetic.
04: AMC Pacer
When the AMC Pacer debuted in 1975, it was hailed as “futuristic,” “bold,” and “original” by the automotive press. In response to the 1970s fuel crisis, AMC even developed an electric variant.
But, as time passed, what seemed futuristic became to appear plain odd, and the Pacer’s outlandish appearance went out of favor. Car collectors have returned to it in recent years, but not enough for the Pacer to escape the gravitational pull of our ugliest list.
03: Pontiac Aztek
The Pontiac Aztek was manufactured from 2001 to 2005 and sold somewhat more than the years indicated throughout each year of production.
02: AMC Gremlin
Though it seems like something out of a 1980s horror film, this 1970s subcompact vehicle became somewhat famous due to its tiny size and unusual look. And by distinctive, we mean it has a fantastic “personality.”
01: Nissan Cube
The Nissan Cube has no frills or bells and whistles. When you buy one of these cars, you get precisely what you paid for: a reliable, practical, drivable education in geometry.