70 Ugliest Cars on The Road
Listen, we love all automobiles, okay? We do, promise. But that doesn’t change the objective truth that some cars are plain and simply not attractive. It’s okay! They aren’t all going to be winners. But these ones in particular are noticeable bad. Why were some of these even made? Their purpose is to get the driver around, safely and efficiently. Their purpose apparently is not to do so while being anything remotely good-looking. So here’s to the ugliest cars ever made, salute!
70. Bricklin SV-1
The brain-child of the American millionaire who brought Subaru to the New World, the Bricklin SV-1 was an attempt to build a “safe and economical sports car”, which makes precisely as much sense as “room temperature fire” or a “solar powered tanning bed.” SV-1 even stands for “Safety Vehicle One”, making this one of the least-inspiring car names of all time.
The front end looks like a sad Corvette, fallen upon hard times and forced to do disgusting things for money. The gull wing doors should add class, but they just look awkward. Fewer than 3,000 were made, and with good reason—no one wanted them and the company went bankrupt in the late 1970s.