This vehicle was originally intended as a conveyance for Batman's grandmother - however she refused to go near the thing and decided instead to ride round Gotham City on a Llama. Or maybe not.
The Subaru XT was a design from the drawing board of Inkakrapi Motokari, a junior designer at Subaru - unfortunately he left his compasses at home and was therefore unable to add any curved bits (except for the wheels, for which he drew round a 50 Yen coin).
This sad little motor was once very popular around the streets of Paris, this was due to the fact that all the body panel-denting accidents that occurred between crazy Parisians would almost certainly improve the looks of the car.
The Diahatsu Move looks very similar to the Suzuki Wagon R and the Hyundai Atoz i.e. pathetic. Slightly more appealing than a packet of tramp's toenail clippings - but not much.
A most amusing vehicle - as long as you don't have to ride in it. It's about as attractive as John Prescott's underpants.
Well well well, what happened here then? Forget to include an estate version in your model line-up? Oh well, this was not a problem to the designers at Renault - they simply attached an old conservatory on the back of the saloon (allegedly).
Formed by the seamless bonding of a hearse and a large air conditioning unit, the PT Cruiser makes perfect sense after 10 pints. (Uglycars specifically excludes all American cars through lack of server space, however this car is unfortunately on sale in the UK).
The design of these early Saabs was intended specifically to scare away any elk that may have wandered onto the roads of Sweden. Remarkably a specially prepared version of this car won the Scunthorpe Rally in 1964
Originated in 1959 when Daimler was part of BSA, the Dart went out of production in 1964. Apparently there were even some sold for use as police cars - that must have frightened the criminals. Only about 2500 were built - not really surprising I suppose.
The Maxi - short for "Maximum length of time spent on body styling = 4 minutes". Not so much really ugly but more like they couldn't be bothered to do anything half-decent. Basically a soul-less revamping of the even more horrible Austin 1800 "Land Crab".