Friday, June 2, 2023

They put together a ranking of the 10 ugliest cars in the world

Now something has been written about the taste. A British company put together a ranking of the 10 ugliest cars in the world, despite the fact that beauty is a 100 percent subjective aspect.

The top ten was put together by Hippo Leasing, a British company dedicated to car rental, based on searches for articles in online search engines. This firm chose those cars that have the most mentions in notes about ugly cars.

Based on Ahrefs analytics tool page traffic for “ugly cars,” these are the ten:

Fiat Multipla: This was a car produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat between 1998 and 2010. The original model is known for its style (not in a good way). The facelifted version, launched in 2004, was restyled from its original appearance to improve sales figures, but Fiat eventually discontinued the model in 2010.
Pontiac Aztec: Some refer to the Pontiac Aztec as the biggest flop in car history. However, Eztel saw an increase in sales when fans saw Walter White of Breaking Bad, one of the greatest leading men in television history. Unfortunately, the hatch wasn’t enough to save the Aztec and the model was discontinued in 2005, replaced by the Pontiac Torrent.
Chrysler PT Cruiser – Apparently, the PT Cruiser was designed to target younger buyers, but unfortunately for Chrysler, it became popular with older drivers, favoring old-school styling. This eventually saw the cruiser go out of style and it was discontinued in 2010.
Nissan Juke – Despite being recently discontinued to make way for other compact SUVs in the Nissan range, the Juke was a popular car, especially among 30-45 year olds. It came with a host of optional extras that worked well with younger drivers, but its front end was really bad. Thankfully, Nissan updated the Juke in 2019 and ditched the weird hooded headlights.
SsangYong Rodius – once classified as “low-tech, loud and slow, and notably slow” in a Sunday Times review, it won’t come as a surprise to learn that the Rodius is no longer with us, having been discontinued in 2019 Has been given.
Ford Scorpio – This is one of those cars that could have done just fine, but because of its looks, no one wanted to. Indeed, Jeremy Clarkson once declared that it was “well built… extremely well equipped, and considering its size, good value for money”. Apparently, the Dutch royal family also used a number of Scorpions. Unfortunately, as well as the car performed under the hood, it was not enough to sustain it, as Ford replaced it with the Granada after a few years.
Nissan Cube – never really took off in most countries, but lived up to late 2019 in Japan, even winning the 2018 “Japan Good Design Long Life” design award as well as a few other design awards around the world Received. However, Nissan has only sold 77 cars in Europe since 2012, so it’s no surprise it’s no longer available.
AMC Pacer: It is a two-door compact car that was manufactured in the United States by American Motors Corporation (AMC) and rose to fame when it appeared in the 1992 film Wayne’s World and again in the 1993 film Wayne’s World 2.
Honda Civic Type R – The first and second versions of the Honda Civic Type R were emblematic of the underground look, as well as appearing heavily in the Fast and Furious franchise. The sleek, straight-edged styling was replaced with curvaceous styling that included an asymmetrical center rear window spoiler that blocked the rear view. A total of 14,062 FD2 Civic Type R units were produced until production ceased in August 2010 due to failure to meet upcoming emissions requirements.
Toyota Prius: With a boring design, this is the car that started Toyota on the path to electrification.

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