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We're Calling It Right Now: These Are The Top 5 Ugliest Cars Out There

They don’t even have a face that a mother could love.

Cars. When they’re engineered properly with a team of capable people, they tend to look amazing. Some cars, like the Ferrari 458 Italia and Pagani Hyuara are like that. They’re breath taking, neck breaking and make people of all ages do a triple take. But these five vehicles are absolutely repulsive. These hideous cars are simply revolting, but for some odd reason people continue to drive them. Here's a list of the five ugliest cars out there. One of these was selected by a reader, so keep your eyes peeled for a shout out.

The first car on our list is the Mitsuoka Orochi. This Japanese oddity was killed off in 2014, but not before going out with a bang. Apparently, the vehicle is named after an eight-headed eight-trailed dragon from Japanese legend. Yeah, we’re not seeing a dragon here.

Next up is The Pontiaz Aztek. The Aztek started assaulting eyes in 2001 and continues to do so today. While "Breaking Bad" made it look good, the Aztek will always sit at the front of the Ugliest Cars Ever Made Hall of Fame.

The next vehicle on the list is going to cause some debate, but there’s no denying that it’s ugly. Sorry, but it just is. Jeep tried to go in a new direction with the Cherokee and failed with its looks. The ugliest angle of the vehicle has to be the front. It’s freaking painful to look at.

Next on our list is the Chrysler PT Cruiser. It’s hard to believe that the PT Cruiser had a lifespan of 10 years, which is way too long for our taste. Don’t look one straight in the eyes because it might turn you to stone or something.

Last, but certainly not least is the Fiat Multipa, suggested by reader Oussama Omhd. It’s difficult to even talk about this car because of its atrocious looks. Fiat released this vehicle to help fight bland cars in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. But what they actually did was create one of the ugliest and scariest vehicles ever.

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