14: Tatra T603This is the Tatra T603 - a very odd-shaped car that was made in Czechoslovakia and sold throughout Europe from the 1950s through the '70s. While not known for having any major problems like some of our others, it kind of makes you look like you're driving inside of an egg. But maybe that's the look you're going for?
13: Nissan S CargoThis retro-style, commercial van was sold by Nissan from 1989-1992. Did it get the job done in terms of hauling stuff? Probably. Did you look a bit ridiculous while you were driving it? You tell us.
12: 1957 Fiat 600 Multipla MarinellaThe Fiat Multipla was a series of cars with multiple variations (like the one pictured here) manufactured from 1956-1965, and was Fiat's first-ever car to feature a rear-engine. It also featured a very distinctive look, the kind we associate with hauling you around an amusement park rather than hauling the kids to school.
11: Bond BugIt may be called the Bond Bug, but actually has nothing at all to do with secret agent 007. The two-seat and three-wheeled car was made in the 1970s after Reliant purchased the Bond Motor Company and wanted to build a "fun car." Are you having fun yet?
10: AMC MatadorIn the 1970s, American Motor Company (AMC) produced many variations on the Matador, from station wagon to coupe. Each one of them could have made our ugly list. But that doesn't mean the car didn't earn respect in its day.
James Bond tooled around in a flying version of the car. And fashion designer Oleg Cassni was called in to develop a special luxury model.
But times and tastes change. And although the Matador has made a small resurgence amongst collectors' circles, we surmise for many drivers its design sensibilities remain stuck in reverse.
09: TrabantFour decades ago, East Germany tried to create its own version of the Volkswagen Beetle. To say this experiment failed would be something of an understatement. Poorly designed and a terrible aesthetic, the only thing that looks good on this particular car is the Rolling Stones logo on the hood.
AMC PacerWhen the AMC Pacer came out in 1975 it was the toast of the automotive press, which called it "futuristic," "bold" and "unique." AMC even produced an electric version to respond to the gasoline crisis of the 1970s.
But over time, what seemed futuristic started to look downright strange, and the Pacer's unorthodox looks fell out of favor. In the last few years, car collectors have come back to it, but not enough for the Pacer to escape the gravitational pull of our ugliest list.
07: Pontiac AztekThe Pontiac Aztek was made from 2001 to 2005, and actually only sold a bit more than the years listed during each year of its production.
06: AMC GremlinThough it sounds like a scary movie from the 1980s, this 1970s subcompact car became somewhat legendary for its small size and unique appearance. And by unique we mean it has a really great "personality."
05: Nissan CubeThere are no gimmicks or bells and whistles behind the Nissan Cube. Still manufactured and sold today, you get exactly what you pay for when you purchase one - a dependable, utilitarian, drivable lesson in geometry.
04: Aston Martin LagondaAston Martin is a name synonymous with luxury and style - unless you're talking about the Lagonda, of course. This 1970s-era model was a design disaster for the brand, and if that weren't bad enough, the interior electronic systems were known for having major problems.
03: Subaru BratThe term Brat is actually an acronym that stands for Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter. The acronym seems much more apt, though, for this peculiar car manufactured by Subaru in the 1970s.
02: Corbin SparrowWe have to give the Corbin Sparrow a lot of credit. It's an all-electric vehicle that's really more motorcycle than car, and dates its eco credentials back to 1999.
It was said to go more than 150 miles on one charge. But when you get a look at its snout nose, jelly bean body, and pizza butt shape, you may want to keep it in the garage to charge your iPhone.