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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by BlueScreen, Jun 28, 2014.
I like it, I mean Chrysler have made worse during the same time
this never made it to production. but it takes the prize in the ugly contest.
Reminds me of this:
Most modern supercars are ugly in my opinion, which is a shame as they used to be extraordinary examples of engineering and art.
I rest my case.
Maserati did pretty decent with their Levante, atleast in the way I see it.
For me it's the proportions, all baby SUVs (or Soft-Roaders) are all stupid looking and ugly in my opinion. They look like hatchbacks that have eaten too many carbs. Although the Maserati Levante isn't the worst out of them, it's not pretty either.
I think the Maserati Levante looks half decent for a modern car.
If I'd have the choice though, I'd definitely go for the Caetano Levante, tbh.
This maybe really unpopular but I don't like the look of the 1967 Pontiac Bonneville
I keep winning
I win. 1977 Vanden Plas 1500.
You lose again
That's not a car though?
Plus I assume that you've never seen a Chrysler PT Cruiser.
Eh, they're fine to me.
U wot m8?
While I don't think it's the worst, I do think it would've looked better if its upper headlights looked like the ones on other Pontiacs like the GTO. The actual upper headlights there look like they are custom parts that could be easily taken off.
The rest of the car looks fine though.
It looks like its very happy about something.
Lets be honest here...
Well, Lamborghini design just don't go well with crossovers. The LM002 looked way better, and that was a experimental 80s SUV.
...and yes, I still consider the production form ugly as well.
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It's actually not that bad.
Well, until the 2019 models, that is...
I see a least 50 of those a day, I hear about how ugly it is, how it fucked your wife everyday, and you didn't mind the Mack DMM not being a car when I showed you the older model of it. Anyways