Designing a car is no easy business. It's a process that takes years and is often split between studios located across the globe — conceptualizing, modeling, wind-tunneling, focus-grouping. When the final product arrives at your local auto mall, it's been vetted more times than a presidential candidate.
After all that, it baffles us that an auto industry spending billions in product development could still turn out ugly cars. We're not talking bland, designed-by-committee machines that leave you forgetting they exist. We're talking rolling eyesores or comic relief on the drive home — cars whose owners you can only hope won them on a game show from hell.
Cars.com put a list together of their top 10 ugly vehicles from the U.S. market over the past 30 years.