In 130 years of gas-powered glory, the automobile industry has produced some stunning and memorable designs. Others… not so much. Today we look at 10 cars dating as far back as 1948 that may have been otherwise just fine, or even excellent, were it not for their repugnant styling.
After the superstar success of Porsche's Cayenne SUV, the German sports car brand turned its attention toward another segment: the four-door sedan. Actually a hatchback, the resulting Panamera tried to nail down the DNA that makes the 911 coupe such an icon, but applied to a larger body with a front-engined layout. While the Panamera just may be the most exciting four-door ever, its misshapen styling and particularly its ugly rear haunch makes it also one of the least attractive.