25 Cars That Shouldn't Have Existed

This is legit.

car buggy with horse

People appreciate a good car. Of course, this has to be balanced out by the fact there are a number of pretty awful ones that have been out in the market for the past few years now. For every automobile with a solid build and top-of-the-line performance, there has to be a few which don’t live up to expectations and surely would’ve been better off as scrap metal. We’re going to take a look at some of them right now.

1993 Ford Aspire

This had the Ford name, yet was built by Kia. It was also a model that almost everybody neglected. It had a 1.3 liter engine with four cylinders. Much like every other car, it also had 4 wheels. Then again, you also felt like you were cramped up inside it with hardly any proper space for moving about.

2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

This Ferrari was anything but sleek. It was blundering and overly big. Although it had 532 horsepower, aesthetics mattered as well. It looked more like a Buick than an actual model by the big name brand.

1982 Chevrolet Cavalier

This was Chevy’s first foray into front wheel drive. It was rather small, but people were hoping that it carried far more than expected in the total package. It didn’t, especially with it being severely underpowered and poorly constructed. Apparently, it would also start deteriorating gradually when exposed to rainwater.  

2006 Pontiac Solstice

Have you ever seen an exotic car that was built from scarp parts? How about one which had a pretty stupid looking cockpit? This was supposed to be Pontiac’s saving grace. Yet, it was poorly executed and underpowered, thereby resulting in a four wheel crap fest that nobody wanted to have in their own garages.

1999 Toyota Echo

If you thought the Tercel was pretty bad, Toyota decided to follow that up with something equally terrible. It was pretty much a vehicle made out of plastic. Not even the durable kind, but the type that would comprise a bucket with a mop in it. Yep, this was just not up to par with industry standards at all.