A car is a wheeled vehicle that moves independently, with at least three wheels, powered mechanically, steered by a driver and mostly for personal transportation. It is also used for public transportation to and fro places like the market, school, church, etc.
In this article, we’ll go over some of the most weird and funny car designs that will made us laugh and leave us confused as to what was going through the designer's minds at the time.
These weird and funny cars show that there's some fun to be had when it comes to automotive design. Rotary phones, shoe, boxing gloves and sneakers are just a few of the zany things that have inspired the forms of some of the most comical cars.
Some of these cars are relatively normal but most of them are completely out of this world. A lot of these designs have been inspirational, despite their shortcomings.
Take a look at these 25 cars and have fun with them, while you share your thoughts using the comments section below.
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