4. Nissan Juke
Marketed as a “fun” line of cars, Nissan would have us believe that fun equates to oddly shaped. This crossover has weird curves and a strange front that includes a series of lights that are placed in odd positions. The front wheel well manages to be rounded and angular at the same time and the headlamps are ill conceived. These half-arrow shaped LED halogen lights fully represent the strange design aesthetic that’s evident in this car. In the 2015 version, Nissan is now offering a color studio program for the Juke, which allows prospective owners to pick their own garish and clashing colors for some of the accents on the car. The upper rear of the car also sports a spoiler which adds sportiness to a car that really doesn’t need it.