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The result was a car that looked weird and disappointed everyone who test drove it.5 A truly reviled crossover vehicle is the Pontiac Aztek, which was so badly designed that it illicited gasps from the crowd when it was unveiled at the 2001 Detroit Auto Show.While this design might have looked cool on an old Mac computer screen, it did not translate well to the showroom.Chrysler went all-in on the Prowler in the mid-1990s and stuck its standard 3.5 liter V6 engine under the bonnet.Whether it is an ugly design, poor engineering or a plain old lemon that turns off consumers, the history of the automobile is littered with some real stinkers over the years.

The Plymouth Prowler, released in 1997, is not one of them.

By the mid-1990s, car designers worldwide had access to powerful new computer tools that enabled them to design new cars quickly and easily using a computer mouse and not much more.

From this quantum leap in design technology came the Prowler, a retro-roadster/speedster hybrid that was meant to look futuristic with an open-wheel frontend and low-slung hot-rod fuselage.

Powered by a weak two-stroke engine that maxed out at a paltry 18 horsepower, the Trabant was a car constructed entirely of recycled materials. Designed in the 1950s, the Trabant was billed by the government of the time as East Germany’s answer to the Volkswagen Beetle on the other side of the Berlin Wall.

It was known throughout Eastern Europe as a “people’s car.” Sadly, Trabants smoked like a trash can fire – that is, if they ran at all.

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