The world of supercars is usually all hunky-dory. At least when it comes to their looks. Most supercars are either outrageously beautiful, futuristic or menacing, or all of the above. As it is the case with pretty much everything, black sheep do exist even among supercars. As you can imagine, since supercars are such eyebrow raisers in general, when they’re bad, their wickedness is exponentially worse compared to that of conventional cars. I’m not gonna say these supercars are ugly. Someone might actually like some of them. Whatever the case, you have to admit they’re awkward-looking at least. And all of them are, or were production models. I didn’t even bother listing crazy supercar concepts, and, boy, there are some ugly looking specimen there! Maybe another time. For now, here are 10 of the most awkward-looking production supercars ever made.
1. Weber Faster One (pre-facelift)
Bugatti Veyron ruled the streets back then, and it still does now. At least its successor Chiron does from now on. But, in 2008, Swiss automaker Weber decided to try and dethrone the Veyron. Faster One (F1) was their answer, and boy, did they make a mess out of it! Don’t get me wrong, it did reign as the world’s fastest street-legal car for a time, but it was ugly as hell before they decided to overhaul its carbon fiber body. Ugly model was powered by 900-horsepower modified twin-supercharged LS7 V8 and it was capable of reaching the top speed of 248 mph while accelerating to 60 in 2.7 seconds. Newer, much more beautiful models pack 1,200 hp, accelerate to 60 in around 2.5 seconds and manage to reach even higher speeds, although the Swiss are stingy on details.