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20 of the Most Awkward and Ugliest Concept Cars of the Past 20 Years

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Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo

Year: 2015
As it’s name aptly suggests, this Mercedes-Benz concept was first revealed in Japan. Given its blobby nature, it doesn’t really come as a surprise. Not only that, but Vision Tokyo glows like the streets of the city by which it was named. Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo is one highly advanced car as well. Powered by a fuel cell with up to 600 miles of total range, Vision Tokyo is essentially a vanguard of next generation of cars. Not only because of its futuristic glowing looks and contemporary powertrain, but also because of the fact it’s another one of those autonomous vehicles we’ve been reading so much about lately.

Chevrolet FNR

Year: 2015
Produced by Shanghai-based Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC), Chevrolet FNR is the latest addition to the GM portfolio of self-driving cars. And it’s likely one of their most inspiring ones at that. If not the most inspiring. Although it looks like it’s just been pulled off from the new Batman movie set, FNR still doesn’t qualify as one of the prettier concept cars. In fact, it’s simply overwhelming, and in the wrong way at that. There’s a tender line between what’s tastefully futuristic and what’s overdone, and Chevy FNR has crossed that line by miles.

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