45 Humorous-Looking Cars For Highway AmusementBy Aakash M
In our opinion, one manufactured car that is notorious for looking weird is the Fiat Multipla without any hesitation. For those who have never seen this funny-looking car, it has amassed quite a cult following. These six-seater cars were on the market from 1998 to 2010. Despite its relatively short 12-year run, the legend and the laughs will live on forever.
Although the Fiat Multipla is one funny-looking car, in our opinion, at least, it isn’t the only car that is odd enough to stop traffic. While car modifications have become a thing in recent years, some of them push the boundaries to extremes.
From the sublime to the ridiculous, here is a list of the most out-there car mods you will have the misfortune — or fortune, depending on your view — of possibly seeing on a highway near you. Brace yourselves!
If you have never seen a car covered in cars before, we got you. This would definitely be any kid’s wildest dream. Whoever took the many, many hours needed to cover their car with these babies, we applaud your dedication.
Someone took a glue gun and went to town. How good this design is for the underlying paintwork, though, is a different matter entirely. We do think this looks pretty cool, though, and would defs be taking a snap for the gram if we saw it parked outside Costco.
If this driver is trying to send a message, he succeeds. This car is giving off dangerous vibes from a mile away. We’d never want to come anywhere near those gnashing teeth. Those razor-sharp teeth make this otherwise-average car look like a very mean-looking Nissan.
If you saw this guy coming up behind you at fast speeds, we are pretty sure those menacing teeth would be enough for you to want to switch lanes. Also, something tells us that those fangs serve as a theft deterrent cause we can only assume the owner is not the friendliest guy on earth.
Not doing good
We cannot imagine that this thing would pass any road-worthy test, those tires just look wrong, and someone could land up getting hurt. We do feel bad for it, though, as it looks sad. Maybe it has a sense of awareness as to how out of proportion it really looks. Sleek and aerodynamic are not words that come to mind.
Maybe this photo was taken when Optimus passed his prime! See what we did there? This design is called Bosozuku styling, and it originated in Japan. Those guys take the design of a car to the extreme, as you can see.
Just when we thought car mods couldn’t get any wackier, here you go—We shall name this car after Liam Neeson. Oh, wait. A Nissan car after Liam Neeson that would officially make it the Liam Nissan. Wow. It doesn’t end there. As you can see, his name and face are plastered all over the hood.
We’re sure Liam Neeson is going to be like, “I will find you, and I will kill you.” Or, if he’s in a good mood and likes what he sees, he could say something like, “I will find you, and I will drive you.”
You can use this car’s exterior as a mirror if you are in a hurry and you need to fix your hair or something. But, we’d advise you not to gaze at that rose-colored paint job for too long, especially under the beating sun.
The reasons for our warnings should be obvious. The reflection could completely blind you. The number plate is the second best thing about this car after the shiny wrap. YEEET! It’s evident from the license plate that the driver likely doesn’t care about how the wrap reflects the sun.
All we could think of when we saw this is Baby’s got Back! With all that junk in its truck…ok, we will stop with the puns and get to it. We’re not sure whether the owner of this car requested this on purpose or if it is a botched modification.
It sure does look funny, but we imagine it’s going to be a rather interesting drive with those things obstructing your REAR view…oops we did it again. That looks like a BBL gone wrong, and isn’t something we want to see on a road near us.
Comfortable from the outside
Now personally, we’ve never really wanted to drive a purple shaggy bathmat from the 70s to work ,but we’re not going to yuck your yum if that’s your thing baby. And that cheetah print…this better be a low-rider. Otherwise, this is more clown car than pimp-mobile.
Sure, you’ll drive this and maybe feel groovy for a hot minute or two, but once it rains, you can kiss that violet plush goodbye. Remember, even thugs cry, and that fedora isn’t going to save this auto from looking like Barney after running a 5k marathon.
This is probably the cutest car we have seen till now. Unfortunately, the designer missed a huge opportunity here by not incorporating the hippo’s eyes into the headlights. Then every time you turned on the ignition your hippo car would go all “Ultra Instinct”.
We gotta say it, though: These big hippo cheeks better be on point in front and in the back. Hippos are notoriously thicc. If this car isn’t a literal pain in the behind to park, the modder should ask for their money back.
So, we just consulted Google, and we discovered that the inventor of Mercedes-Benz is a guy named Carl Benz. There’s no way that ol’ Carl isn’t rolling in his grave right now at the existence of this abomination. Does this guy even know that owning a Benz is supposed to be a stylish thing to do?
That’s a luxury vehicle, and it would’ve had a high resale value, too, but you could drive that once in the next decade and you still wouldn’t be able to get rid of it for a third of what you originally bought it for. Now that’s a bad investment and a tacky choice rolled into one.
What about this one?
LED light decorations have become quite the trend over the past few years, but this is taking it one step too far. There’s a line between tasteful LED accenting and triggering panic attacks in kids who go to occupational therapy, and this gent just crossed that line like a boss.
We get it, man; you like Canada. We’re fans of maple syrup and hockey as much as the next guy, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to go watch the big game in what looks like a mobile advertisement for a kiddie disco.
Y’all remember the story of James and the Giant Peach? The one where that kid grows a peach so large he decided to live in it? Well, when James grew up, he got this Watermelon Car as his birthday gift. Gotta keep up the reputation, y’know?
Look, the car may appear a bit seedy, but often someone’s first car isn’t everything they hoped for. What matters is that the interior is very inviting. Just don’t be surprised when you get in and your nose is hit with the smell of new leather instead of fruit juice.
From the looks of it, this is the modern-day version of Cinderella’s carriage. We aren’t sure how durable this car would be because its light and feathery design give us the impression that a strong wind could blow it right down the street!
Nor do we think that this car can offer protection from the weather. The rain will fall right through the ironwork and totally drench the unfortunate people sitting inside. But it’s all about looking funny here, and this car fits that bill pretty well.
Glow in dark
Irrespective of how odd it looks, this car has one good thing going for it: It is at least visible clearly at night because of its glowing properties! It’s a slick and sexy sports car, and many people would be lining up to drive off in one of these iridescent beauties.
Here’s another good thing about the car: No matter when or where you’re driving it, if anybody accidentally rams into the car, they can never give the excuse that they didn’t see you coming! This car stands out like a glow stick on four wheels. What are your thoughts?
We just saw a car that glows in the dark. Now for our next treat, you’ll be looking at a car that shimmers during the day as well! Just look at the bright shine on that car! It’s a modified BMW with some lustrous properties.
This prismatic design is called a chrome hologram wrap. It could burn a hole in your pocket if you opt for it due to its high cost, but it will surely turn heads when you’re on the road! It’s best not to get the car dirty, though, because that would ruin the effect.
That was the first word that came out of our mouths after looking at this car, and we’re still trying to figure out where the other half of it is hiding. This car looks like it was split in two by a gigantic Samurai knife.
The least the guy could’ve done was make it a tad more balanced looking. Just a little bit of something something in the back would have helped us from anxiously looking behind the bushes for its boot. Baby’s got no back is fitting for this vehicle.
Nope, this car is not transporting that statue to the set of Game Of Thrones. Although it’s tough to believe, that’s actually how the car owner chose to embellish their vehicle. We can only imagine that might be some kind of medieval anti-theft – device. We are now all more than familiar with the term “Dracarys”.
We won’t lie, though; it does look pretty cool. The guy must have known, though, that if he got this modification, he’d never be able to park in a parking garage ever again, but then again, if we had a 10 foot dragon on the hood of our car, we would want to park it where it was visible by the entire kingdom.
That’s an antique
Wow. There’s so much copper on this car; we hope it doesn’t corrode. We don’t even think it’s possible that a person can claim to have full visibility through the windscreen, and that’s just plain dangerous. But it would be neat if those horns worked. What’s the point of steampunk if it isn’t functional as well?
We’d say that this cruiser is a health hazard to drive because of the restricted vision and bits that could go flighing off at high speeds. We don’t even think that level of modification is legal, so unless it’s in a parade or something, this car is just begging to be towed.
An edible car
We wish this car were as edible as it is drivable. The person who posted this image captioned it by saying, “Avocardo.” That’s some witty, accurate wordplay! Tell you what; we want to take that pun to the next level.
So, if that’s an Avocardo, what happens when there’s an accident? What happens to the Avocardo then? Any guesses? Wait for it…It becomes a Gua-car-mole! Ok, but on a more serious note, we’d love to take a look inside the car’s interior.
This one involves some “shipping” mashups, so, without further ado, let us get right into it and explain. You see, that’s a turtle. The car is a Volkswagen Beetle. So, can you guess what people would call this car?
It would be called a Burtle! It’s easy: You take the turtle and add the Beetle, mix and combine the words, and you’ll get Burtle, which is what this car is! Its the equivalent of the “brangelina” of the motor industry.
Car on Quack
Drivers beware; this car is on quack. It looks like something a famous cartoon character would drive. If you look closely at the image, you’ll also notice that those aren’t your average, everyday rubber duckies. They are all very different and very stylish!
RIght in the front of the vehicle perched where the insignia would be, there’s a huge toy duck wearing glasses. He is on watch duty and is obviously the head of the flock. If we had to guess, there are probably 100 or more duckies stuck to the car, another painstaking show of patience.
Okay, this one. This car looks like something. We don’t know what exactly, but we’re telling you that it definitely looks reminds us of something. See, the problem here is that we tend to forget what it looks like the moment we look at it.
We assume that could be happening to many of you as well. It’s weird, right? This car just has a confusing vibe. It’s the kind of thing you’d see in your dreams. At this point, we can’t even tell which side is the front and which is the back.
This car has more of a DIY design than a professional modification job. It is completely covered with tires, and they’re all cut and shaped to make the car look like a dinosaur. To be more specific, we’d say stegosaurus by looking at the top of the roof.
A stegosaurus had similar kinds of ridges on its back. We assume that this entire design might have made the car way heavier than it usually is. We wonder how it could be affecting the performance? Stegosaurus wasn’t known for its speed.
First of all, this car is a classic Corvette. The fact that it has been designed to look like it’s covered in melting cheese and pepperoni is almost criminal, in our opinion. It hurts us to see that design on this car, but then again, what can we do about it?
The damage has already been done. All we can do is turn around, walk in the opposite direction, and grab a slice to go to make us feel better. We wonder what would have possessed anyone to cover up such a beauty with processed meats. Hurts the eyes.
This one seems almost normal compared to some of the other car mods and crazy paint work on this list. You commonly see cars with such designs advertising zoos and national parks, although we’re not sure what this one is selling, milk maybe?
So, yes, it does look a bit like a cow that has been lassoed to the padock gate, seems kind of fitting in an odd way.. We don’t know why it has been tied up; maybe its being towed due to engine failure.Maybe its time for it to be put out to pasture… Yup.. we went there.
With all the things going on with this car, we wouldn’t be surprised to know if it’s heading for a fancy dress competition for vehicles or a clown convention. If one of those existed, and if this car participated in either, it would surely win a prize.
For one, it sure is attention-grabbing. There’s fake grass all over the car, but the highlight is those hands. Also, let’s not forget the clown nose! This car looks like the love child of a garden gnome and Mr. Chuckles.
Scaling the car
Look at all those scales on the car. To us, it looks like a wrap, and a bad one at that. This once majestic sports car turned into a faux reptilian as if it was a belt or pair of shoes.
This guy obviously loves his creatures slithering and cold-blooded, and he has paid attention to the details: If you look closely, you’ll find the same design on the tires as well. We are assuming he accessories himself to match.. Aligator sachel, anyone?
This mode of transport takes us right back to Mad Max and some dystopian world where shelter and other resources are scarce; with giant spoilers and functional seating, it seems to double as both transport and rest and has been kitted out with any pieces of cloth available.
We know that the car looks horrible and is, perhaps, the ugliest of the mods on this list, but it is also giving us a scary vision of a world in which we just don’t want to be in. All we can ask of the owner is Please…. make it stop.
A bit too glossy
This car is also on the edge, and we assure you that there will be an annoying crinkling sound when you touch those pieces of tin. It’s bizarre, and we suggest that it’s better to look at it from a distance in case it’s fragile. The design is the kind of thing you might stumble upon at Burningman or the like.
If we were to judge, we’d say that this car has come straight from the event in Nevada. We don’t know why, but it just feels like it. Maybe we have an overactive imagination, but we would bet that this contraption isn’t driven by a soccer mom in the mid-east.
We are amazed by the amount of creativity we see in these images. This time, it’s a car designed like a shoe or roller skate to be more accurate. We don’t see any doors, though, and seeing it’s pretty high up off the ground, getting in and out of it would be a feat.
We’re curious to know how this car drives and performs in real life. It will undoubtedly turn every person’s head on the road, it’s not every day you see a giant roller skate pass you in the next lane on the interstate.
That’s a toy
It’s very tricky to believe that this is a real car and not one of those you used to sling on your Hot Wheels track as a little kid back in the day. Although the design looks complex and modern, overall, we think it falls a tad to the uglier side of things in terms of appearance.
On the other hand, a bit of tweaking and a fresh paint job could make this car look like a blue Batmobile. From the looks of it, we think it could go fast and perform well. It looks like a Transformer car, and we badly want to see it transform.
A lot of holes
This car is something that you should only drive in clear sunny weather. We don’t need to state that it cannot withstand even the slightest rain shower. Water is going to get everywhere, and we mean literally everywhere.
We think that this car design has been inspired by some sort of Swiss cheese by the looks of the color and those holes. People with tryphophobia need to give this car a wide miss as it could bring on a panic attack.
Sometimes, we fail to understand why people have to go for such extreme designs to make their cars unique and custom. They could just keep it simple with a matte wrap or some tinted windows. This one is honestly a bit too much.
Firstly, it’s a BMW sports car. It’s gold in color, so that would’ve looked amazing just the way it was made. But, the person decided to make it look as if it just ran over a white-colored toilet paper dragon. Finally, what’s the bicycle doing there? We are honestly so confused.
As the famous saying goes, “the grass is always greener on the other side.” We think this vehicle embodies what those people meant. We’re glad that it’s fake grass and not actual grass. Not only would that be impossible to keep alive, but impossible to mow as well.
There would’ve been a lot of “awkward angled mowing the truck” if the grass were real! That’s a Dodge truck. Well, technically, it’s now a Dodge moving-astroturf, but from the looks of it, it seems like an eco-friendly vehicle, although can’t confirm if that’s true.
A fancy Audi
Take a look at this hairy Audi. It looks like it just came out of a refreshing spa session or trip to the dog groomer. Like other cars on this list, its all fun and games in fair weather only; once it gets wet.. a different story.
Once it starts raining, all hell breaks loose. Also, it’s strange to believe that this is an NH Services car. We think it kind of looks like Chewbacca! Doesn’t it, though? Hopefully it doesn’t smell as bad as a Wookie.
Now that’s what you call a unique car design! We bet this car is the only one in the world with that kind of mosaic. We’re pretty confident about this. You may see other vehicles with simple artwork of Homer Simpson.
However, we’re sure you won’t ever see another car adorned with little individual keyboard keys laid out in such a way that they pay homage to Homer Simpson right in the middle of the hood of the car! Doh!
Let us give you some insight into this design. For starters, you’d need to look closer at the car to see what’s happening because, unlike with other vehicles, there’s no vivid wrapping, tacky paint, sticky toys, or keyboard keys adorning this car.
Although it’s different, it’s equally weird compared to the stuff we have seen earlier, if not more bizarre. Let’s address the elephant in the room: That thong is enormous, and we think it was custom-made just for this Beetle. Did someone say “don’t drop that dun-da-dun?”
This car looks so gorgeous that its owner needs to use a tarp as a partial cover so that it doesn’t gain any unwanted attention. Of course, it’s a golden Hummer, so it’s understandable that the driver would want to protect it from the elements and fingerprints.
From the inside of the windshield, peeking out from the bottom corner, we can see that it’s from Texas, and as we know, all things are bigger and better in the state, and this car is ….ahem… a shining example of that fact.
Is this car a part of a prank or is this a genius-but-risky marketing move? And if it’s the latter, what are they even marketing? the new church in town, or maybe bible studies? How does that monetarily help anybody? So many questions. What would Jesus do?
It seems like an awful lot of work to take two cars and stack them on top of each other with the top car upside-down if your only goal is to provide a call-to-action. Hopefully, Jesus knows a good mechanic and someone in the licensing department, as that looks like it should not be road worthy.
All in one
Please don’t tell us that this vehicle could seriously take you from point A to point B. It looks like something you’d see as a statue outside a park or at a museum! But, truth be told, this vehicle is the embodiment of London transport.
As you can see, it’s half bullet train and a half double-decker bus. That’s what most of London’s transport is! It’s a great message in that sense, but to be honest, we’d be pretty shocked if this thing could actually move at all.
Crossed the limits here
This vehicle has officially reached the outer limits of design and modification, and it’s pushing on them hard. That police car might win the prize for the creepiest modification design of all time. The bottom of the truck reads, “Toronto Police.”
The car is apparently named Blinky, the Creeptastic Police Car. Oh, lord; it has a name. We didn’t have to say anything; those eyes on that car speak for themselves. They tell us this vehicle has also had enough. Surely this violates some sort of law? Can someone call the cops?
Love the theme
You’ll notice there’s a pattern in the design. It probably took a lot of dedication and time to get that motif right. It might have taken hours of precision to achieve. We think the result was worth it. For once, a sensible modification!
We don’t think this four-seater is a race car, but the design makes it look like one from the future. We must say we are looking at the work of skilled designer. We want to find them and give them the credit they deserve.
This car is definitely a party vehicle. It has an amazing disco vibe, which surely has a lot to do with that disco wrap. The photo is giving us that authentic 70’s and 80’s disco feel. Trip to Studio 54 anyone?
It’s pitch black inside the car because the windows have been heavily tinted. You can’t really see what’s happening in there no matter how curious you are. As it has been said, what happens in da club, stays in da club!
What just happened
We apologize to all of you because after looking at the image of this car, we are all at a loss for words. We can’t begin to imagine what happened to this car, nor can we come up with anything witty to say about the designer’s thought process (or lack thereof).
How many of you have seen the movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Even if you haven’t, you’ll understand when we say this car looks like it has been through the Multiverse of Madness! This is probably the fastest tricycle in the world.
Another party tonight
We have seen many party vehicles up to this point. Some of them have an authentic disco vibe, and we think this van has one too. The color, the design, the purple lighting, and the additional elements have a lot to do with that.
It’s not simply the purple lighting, but this looks like a fun ride to be in. This car looks like it’s going to start hovering any second! That’s believable for this water-Pokemon-like car! We can’t wait to see what it looks like once it evolves.
It has teeth
Beware; this car has teeth, and you need to keep your distance because it could bite if things go south. Kidding! Cars with teeth look great and scary at the same time. Earlier, we saw an angry Nissan, and this car is no less mean.
Those are chrome teeth, so there’s no way this would’ve been easy on the pockets to build. It must have cost a pretty penny, but car modders will do it for the fun and attention! When you love a hobby, you’re willing to spend the big bucks.