We all naturally take an interest in design. I'm taking a departure from talking about brochures, logos and websites here, rather the stuff that presents itself to us in everyday life. We're all subjected to it and it may or may not provoke a response, however, sometimes the human eye registers something that is so aesthetically unsettling you just have to point it out to others.
Now, we all like our cars in the UK and for some time now I've believed the Fiat Multipla to be the ugliest car in circulation. I remember a friend once describing it as 'the only car with a double chin' so it has since been known fondly to me as the Fiat Multichin. It is the king of uncool, it's available in a wide range of gaudy colours and I believe it to have no redeeming features. This is of course just an opinion, I see them every day on the road, hundreds of people own them and they're probably really great to drive?
Anyway, over the weekend I spotted this little beauty... The Nissan Cube. Now apparently these things have been around for a good few years but this is the first time I've ever seen one. What this tells me is that nobody bought it. So it definitely, as voted for by the public, is a less desirable car for whatever reason. But from a purely visual perspective is it as ugly? I can't make my mind up.
The Nissan Cube