17: Fourth Generation Chevrolet Camaro
The fourth-gen Camaro is generally considered the first “modern” muscle car. Yet that doesn’t mean the Camaro wasn’t ugly, because it was. The elongated body is the first thing you notice about this generation of the Camaro. A long swoop nose only adds to the weirdness of the exterior styling. The car was by far one of the widest sports cars on the market at the time, and much larger than the outgoing Camaro (via Motor Trend).
Critics also panned the interior for having cheap materials and overall flimsy build quality. What the fourth generation Camaro did have going for it was the Corvette engine under the hood. But when it comes to styling the fourth generation, Camaro is about as ugly as you can get. The style doesn’t get any better with age, as there are much better-looking sports cars from this era.