1946 Crosley CC
The 1946 Crosley CC redefined the word ‘ugliest’ for a car design. It was one of the smallest cars on the market at the time with a wheelbase of only 80 inches. A two-cylinder engine powered the CC that produced a mere 26 horsepower. That was only enough to give it a top speed of around 50 miles per hour. The car had a simple design with a boxy body and a minimalist interior. But it was efficient and practical with good fuel economy and low maintenance costs (via Hagerty).
The Crosley CC was popular among budget-conscious buyers looking for an affordable and reliable car. It was also used as a delivery vehicle by small businesses and post offices. The Crosley CC is now considered a classic car and is highly sought after by collectors despite being one of the ugliest cars of all time.