31. Wartburg 353
The Wartburg was a mid-size family car produced in East Germany. During its 40-year history, Wartburg produced several models. But the most common is the 353 they sold as a sedan, station wagon, and pickup. The 353, also known as the Wartburg Knight in some export markets, was available between 1966 and 1991.
Its boxy style, thin metal plating, and basic interior were the objects of many jokes on the Western European market. However, for millions of buyers in communist countries, the Wartburg 353 was only available as a sedan. So even though it was ugly, people still bought them.