Lambhorgini Veneno dubbed world’s ugliest car

Sydney, Apr 0: According to a survey conducted by an US automotive site, the Lambhorgini Veneno, an exclusive 4.5 million-dollar worth Italian supercar, has topped the list of the world’s ugliest cars.

The website Edmunds.com has named the car as every ‘supercar cliche’ having several non-working ideas put together, which makes it a highly-priced showpiece, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

The website has demeaned the car’s appearance by saying that the car is the second worst Italian product since the problem of fascism.

However, Lamborghini chairman Stephan Winkelmann has defended the car’s appearance, saying the car is very stylish, adding that the company has much freedom in design during small productions such as the new cars.

According to the report, the structure of the Lambhorgini, revealed during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, has a V12 engine and gives a mileage of 0-100 kilometres per hour (km/h) in just 2.8 seconds.

While the original model of Subaru Tribeca along with Pontiac Aztek and Fiat Multipla of the first generation are enlisted in the website in the worst-looking cars category, Subaru Brumby, Ferrari California and Citroen 2 CV with its snail – like appearance can be rescued from the disappointment as they are comparatively attractive, the report added. (ANI)