These Cars Are So Strange, They're Awesome

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    1. Nissan Boga​

    Made in 1989 Calculated Price: Not specified The majority of us associate the 1980s with fashion choices that were never appropriate. But in 1989, Nissan was hard at work developing a brand-new concept vehicle that appears to have been designed for the year 2017. To the joy of everybody in attendance, the Nissan Boga made its debut at the Tokyo Auto Show.



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    Nissan Boga via Twitter.com/Only9built The Boga was well ahead of its time in many respects. The car's profile was intentionally designed to provide passengers with additional space, and it also had fingerprint sensors for convenient access. Such sensors are commonplace today, but thirty years ago, they were considered a mind-altering characteristic. Sadly, the Boga was never produced in large quantities.

    2. Hello Kitty Car​

    2014 is the year of manufacture. Cost Estimate: $13,000* Hello Kitty has been around for a while—she debuted in 1974. Over the years, a sizable fan base for the tiny cartoon cat has persisted. Some fans are so devoted to the character that they have even painted their cars in its honor. This specific motor appears less like a car and more like a moving shrine.



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    Greetings from Pinterest, Kitty Car, @ILUVDOGS4LIFE Many companies, including Amazon, sell Hello Kitty merchandise, but it appears like the owner of this car even reupholstered the seats to match. Although the specific model of this cruiser is unknown, Mitsubishi introduced a limited-edition Hello Kitty vehicle in 2014, which retailed for $13,400 each.

    3. Daihatsu Midget II​

    Produced in: 1992–2000 A projected cost of $5,600* Certain automobiles arrive and instantly make an impact due to their impressive features and elegant appearance, while other cars make a more subtle yet noticeable impression. The Daihatsu Midget made its debut on the market in the 1950s and remained in production until the 1970s.



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    Pinterest/DDaihatsu Midget II ©Mytho88 Fans of the inexpensive three-wheeler can rejoice that the Mark II was introduced in 1996. The Midget was smaller than before, but it was more van-like and had four wheels this time. The design of the little car became popular, particularly in the crowded urban
    regions where parking is frequently a challenge.

    4. Pink Van​

    Made in: Unknown Year Cost Estimate: Unknown It can be difficult to choose a paint color for your van, but pink is a color that is always in trend. This transporter's owner obviously understood the message, but they didn't stop at a little pop of fuschia.



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    Pink Van on Pinterest and Buzzfeed At any car meet, the oddly formed pointed bonnet, the altered wheels, and the pipes combine to produce a very striking sight. Jetsons might want to take the wheel of this, but wallflowers wouldn't. If you spot a flying extraterrestrial following closely behind, don't be alarmed.
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    5. Leopard Print Car​

    Made in: Unknown Year Amount Expected: Over $250,000* There are numerous sizes and shapes of lamborghinis. Some are bright pink, some are basic black, and some have leopard print all over them. This car's model and substantial upgrades suggest the owner paid more than $200,000 for it.



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    Pinterest/@blackdynamite19/Lion Print Car Leopard print is a dangerous decal choice because it goes out of style frequently. There's no denying that this car is everything but timid or safe. When you can show up to the school run in this bad boy and leave a lasting impact, why go with basic black?

    6. Flying Car​

    Made in 2020 Projected Cost: A financing of $37 million* Japanese initialization In order to further advance the state of automotive technology, SkyDrive has teamed up with one of the top automakers in the world. With a $37 million financial boost from Toyota, SkyDrive was able to build a working prototype of its first single-seat flying vehicle.



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    Twitter.com, Time4KnowIedge, and Flying Car There are plenty of enthusiastic drivers who would want to take a journey in this vehicle, even though it might not be exactly the same as packing up the Ford and heading out on a family road trip. The flying automobile hasn't entered mass production yet, but if testing results are positive, it might be available for purchase as early as 2023.
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    7. Electric Bolts Car​

    Made in: Unknown Year Cost Estimate: Unknown I mean, how cool would it be to rock up to Thanksgiving dinner and jump right into this spectacle? This is not the kind of whip you would find in New York City or the suburbs of Idaho. It's uniquely Japanese in origin, which explains why it functions so well.



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    Pinterest, @abeer0975, and Electric Bolts Car The car's year and make are unknown, but we do know that its owner invested a significant amount of time and money to meticulously modify this four-wheeled marvel into something that passersby won't soon forget. It appears to be something from Cartoon Network on AT&T.


    8. Toyota FXV concept​

    Made in 1985 Cost Estimate: Unknown When the Toyota FXV Concept was initially produced in 1985, it was not your typical concept vehicle. This one was created specifically to forecast the direction that automobile technology would take. Surprisingly, a few of the features did end up becoming common. Take the heads-up display, for example.



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    Concept Toyota FXV @Sean_Hebdon/TTwitter.com The sleek silver body and low-pointed bonnet of the FXV make it look like a kid from the '80s. The car had a distinctly futuristic appearance, even if the headlights were only little slits rather than full headlights, or so Toyota believed at the time.

    9. Daihatsu Naked​

    Made between 1999 and 2004 A rough estimate of $15,000.* The Daihatsu Naked, which combines a Hummer look with a box on wheels, has a distinctly militaristic vibe. When the five-door vehicle debuted in 1999, it was clearly an urban vehicle, drawing inspiration from famous off-road vehicles. The Fiat Panda had a big impact on the car's interior design.



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    Facebook.com/Daihatsu Naked @PreLovedItems CDO Before finally ending production, the car was in production for a full five years, but it did pave the way for a new kind of on-road vehicle. Several vehicles, such as the Citroen C3 XTR, borrowed some of Naked's tough bodywork elements.

    10. Pikachu Car​

    Made in: Unknown Year Cost Estimate: $13,000 or More Given the popularity of Pokemon since its debut in the mid-1990s, it makes sense that vehicles will eventually be based on the diminutive yellow figure, Pikachu. Over the years, many car manufacturers and owners, including Toyota, have made changes to their models.



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    @delaneyhopera, Pinterest, and Pikachu Car Even with its four wheels, this vivid yellow rendition resembles the anime character quite a bit. This car appears to be strictly show-only because it's hard to picture driving one like that on a daily basis. For aficionados who must see them all, it's the ultimate
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    @Solo Rider nothing is awesome than hilux
    I had a Hilux bro. My cousin's. Never liked it. I dont know whats the hype about it. Went on knocked on a tata nano car. we couldnt close the hood afterwards. Try taking a bend on 80kmph. Your done

    I had a Hilux bro. My cousin's. Never liked it. I dont know whats the hype about it. Went on knocked on a tata nano car. we couldnt close the hood afterwards. Try taking a bend on 80kmph. Your done
    I have a Navara now. I know it is a hard-to-maintain vehicle. But comfort wise superb. Safety-wise superb. Less fuel economy due to it is heavier than Hilux. But better driving control. Long wheel base than hilux. So toppling is less. The seats are comfortable. Acceleration is better than Hilux.
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    I had a Hilux bro. My cousin's. Never liked it. I dont know whats the hype about it. Went on knocked on a tata nano car. we couldnt close the hood afterwards. Try taking a bend on 80kmph. Your done


    I have a Navara now. I know it is a hard-to-maintain vehicle. But comfort wise superb. Safety-wise superb. Less fuel economy due to it is heavier than Hilux. But better driving control. Long wheel base than hilux. So toppling is less. The seats are comfortable. Acceleration is better than Hilux.
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    The only person who likes old hiluxes in elakiri is our husky
     
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