What’s the strangest car you’ve seen?

Volkswagen Golf Harlequin

From the Volkswagen Golf Harlequin to the Mitsubishi i, there are plenty of weird and wonderful cars on the road – but which one is the strangest?

We’ve rounded up the best assortment of special edition cars, including a Union Jack-style Volkswagen Transporter featuring paintwork of The Who.

Have you spotted an unusual car in your area? Send your pictures to:


And if you haven’t seen it already, check out the VW Golf Harlequin edition – we challenge you to find a car more eye-catching than that.

Other unusual cars include the hotdog-shaped Oscar Meyer Wienermobile, bike-like Vandenbrink Carver and this Daewoo Cielo which was modified to look like an Alfa Romeo Brera:

Modified Daewoo Cielo

Send your pictures to editorial@autotrader.co.uk.



Filed under i, Mitsubishi, Volkswagon

6 responses to “What’s the strangest car you’ve seen?

  1. nice..These cars are really ugly…

  2. I just did a post on what 5 cars were the best value and I ran across that multi~colored VW. Looks like it is straight from the junk yard to me.


    I have seen some great cars, that look like shoes to houses…but my favorite one was done with super hero’s!

    Southern smiles and world peace,

  3. erichamby

    What about a 2000 trans-am that was cut at the back and fitted with a corvette c5 rear end. and not the running gear i mean the body


  4. dominicsacco

    Hi chapterten,

    Have you seen the Rinspeed sQuba? It can travel underwater and on road, although it wouldn’t have been around fifteen years ago.

    And ElKid, do you know if that Warthog actually drives?

  5. chapterten

    I don’t have a photo, but I was in Bellevue, Washington about 15 years ago and watched a hybrid car/boat drive up out of the water onto land and drive away. Looked like a normal car in almost all respects.

  6. ElKid

    How about a real life Warthog from the HALO series? Pic: http://gizmodo.com/assets/resources/2007/07/wetawarthog.jpg

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