These are the ugliest cars at the Geneva Motor Show

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The Geneva Motor Show opens its doors to the public today, and though there will certainly be loads of sexy new motors on display, there are one or two duffers, too.

Here's a round-up of six of the cars you definitely ought to avoid if you're wandering around the show.

Kahn Vengeance Volante

The Aston Martin DB9 was and is a thing of consummate beauty, but modification firm Kahn has got hold of a convertible one and turned it into this disgusting creation. Even the colour is horrid.

Suzuki Swift

We had high hopes for the new Swift. After all, the old one was cheap, well built and great fun to drive. Sadly, though, the new one looks hideous. We've gone off it.

Rinspeed Oasis Concept

If you've ever wanted a four-wheeled fish tank packed with tech, this Rinspeed concept will be right up your street. It comes with all sorts of connected gizmos that are all rendered completely redundant by the fact it looks naff.

Toyota i-TRIL

This four-wheeled, three-seater interpretation of the likeable but slightly pointless i-Road is an electric car with a range of more than 124 miles. And none of that matters because it's absolutely disgusting to look at. It looks like a futuristic, mutated wart.

Pininfarina/Quattroruote/IED Scilla

It may look like a paperweight, but the unfortunately named IED (it stands for Instituto Europeo di Design) has teamed up with Italian car mag Quattroruote and design house Pininfarina to create this semi-autonomous car. We think they'd had one too many sangioveses when they finalised this.

Tazzari EV

Another tiny electric vehicle, the Tazzari EV makes the Mahindra e2o look decidedly stylish. Apparently it'll do 124 miles on a single charge, but that sole good point is then instantly cancelled out by the fact it costs a staggering £19,000.

These are the ugliest cars at the Geneva Motor Show

These are the ugliest cars at the Geneva Motor Show