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Is This The World's Ugliest Car?

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Some cars are beautiful, sleek beasts, that purr with power, elegance and style. And some aren't.

This one, the 7-Eleven Limited Evangelion Orochi, belongs firmly in the latter camp, yet its price tag is a rather hefty 16 million yen (£88,000).

It's a custom-painted Orochi from the Japanese car manufacturer Mitsuoka; this model recently went out of production and it's a one-off paint job based on the Japanese anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, so it at least has rarity on its side.

Interested buyers will have to enter a raffle at 7-Elevens across Japan over the next couple of weeks for the chance to own this monstrosity; take a look below and admire it in all its glory.

At least you'd never lose it in a car park we guess.

[via Kotaku/Sankei News]

Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion

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