The third-generation Nissan Quest minivan (curbwatching agrees with me) was full of quirky, weird, ugly, and yet somehow appealing design features. It had sunroof panels for each passenger, toDVD screens for the second and third-row passengers, and an exterior design that was ... something. Best of all was its dash layout. It used a centrally mounted pod that housed the speedo and tach along with an information screen. The gear shifter, radio, and climate controls were sat in a table-like circle that sat at an angle to the driver. There was also a rather strange dash-mounted glovebox that sat near the windshield. Some loved it, some hated it, but it was weird for sure.
We asked readers what cars they thought had the weirdest dashboard designs. These were their answers.