Most cars on the road are designed to take you and your things from place to place in relative comfort. But then some cars seem to forget that is part of what they should do. What's the least practical car ever sold for road use?
There are many good choices out there, but one that stands out to me is the Gumpert Apollo. It's basically an LMP car for the street, that can't get over speed bumps, has an awful sequential gearbox, and is nearly impossible to get into.
What say you? What's the barely street legal, uncomfortable car that you would take to the grocery store for three sugar packets and maybe a coffee stirrer?
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