The classic cars from the ‘70s and ‘80s you want to save from extinction the most
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The new Hyundai Veloster has dual doors on one side and a single one on the other. An asymmetrical car - crazy!
Surprisingly this is not a new idea - there have been lots of cars with the same layout. But it got us thinking about other cars that boast lopsided designs.
Pretty much every car is asymmetrical, of course, because you normally have the steering wheel on either the right-hand or left-hand side. But bodywork is almost always completely symmetrical. Why? Partly because it looks good, partly because it's aerodynamically sound.
But that hasn't stopped manufacturers coming up with designs that are skew-whiff, wonky, off-centre and cock-eyed. Here are our favourite cars with imperfect symmetry.
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