This is not how you make your car look pretty. There are countless ways to pimp out your car, and while we have listed how awful the cringeworthy grilles, badges, and random wheel accessories out there are, they are still better than adding actual eyelashes to your headlights. These things make your car a literal cartoon.
Making the front of your car look like a fancy lady with mascara eyes, especially on a car like a BMW really ruins the general aesthetic of your car altogether. Please, before you start to entertain the idea, look at all your options.
The Tent Car
Kind of practical? Maybe. Incredibly dorky? Definitely! Attaching a giant tent to your car just really paints a different camping image. We like to venture off into the wild when we camp. Maybe even hike into a secluded area and leave the car in the garage. Driving into a camping spot and in a way, living out the comfort of a car just ruins the magic.
If you're having trouble truly being in the outdoors then just be honest with yourself and stay indoors.
Fake Bullet Holes
Honestly. Who really thought that they could get away with this. If you're trying to get some undeserved street cred and look tough, be aware that firstly, it's not terribly convincing, and secondly, if in the slightest chance someone does fall for it, it just makes you look like you from a bad neighborhood. In which case, we feel bad for you and your hardships.
If that's the kind of attention you're prepared to get over sticking fake bullet holes on your car, then best of luck. Just don't act surprised when people laugh at you when they see you pull out of your fancy driveway.
Much like the eyelashes, adding a fuzzy mustache to your car is just as ridiculous. The basic rule for cars is no facial hair. It doesn't improve anything and no one will ever take you seriously.
We would, however, love to see the meeting between a grand mustachioed truck and a pretty-eyed little hatchback on the road. That might be a match made in heaven.
Turning a design flaw into a trend is seriously cringe-worthy. We don't mean to get overly fussy here, but if you're going to try "re-invent" the wheel, you better make it good. Adding an asymmetrical pattern to the wheel spokes just does not make for an innovative design. Nobody really wants to see wheels facing opposite directions on either side of the car.
People love funky wheels but this doesn't really cut it. This is just an example of automakers taking quirky designs too far. In fact, it just evokes facepalming and head-scratching.