The 10 Worst Cars Ever Designed


7. The 1920 Briggs and Stratton Flyer:

By this time, the automobile industry had started gaining pace as the engineers designed and manufactured more vehicles. For instance, Cadillac, Rolls-Royce, and Voisin were producing the top luxurious vehicles taking advantage of the technological advancements.

With all the advancements, there were still the other vehicles produced that were at the other extreme, far away from the then latest development. Take for instance the Briggs and Stratton Flyer. At the time of its design, you could not call it a car as compared to the cars.

The Flyer was basically a bench that had bicycle wheels attached to it. The aim of this vehicle was to save on the materials and make a cheaply car. It lacked everything you can talk of in a car, including a body, suspension, nothing – not even a windshield.

The vehicle used a small 2 horsepower engine that drives a traction wheel at the rear. This design did not give the Flyer axles any power needed for the smooth drive you expect in a car.

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