If you could ever sit in one of these cars, the interiors of these cars would be disappointing to no end. Here’s the lost of cars with 10 Most Annoying & Disappointing Car Interiors.
1. Chevrolet Camaro (2009-present).
The interior of the current generation Camaro is made of cheap hard plastic, but more serious problem is its disgusting visibility. In an attempt to make the car look its brutal, the glass was reduced to the size of the envelopes.
2. TVR Sagaris (2005-2006)
The Small-circulation British sports cars are good for many reasons, but not in ergonomics – a feeling that the producers do not have the budget to hire professional interior designers. That’s why the door opening button on the Sagaris is located next to the power button radio.
3. Pontiac Grand Prix (1988-1996)
Do you like buttons ? Then this is the car for you! Interior Grand Prix – a real placer for buttons of various sizes and shapes. Four buttons for headlights, four control buttons for wiper, buttons packed with even the wheel!
4. Buick Reatta (1988-1991)
The interior of this sports coupe was incredibly advanced for the time, and could boast of real touch screen to control the radio and air conditioning. Alas, the display worked very badly, being only an expensive and useless toy.
5. BMW 7-Series (2001-2008)
Generation E65 marked the transition of “Seven” series by rapid and elegant cars to ugly cumbersome barges. Alas, this is inevitably reflected in the interior. The front panel is similar to a chest of drawers, and iDrive system caused drivers exclusively irritation. Fortunately, BMW thought better of it and fix everything through the years, but this model, no one will remember fondly.