Quirky rebadges of cars is something that has always fascinated me. However, there are no places in this forum to discuss these types of cars. Therefore, here is the thread to discuss the questionable rebadges of cars throughout history. Here are a few examples: 1. Cadillac Cimarron (the obvious one), based off the Chevrolet Cavalier. The idea of taking a clunky, poorly-made economy car and transforming it into a luxury vehicle just makes no sense to me. It sold terribly, tarnished Cadillac's reputation as a brand, and is greatly hated among "car people". 2. Honda Crossroad, based off the Land Rover Discovery. It's not a terrible car or anything, but who on earth thought Honda would be able to get away with rebadging a Land Rover and not fooling anyone? These were sold in Japan, and a few other Asian markets. 3. Maserati MC12, based off the Ferrari Enzo. Basically, Maserati took one of Ferrari's best looking designs and made it look tacky, and, let's face it, pretty ugly.