11. Oval Taurus
Perhaps one of the most memorable cars of the ’90s was the all-too-oval Taurus. The big family sedan was designed to be a part of Ford’s new design scheme made to turn up the heat on Japanese cars. The oval Taurus had a whole lot of ovals throughout the car from the dashboard to the doors. There wasn’t too much of the car that wasn‘t oval and Ford liked it this way. Sadly, buyers didn’t latch on and this became one of the poorest-selling Taurus models.
The Taurus brand was responsible for saving Ford at a time when the company was on the fritz. The oval Taurus, however, was a plight of bad design and the car didn’t offer anything unique. On a side note, there was a limited-edition V8 model of this Taurus that came in the SHO package.