22. Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet
If you think the automobile industry has invented all the car classes it could, think again. There is always room for more, although possibly useless concepts. One of those was Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. If you’re not familiar with this car, that is because they only offered it for sale from 2011 to 2014, producing it in small numbers. Nissan realized the SUVs were becoming more luxurious because people wanted a more personalized product.
They thought they would take things a step further and present a convertible SUV. It would have all advantages of an SUV in terms of ride height, comfort, and usability with the luxury and open-air feel of a convertible. However, despite the almost bespoke nature of this car and dependable Nissan technology, the CrossCabriolet flopped. Obviously, there wasn’t a market for SUV convertibles, so the CrossCabriolet became Nissan’s newest black sheep car.