15. Jaguar F-Type
Jaguar has long been the whipping boy of the automotive industry. The brand has almost gone under more times than we can count, yet they continue to release new offerings. There was a time in history where Jaguar was the driver’s car. The original Jaguars provided spirited performance and elegant features that made them a staple of the upper class. The F-Type is an example of what the company is still doing wrong to this day. For the massively expensive price of $126,000 for a fully loaded model, the F-Type is nothing more than a fancy roadster. Sure, you get a supercharged V8 engine, but when you look at it on paper there are better performers.
The Chevrolet Corvette, for example, is a considerably lower price point and offers better performance off the line. Sure the two cars are in a completely different class, but when you are forking over that kind of money you want results. The F-Type has had the same styling for the last seven years, and the car doesn’t look to be getting an upgrade. Jaguar is slowly moving into the electric car business, and thus the F-Type will probably ride off into the proverbial sunset.