11: Dodge Daytona
To say the Chrysler portfolio of cars was large in the 1990s would be an understatement. Each brand had dozens of badge-engineered cars sold under each marquee during this period. If you saw a Dodge Shadow, you could easily mistake it for a Plymouth Sundance, etc. The folks at Chrysler felt that flooding the market with similar models was a smart business choice. The Daytona was one of these car models that fell in between a plethora of other choices at the Dodge dealership (via Car and Driver).
It was on the heels of the Dodge Stealth being released and slotted above the Plymouth Laser. The styling of the Daytona was not like the name implies and sedate if anything. The boxy styling of the Daytona was stuck somewhere in the 1980s. Cars were moving onto an evolved style, and this sports car was stuck in the past. The performance was also very lethargic as there were better performing models at the time.