14: Plymouth Prowler
The infamous Prowler was not only a letdown mechanically, but also style-wise. The concept of the Prowler appeared years before in the auto show circuit. Consumer response was promising, so Chrysler greenlit its production. Unfortunately, the Prowler was lacking just about everything you’d expect from a hot rod-style roadster. There was no V8 engine under the hood; instead, the engine was pulled from the Dodge Intrepid sedan. The styling is about as confusing as can be with arching wheel wells and a bubble back (via Motor Trend).
In the interior of the Prowler, the parts bin continues, as you’ll find more parts out of the Chrysler passenger cars. The Prowler was supposed to usher in a new era for the Plymouth brand, but Chrysler pulled the plug by 2001. The Prowler was more of a halo car than anything and sales never amounted to much. Yet the car has become popular in recent years with a solid and dedicated following.