16: Jaguar E-Type
It wasn’t the first electric car, but the E-Type was incredibly fun to drive. When you took the E-Type out on the road you knew that you were driving something special. But the E-Type had some design flaws which aggravated consumers. Visibility was almost nonexistent in this car, and the convertible top was cheap. In addition to that, the engine required constant maintenance.
The E-Type is highly sought after as a collector’s item overseas. Yet let’s face the facts – it wasn’t that great. The design could have been a lot more fluid and the reliability of the car makes it a pain to work on. Classic cars should be fun to drive and not a headache to own, which the E-Type is.