17: 1958-1960 Edsel
Then you had the Edsel, a car that was designed to appeal to just about every type of person. Sadly it just didn’t add up to the competition, and the car was notoriously unreliable. Sales were minuscule at best, and it contributed to a sales decline at Ford. The extreme design of the Edsel was just one of the aspects that dragged it down.
The transmission was known for having shifting issues, in addition to the electrics in the car. Ford didn’t spare any expense to the design, but that didn’t help to boost the market share. The Edsel was not for long, and sadly the car just couldn’t last on.