20: Chevrolet SSR
The late 1990s and early 2000s birthed a series of retro-inspired cars from several different automakers. Apparently, it was hip to be old again, and the executives at Chevy wanted in on this party. So drivers got the SSR. This was an El Camino-inspired novelty truck that boasted a powerful V8 engine. Sadly, there was a lot about the SSR to hate, and it left potential buyers scratching their heads.
The extreme styling of the car was apparently a selling point, although this didn’t work out too well. The SSR was only a two-seater, which made it impractical for anyone who had a family. Then you had a high price tag and it just becomes somewhat of a halo car as opposed to anything serious to consider.