19: Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Affectionately dubbed the “Lumina Coupe” the 1990s Monte Carlo was nothing if not a bit drab on the design scheme of things. The Lumina-based Monte Carlo was only offered with a V6 engine, as opposed to the V8 engine of prior generations. Still, this generation of the Monte Carlo did quite well in the NASCAR circuit and the sales were respectable.
But the car didn’t have a unique personality at all, and it was a far cry from the previous Monte Carlo models. GM wasn’t a pioneer in design during this period and that’s obvious by taking one look at the Monte Carlo and Lumina.