29: Nissan 370Z
Nissan has a habit of carrying cars well into the next generation with no real updates, such as the Frontier. But the 370Z left many in the automotive industry scratching their heads, as an updated version of the 350Z didn’t bring anything new to the table. Aside from some sharp lines, the 370Z was a letdown to the coveted “Z” line. The performance left a lot to be desired and getting behind the wheel feels a lot like 2003.
Nissan is planning to redesign the 370Z but the company has recently fallen on hard times. Nevertheless, the current generation model had a lot of hype behind it, and the finished product just didn’t add up to the great expectations for the car.