27: 1982 Ferrari Mondial
Most sports car brands go through some sort of transitional period and Ferrari was doing just that in the early ’80s. The company was trying to market to a new generation of baby boomers who were doing quite well. Sports cars were beginning to sell and Ferrari needed an entry-level model to market to young professionals. The 1982 Ferrari Mondial hit the market with too much fanfare and had a stylish design with a lot going for it.
Performance, however, was lackluster at best, which was surprising considering that this was indeed a Ferrari automobile. The compact proportions of the car were not suitable for larger drivers and there were a lot of maintenance issues with the car. Particularly, overheating seemed to be the main issue that drivers had a gripe with.