24: Toyota Celica (Final Generation)
The final generation of the Toyota Celica released for the 2000 model year was a last-ditch effort to save the brand. Car shoppers simply weren’t looking for sports cars anymore, and Toyota needed a way to entice them. The Celica was sort of a disappointment for true enthusiasts of the brand. The convertible model was axed and there was no turbo model either (via Motor Trend).
Its performance was naturally aspirated, and the car was more for appearances than anything. Everyone didn’t well receive the sharp design. Instead, the sales ended up falling short of Toyota’s expectations and the car was dropped by 2006. The Celica had been an important brand for Toyota, but the final hurrah for the model was a letdown.