36: Plymouth Prowler
The Prowler is the ultimate example of a beautiful idea that went wrong by inadequate product planning. The styling of the Prowler leads you to believe the car is a blazing fast hot rod, but in reality, the power plant was taken from the run-of-the-mill Dodge Intrepid family sedan (via Car & Driver).
When you considered how much the MSRP for the Prowler was, the car just didn’t make any sense. The Prowler could have been so much more, and instead, it was the last new original car to ever hit the market under the Plymouth banner, as the brand was done for beginning with the 2001 model year.