29: Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid
The year was 2008 and the country-wide economic recession was impacting America, so it only made sense that Chevy would release a hybrid-powered pickup truck. Although critics universally panned the original Silverado Hybrid and the gas mileage wasn’t much better than the ordinary models (via Car & Driver).
You did get some cool vinyl along the sides of the truck that actually read “hybrid”, but other than that, there wasn’t much to see. The Silverado Hybrid is probably one of the most forgotten vehicles that came out in the new millennium, and one of the last to be released by the “old” GM.