13: Button Tufting
Remember car seats that had button tufting? Those were quite the comfortable seats and they offered a fair bit of luxury as well. While you might think that button tufting was only relegated to luxury interiors it was not. Many lower trim levels also had this interior feature. GM was notorious for doing this to their interior pieces. Chrysler was one of the last automakers to offer this inside of their K-Car interiors.
Car interiors have changed a lot over the years and button tufting was one of those ’80s fads we’d like to forget. There was nothing remotely decent about having an interior that had tufting in the seats unless of course, you were a lowrider. Nowadays seating is more comfortable than ever with leather being the go-to upholstery choice.