20: Velour Seats
As automakers worked to improve the interior quality of their vehicles, velour seats became more popular. These seating arrangements were meant to be a more comfortable option. You found velour seating on all kinds of cars from Honda’s to Cadillac models. The problem was that these seats would make you sweat in several minutes. For long summer trips, velour seating was just a nightmare.
Not to mention the fact the seating would break down after a couple of years. You’d routinely find velour seating that was flat and out of place. Chrysler used Velour seating up until the mid-’90s on their K-Cars and the new cab-forward sedans. Needless to say, velour seating has fallen out of favor with most consumers.