32: Lincoln Mark LT
The idea of a luxury pickup truck has been around since the 1990s with fully-loaded GM and Ford trucks offering a comfortable driving experience. But GM and Ford broke the mold with the Escalade and the Navigator SUVs. They took this same logic to the Mark LT, which was a truck that was far ahead of its time. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon to see a fully-loaded truck that will fetch 80k or higher, but in 2006 this wasn’t the norm and the Mark LT was the only one (via Car and Driver).
Because of that, consumers weren’t ready for such a drastic new product and the Mark LT didn’t sell very well. This is a case of Ford having something good that was ahead of its time. If the Mark LT was released in today’s market, it would sell like hot cakes. But consumers turned their back on this truck and the sales numbers were extremely low. You’ll see a Mark LT on the road from time to time, but it’s few and far between these days.