25: Lumina APV
Who can forget the famous dust buster vans of the 1990s? GM’s failed attempt to steal the minivan segment from Chrysler. The only problem was that no one was a fan of the styling of these vans. The design was meant to be futuristic and make the driver feel in control, but from day one the vans were dubbed “Dust Busters”. The sloping nose and the awkward style of the exterior made the vans the butt of jokes from the automotive press and consumers (via Car Gurus).
While the idea to make a unique product that was one of a kind was commendable, the dust buster vans just didn’t work for consumers. The styling was too radical, and the performance was mediocre at best. The car had a lot to offer in terms of design, which made it appealing to some buyers who wanted something different. But it wasn’t enough to boost the sales and these vans will forever get made fun of for their styling.