22: Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta
The Camaro Berlinetta was another bright idea that came out of GM in the 1980s to try and slap some luxury features on the Camaro. Dubbed the “secretary’s car”, the Berlinetta was designed to attract female buyers. The idea was that the softer image with the luxury appointments would make the car more appealing. The problem was that all this luxury raised the price tremendously and made the car a lot heavier (via LS1 Tech).
The core premise behind the Camaro was to provide a fun driving experience and the Berlinetta just didn’t do that. The car was much different than you’d expect a traditional Camaro to be. Nowadays, the Berlinetta is one of the rarest Camaro models on the road because there wasn’t a lot of them. So you can expect to find a pretty penny if you intend to drive away from this failed idea from GM.