1990 Chevrolet Lumina APV
The 1990 Lumina APV had a unique and distinct design with a rounded body and spacious interior that offered plenty of headroom and legroom. In theory, the idea was a good one, until you saw the van in person. A V6 engine powered that produced up to 120 horsepower, which gave it decent performance for a minivan (via Autoblog).
Chrysler had a monopoly on the minivan market in the 1990s, and the APV was another attempt at capturing more market share. Unfortunately, consumers just couldn’t get over the Dustbuster styling of the van, and it wasn’t ever a sales success. There’s no denying that the GM Dustbuster vans were some of the ugliest cars of the 1990s.