16. Ford Probe
Ah, the Probe, where do we start with this one? Ford had some big ambitions for the Probe with laser-like styling and unique aspects of its design. But when it came down to it, the Probe was missing that something that made a sports car special. The ’90s version of the car was very bland to say the least. The styling was inline with most of the Ford product portfolio at the time, which focused heavily on ovals.
The performance was derived from a V6 and the GT version didn’t offer much more in terms of get up and go. There’s a lot that Ford could have done right with the Probe but instead, the brand missed out on an opportunity. The car was lacking in most areas and this is why the company finally ended production of the car.