14. Pontiac Grand Prix GTP (Redesign)
There were two supercharged Grand Prix models during the ’90s. The car that hit the market during the latter half of the decade was a valiant effort. There were some positives this car had that the previous model didn’t. First, the body was much smoother, which made the redesign pay off. But the performance was still pretty much the same. Underneath, the new car was the same as its predecessor.
A lot was riding on GM to make this car a success because of the growing demand for exciting cars. While the Grand Prix was a decent seller for the brand, in all actuality, the car was a letdown. There was so much more than GM could have done with the Grand Prix nameplate and didn’t. Still, the redesign went on for quite a few years in one form or another.