8: Chevy Beretta
GM did much research and development in the 1990s as it sought to replace the Camaro. The Beretta was the car the company launched to do this (via Best Ride). They even went as far as using the Beretta as the platform for NASCAR racing. But the Beretta didn’t exactly enlighten consumers. The car lacked any of unique styling and performance was subpar at best.
There was the fact that the Beretta shared much of its underpinnings with cheaper GM cars at the time. The celebrity and Corsica come to mind when you think of the Beretta. There was nothing remotely special about the Beretta, and it was quickly shelved. The Camaro lived on until the 2002 model year when it was discontinued, only to return in 2010.