24: 1993-1998 Lincoln Mark VIII
The corporate clone of the Ford Thunderbird did an excellent job reinventing the car. You’d never know that the Mark VIII was a Thunderbird at first glance. The two are separate cars for the most part, and Lincoln’s interior is spacious and technologically advanced (via Motor Trend). Lincoln put an equitable amount of effort into the design. Lexus had crept up on the domestic automakers by this time, and it was an all-out war for luxury dollars.
Sadly, the Lincoln Mark VIII would be phased out by 1998, but the final car had a new and unseen but not unpleasant interior. A flowing dashboard and plenty of options would entice buyers. A modern sound system with BOSE surrounds also added to the allure of the Mark VIII. Coupled with that was the excellent sound design that the car had from the factory.