1977 Bonneville Brougham (Worst)
The Bonneville Brougham is a special edition of the top-flight Pontiac sedan sold for decades. What the Brougham did is bring the Bonneville into the next stage of luxury. The problem with the Brougham was that GM positioned Pontiac as the excitement division within the company. Which meant a plush cruising sedan didn’t make sense for a brand focused on performance vehicles (via Classic Car Database).
If the Bonneville Brougham looks familiar, that is because it shares a basic design with the Chevrolet Caprice. The Brougham did provide a luxurious experience, but the car fell short when it came to styling. Pontiac buyers wanted something different in a car, and the Bonneville Brougham seemed like the confused cousin of a Cadillac.