8: Dodge Stealth
The Dodge Stealth is worth noting because it shares a platform with the 3000GT. What makes the two cars stand out from the crowd is the twin-turbo engine design. The Stealth has amazing off-the-line performance for a sports car. Compared with other sports cars from this era, the Stealth is relatively unknown. Most drivers don’t think of a Stealth as the first sports car from this era that comes to mind (via Car and Driver).
But underneath is the stellar Mitsubishi engineering that makes the car stand out. The Stealth was by far one of the best performance bargains at the time. The styling of the Stealth makes it a notable exception to the rule of high-priced performance cars. Few cars from this era can match the sheer performance that the Stealth offered for the price.