17. Suzuki XC90
How about a two-seat, two-door SUV with compact dimensions and a removable T-Top? Well, that’s exactly what the Suzuki X-90 was when they introduced it in 1995. Powered by a 95 HP 1.6-liter four-cylinder, the X-90 had a rear-wheel drive as standard. Also, customers could opt for the all-wheel-drive model with limited interior and trunk space.
They officially sold the car in America and Suzuki even managed to sell 7,000 copies. But neither the buyers nor the motoring press understood what Suzuki wanted to say and do with this model. It wasn’t an off-roader and it wasn’t a roadster. But it was ugly and unappealing, which sealed its fate.