Despite having a beautiful design and lots of power, the Dodge Viper's production run unfortunately ended a few years ago.
When Pontiac produced the legendary GTO, it played a significant role in the development of the muscle car market.
The El Camino was a muscle car and pickup truck hybrid, making it unlike any other car or truck ever made.
The Pontiac GTO highlighted earlier is only one of the amazing GM vehicles that DeLorean helped create.
The Magnum SRT8 is one of the fastest waggons ever, powered by a 425-horsepower Hemi V8 and a five-speed automated transmission from Mercedes-Benz.
The Fiero had a lot of potential due to its design and mid-engined configuration, but Pontiac damaged it by using low-quality parts to construct it and making it unreliable.
The XLR featured a more plush interior and perhaps had a nicer exterior than the C6 Corvette it was built on.
Ford shut down the RS division in 2015, but not before creating the 2016 Focus RS, one of the best hot hatches we've ever seen.
Our favourite brand is Plymouth, despite the fact that Chrysler discontinued it decades ago. The Barracuda is undoubtedly the best of the amazing cars Plymouth created.
Pontiac used the 1967-2002 Firebird to stay competitive when the GTO was discontinued.