Citroen's luxurious DS was a jumbled mess in the months after its 1955 debut. It was both difficult and futuristic.

1. 1955 Citroën DS

The Renault Dauphine has long served as a fulcrum in narratives highlighting the worst automobiles produced in the 20th century.

2. 1956 Renault Dauphine

The swing-axle rear suspension of the Chevrolet Corvair, which is still among the most divisive American automobiles ever produced, is largely to blame.

3. 1959 Chevrolet Corvair

The Tesla Model S of its era was the NSU Ro80. A cutting-edge saloon featuring a twin-rotor Wankel engine and a semi-automatic transmission, it made its debut in 1967.

4. 1967 NSU Ro80

The saying "British automobiles are capricious" unfairly applies to the original Range Rover from Land Rover. Although they are not ideal and have a known propensity

5. 1970 Range Rover

The AMC Pacer is frequently criticised for being short, broad, and bulbous and for being based on an intriguing but flawed notion.

6. 1975 AMC Pacer

When the TR7 made its debut in 1975, it was enthusiastically hailed as the vehicle that could save Triumph despite being dubiously marketed as "the form of things to come."

7. 1975 Triumph TR7

Alfa Romeo and dependability issues are generally seen to go together like tea and biscuits by collectors.

8. 1979 Alfa Romeo GTV6

The 1979 Lada Riva was so despised by drivers that jokes about it are being made about it today. "How do you make a Lada worth twice as much? Put gasoline in it!

9. 1979 Lada Riva

When Porsche unveiled the 996-generation 911 in 1997, it gave purists something to think about. It retained the distinctive 911 form

10. 1997 Porsche 911