Some cars are meant to be low-volume products. Others are just utter sales disasters.
FYI: This list is made up of cars that should have sold more than they did, not necessarily the lowest volume or lowest % volume.
Despite every major car museum buying a Veyron, Bugatti is still struggling to get rid of the last 40 examples.
Volkswagen's crown jewel brand is in such need that they'll let almost anybody drive their cars nowadays.
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The G3 was born at a time when people were past realizing that what they built was excrement instead of excitement. 6,233 sold in America. Ever.
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The Subaru Baja was awesome. A four-door all-wheel drive El Camino powered by a boxer engine. Complaining about the small cargo space? You fools!
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Their career in the automotive industry came to an end after this wonderful creation.
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They only sold 3,078 of these, but I'm pretty sure you would love to have one today, because rear-wheel drive Japanese wagon.
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Sold: 22,794 (NA Version)
Suzuki designed it so it could appeal to Americans, but Americans weren't interested.
It had brave styling, but it wasn't a Lamborghini. No go.
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Sold: 618 (in 1966)
The Studebaker Wagonaire was built between 1963-66. Studebaker went defunct in 1967. Go figure.
The Mitsubishi Raider was a Dodge Dakota that wasn't a Dodge Dakota. But for whom?
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It was a Nissan Frontier built by Nissan badged as a Suzuki for the same sort of money. Have you ever seen one? Exactly.
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