24. Maserati Biturbo

Year: 1984
Complex Says: The Maserati Biturbo was not unlike a Faberge egg. It was cool, but so ridiculously fragile that it was best left in a glass case. It may have had a twin-turbo Maserati engine. But things would probably start leaking, cracking, breaking, and failing before the first oil change was due. Or in a strong wind. Or if the front passenger sneezed suddenly. Or if there was a dirt road. Or a cracked road, or rain. The Biturbo also started the trend that continues to this day of Masers with terrifically boring names. Biturbo means "two-turbos." Quattroporte means "four-doors." These, along with Coupe, are some of the least inspired names in automotive history.