From GM's 550-hp twin-turbo sedan to Honda's cute little Fit, we've lost some good ones.
Trunks are an endangered species. While there are 19 vehicles listed here—one of which will merely be on sabbatical for a year—not one of them is a crossover. Okay, the Dodge Journey might plausibly be a crossover, but it's really more like a front-drive zit with seating for five.
Every year, manufacturers tweak the model mix to reflect the market they expect to encounter in the upcoming year. Just like the cars discontinued last year, 2021 will bring far fewer two-door coupes and four-door sedans. It also means fewer small economy cars as they're superseded by small, economy crossovers.
Will the world be better for these changes? Let's hope 2021 is nothing but joy and life. Because, well, we're sick of 2020, and we still have five months left.