Which Overlooked 1990s Performance Car Deserves to Be Remembered?

There are a bunch of '90s cars that don't get the love they should have earned.

After the front-wheel-drive Lotus Elan ceased production in 1995, Kia purchased the rights to manufacture its own version, and dubbed it the Kia Elan. Virtually zero changes were made from the switch from British to South Korean production, except for some badges, of course.
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There were tons of great performance cars on sale during the 1990s, but not all of them get the recognition they deserve. Which under-loved '90s car do you think deserves to be remembered?

The car that comes to mind for me is the front-wheel drive Lotus Elan. Sure, it wasn't anywhere near as pure as the original Elan, but it was praised as being one of the best-handling front-wheel drive cars on the planet at the time. Plus, it looked really cool. Yet, people often seem to forget it exists, which is a shame.

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Now we'd like to know: Which forgotten performance car from the 1990s do you think deserves some recognition? It doesn't have to be something super sporty and obscure like the Elan, either—it could be something totally different, as long as you think it doesn't get the love it should. Let us know in the comments below.

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