These obscure two-doors should remind you that four-door coupes and crossover coupes aren't the weirdest coupes around.
With a slew of (then) cutting-edge technologies and sporty bodywork, the 1988 Buick Reatta rode into showrooms on a tidal wave of hype. Essentially a stubbier version of the Buick Riviera, this front-drive, two-seat coupe came with General Motors' bulletproof 3.8-liter V-6 and-initially-a pioneering touchscreen control center à la Knight Rider. The nascent infotainment system had its teething problems, and it was eventually replaced by old-school, physical controls. The Reatta only lasted until 1991, leaving a short-lived convertible model and touchscreens' hopes and dreams in its wake.-Eric Stafford