1989 Plymouth Voyager 3
In 1989 American was minivan happy. All domestic and nearly ever Asian import automaker had one, if not more, model of minivan in their line-up. And Chrysler was the king, as they’d invented the segment – out of necessity as they were trying to squeeze as many model types from one platform as possible.
So what could be a better move than to up the minivan stakes? The designers at Chrysler created a three-seat mini car for around town errands that could be mated to a larger, self-powered unit that carried five more passengers. Unfortunately it offered all the charm of an airport car rental bus. No one followed Chrysler on this one.