We're already halfway through the year, which means 2025-model vehicles are already making their way onto dealer lots. Unfortunately, that also means a handful of cars won’t make it to see the new year, with at least 15 already on the chopping block.

For some, it’s been a long time coming. The dated Nissan lineup could use a major refresh, with the GT-R and Titan being discontinued after this year, with the Altima and Versa following next year. But we'll be sad to see a few others go, like the Bugatti Chiron, the iconic Camaro, and the Ram TRX.

As the year goes on, more cars are destined to join this list.


Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

Pour one out for Alfa Romeo's Quadrifolio performance lineup, at least for now. The company is discontinuing the Giulia Quadrifoglio with a gas engine after 2024, but Head of North American Operations Larry Dominique says the clover badge could return in the next few years on an electric or hybrid performance car.


Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio

2024 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio

Alfa is also discontinuing the Stelvio Quadrifoglio. The 505-horsepower performance SUV won't stick around for 2025 as the company moves away from internal-combustion engines for battery-powered performance instead.


Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Chiron

The arrival of the new Tourbillon marks the end of the line for the beloved Chiron. The hypercar had a hugely successful eight-year run, spawning dozens of iterations, and for a short time at least, a world-record top speed run of 304.8 miles per hour. We'll miss you, Chiron, and your insane W-16 engine.


Chevrolet Camaro

2024 Chevrolet Camaro

Last year Chevy killed the four-cylinder Camaro. For 2025, the entire Camaro name will drive off into the sunset. The final sixth-generation model was actually produced in December of 2023—a ZL1 1LE with a manual transmission and 650 horsepower—but you can probably still find a new 2024 model sitting on dealer lots.


Chevrolet Malibu

Chevrolet Malibu

You probably didn't know Chevy was still building the Malibu well into 2024. But the ninth iteration of the longstanding sedan will be the last, officially ending production in November to make way for a new Bolt. The current Malibu stuck around in the US for nearly nine years.


Ford Escape

2024 Ford Escape

The Ford Escape was the 25th best-selling vehicle in America last year with over 140,000 units sold. But that's still not good enough for the compact SUV to stick around past 2024. The now 23-year-old nameplate will be discontinued before the end of the year, following the Edge SUV before it.


Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar F-Type

The last Jaguar F-Type just rolled off the production line earlier this month, honoring the E-Type with a lovely Giola Green paint over Windsor leather. Surviving 10 years and several iterations, Jag's beloved sports car is officially gone as the company moves to electrification over the next few years.


Maserati Ghibli

2024 Maserati Ghibli

After 11 years on the market, this generation of the Maserati Ghibli will be discontinued for 2025. As Maserati moves more toward electrification, the dated Ghibli may be replaced in the future, perhaps with an electric or hybrid powertrain.


Mitsubishi Mirage

2024 Mitsubishi Mirage

Both the hatchback and sedan versions of the Mitsubishi Mirage will reportedly get the axe at the end of 2024. With a starting price of $17,955, the five-door is still one of the cheapest cars in America. But sluggish performance and an outdated platform make it a tough sell.


Mini Clubman

2024 Mini Clubman

Mini's new-and-improved lineup won't include the lovable Clubman. You can still technically buy one in 2024, but fewer than 100 units of the Final Edition will be offered in the US with a starting price of $47,145. After that, Mini will sunset its station wagon for now.


Nissan GT-R

Nissan GT-R

It's been a long time coming, but the Nissan GT-R will officially end production in the US in October. Nissan is sending off its beloved sports car with two special trims—the Skyline Edition and the Takumi Edition—that honor the long lineage of the GT-R. The current R34 GT-R debuted way back in 2009.


Nissan Titan

2024 Nissan Titan

The Nissan Titan is another longstanding Nissan model that won't make it to 2025. Even though trucks are usually big business, Nissan sold fewer than 20,000 Titans in 2023, so it’s not going to stick around much longer.


Porsche 718 Boxster / Cayman (In Europe)

Porsche 718 Cayman

Don’t panic, fellow Americans. The Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman aren’t going anywhere for us (yet). But in Europe at least, the two sports cars don’t meet the General Safety Regulation of the European Union, which includes cybersecurity. That means you won’t be able to register any models that don’t meet those regulations beginning in July 2024. And Porsche has no plans to offer a new Boxster or Cayman for Europe on the current platform; the new electric model, though, should be available in Europe in the next few years.


Ram 1500 TRX

Ram 1500 TRX


The Ram 1500 TRX is dead and a new RHO will replace it. That means the 702-horsepower truck won't be available in the US after this year. Buyers can still get their hands on the supercharged truck for a cool $98,335, but it's only available in limited quantities.


Volvo S60

Volvo S60

Volvo is another brand moving to electrification, and with that, its gas-powered S60 reaches the end of the line. The S60 debuted in the US in 2000, and the third-generation luxury sedan arrived in 2019. With the S60 gone by the end of the year, Volvo will shift production to focus on the new EX90 electric three-row SUV.

Discontinued For 2024

  • Alpina BMW B7
  • Audi R8
  • Audi TT
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV
  • Chevrolet Bolt EUV
  • Chevrolet Camaro Turbo
  • Chrysler 300
  • Dodge Challenger
  • Dodge Charger
  • Dodge Hellcat Models
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo
  • Ferrari Portofino M
  • Ford Edge
  • Ford Explorer Hybrid
  • Ford Fiesta (Europe)
  • Kia Stinger
  • Kia Rio
  • Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring
  • Mazda CX-9
  • Mazda MX-30
  • McLaren 720S
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
  • Mercedes-Benz CLS
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe
  • Mercedes-Benz Metris
  • Nissan Maxima
  • Porsche Panamera Sport Turbo

Discontinued For 2026

  • Nissan Altima
  • Nissan Versa
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