Product segment: Loser
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Automotive News reports that convertible sales have been basically flat for the past four years despite rising industry results. They now account for just 1% of the market. That's a steep drop from the heady days before the Great Recession, when drop-top share stood at 1.8% as recently as 2008. Those numbers could reverse in a hurry if a couple of models catch the public fancy. Convertibles are basically fashion items, and it would only take an eye-catcher or two to reignite the segment.

  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated July 16 2013 06:24 AM ET
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