The Daewoo Lanos was a cute subcompact made by the Korean manufacturer from 1997-2002. It was one of three of Daewoo's exports to the US, and one of two designed by Italian visionary Giorgetto Guigiaro. After GM and Daewoo parted ways in 1992, Daewoo was on a mission to bring cars to market that would replace their existing line. The Lanos was one such car, and initially did well. However safety concerns and a tumultuous distribution network undermined the success of the brand rather quickly. Still, some Daewoo Lanos hatchbacks and sedans can still be seen zipping around town, and Daewoo Lanos parts can be found online if repairs or replacements are necessary. Fun fact: a process that would normally take approximately 5 years, the Daewoo spent only 30 months taking the Lanos from conception to production.