4. Jensen Interceptor FF
The Jensen Interceptor FF was a British Gran Turismo coupe with a twist. With its Italian styling by Vignale, massive size, comfort and powerful Chrysler 383 or 440 V8 engine, this four-seater coupe was one of the fastest, most comfortable cars in the late ’60s and early ’70s. But in 1966, Jensen introduced an advanced all-wheel-drive version they called the Interceptor FF which sold just 320 copies.
The FF featured a heavy all-wheel-drive system they borrowed from the tractor manufacturer, Ferguson. It gave the Interceptor more usability in difficult conditions as well as superb road holding. However, it also made this coupe heavy and expensive. And that is why they discontinued the Interceptor FF after just a few years but the car left a strong impression on the market as a revolutionary vehicle.