All-Wheel Drive Passenger Car – Jensen
The invention of all-wheel drive happened in 1900 for various military and off-road vehicles, but not in passenger or sports cars. However, in 1966, the English company, Jensen introduced the FF, which stands for Ferguson Formula. It was a sports coupe with a massive Chrysler V8 and all-wheel drive.
The FF featured a heavy all-wheel-drive system they borrowed from the tractor manufacturer, Ferguson. Later, Jensen used it in the Interceptor for more usability in difficult conditions, as well as superb road holding. But it also made this coupe heavy and expensive.