Mercury Marauder X-100
Imagined as a luxury coupe, the Marauder had a fresh design with some exciting features. These especially included concealed headlights, a massive front end, and a sloping rear end with curved rear glass. It was a big, heavy car for cruising rather than street racing (via Motor Trend).
It was equipped with a 429 V8 engine with 360 HP, bucket seats, heavy-duty suspension, and blackout rear trim. The Marauder line was relatively famous, but the X100 didn’t become a best-seller and in two years of production, Mercury made just over 8000 as a result.