The young engineers were the first people clever enough to make their cars mid-engined. The engine was also placed sideways for the sake of keeping the car compact. And it was this car that was to set the standard for supercars to come.
Years produced: 1966-72
Number produced: 764
0-62 m.p.h.: 6.7 seconds
Max. speed: 171 m.p.h.
- Power windows
- The doors, when opened, are designed to look like a bull's horns.
- Occassionally a carburettor would overheat and spit petrol onto the engine, causing a rather disastrous explosion.
- The fuel tank was lovingly placed in the front, so the car was a pig to steer on low fuel.