The advanced and forward-thinking Jensen FF was the world’s first road-only car with permanent four-wheel-drive and anti-lock brakes. Introduced in 1966, alongside the Interceptor, it was closely related to that car but had a longer wheelbase, twin vents in the front wings and a bonnet scoop. Mechanically it was very different of course, although the same Chrysler 6276cc V8 did business under the bonnet. FF stood for Ferguson Formula, the tractor company behind the all-wheel-drive, while the ABS was by Dunlop.
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Information from Octane Magazine.