Ford Interceptor concept
Like the abovementioned 427 design study Ford’s Interceptor Concept is a very bold-looking vehicle. While it never made it into production the car was a stunner when it was revealed at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
It was created under Mays’ watchful eye and featured a large, long body with narrow side glass, massive wheels and a blunt front end that’s more akin to a cinder-block wall than an automotive grille. But arguably design is not the car’s most exciting feature.
Supposedly this sedan was built on the Mustang’s rear-wheel-drive architecture. As such it featured a six-speed manual transmission and a 400-horsepower 5.0-liter “Cammer” V8 engine sourced from the Ford Racing catalogue; it also ran on E85. Why didn’t you build this car, Ford? WHY?!