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BRITISH ENGINEERING DEAD ENDS

1 Rover’s Jet Adventure

Rover’s JET1 broke speed records, achieving 245kph in 1952. Despite producing, ahem, 75kW at 55,000rpm, the noise, heat and fuel consumption of 30-40l/100km meant jet-powered Rovers remained one-off prototypes. Predictably.

2 Triumph Stag

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