#19. Frisky Family Three – 1959
Frisky Cars Ltd was a British company, which found a loophole in the law that allowed registering three-wheel rides as motorcycles. That cleared the room for the construction of small cars that would be very cheap. Among the cars that this company planned to make was the Frisky Family Three, a concept that unfortunately never saw a day of light.
#18. Plymouth XNR – 1960
In the early 1960s, people from the United States were fascinated with jet engines. It was all about rockets and space travel. Even the President promised US astronauts would go to the Moon by the end of the decade. That is why it’s not a surprise that a concept car like the XNR was proposed. Its asymmetric design was clearly inspired by rockets, but it seems it was too ahead of its time. Despite not going into massive production, one XNR was actually manufactured. The original was sold at an auction in 2012 for $935,000.