Since this engine was detuned by Chrysler for use with regular gasoline and only produced 250 hp SAE net in 1971, Jensen chose to use the 440 in3 (7,200 cc) Chrysler engine for 1971. For 1971, two 440 c.i. engines were offered. The body was designed by an outside firm, Carrozzeria Touring of Italy, rather than the in-house staff. The Interceptor may have taken some styling cues from the Brasinca Uirapuru, with a distinctive large, curving wrap-around rear window that doubled as a tailgate.
One had a 4-barrel carburetor and produced 305 hp SAE net. The original specification included electric windows, reclining front seats, a wood rimmed steering wheel, radio with twin speakers, reversing lights and an electric clock. HomeTroubleshootingPaper Jam in Large Capacity Unit (Only for bizhub C554e/C454e) The figure above shows the Large Capacity Unit LU-301 installed.Be careful not to touch the surface of the roller with your hand. The car came back as a low-volume hand built and bespoke affair, marketed in a similar way to Bristol, with a price (£70,000 and more, over 79000 Euros today) to match. The Mark III, introduced in 1971, revised the front grille, headlamp finishers and bumper treatment again. It had GKN alloy wheels and air conditioning as standard, and revised seats. It was divided into G-, H-, and J-series depending on the production year.
Power steering was included as standard from September 1968. The Mark II was announced in October 1969, with slightly revised styling around the headlamps, front grille and bumper and revised rear lights. For 1972, the 440 c.i. engine with three 2-barrel carburetors were no longer produced by Chrysler Corp. Sutton Publishing. ISBN 0-7509-1808-X. John Tipler (2004). Jensen Interceptor: The Complete Story. The other, which had three 2-barrel carburetors and produced 330 hp SAE net, was only available in 1971. Only 232 cars were built with the 440 «Six Pack», and had the distinction of being the most powerful car ever to have been made by Jensen. Jensen had extensively used glass-reinforced plastic for the fabrication of body panels in the preceding two decades, but the new Interceptor saw a return to a steel body-shell.