Year: 1992-1994

Jaguar is known less for race-spec supercars than it is for elegant grand tourers and sedans, but the one time that Jag did go down the mid-engined path, it was a massive success. The XJ220 set world records, won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and was the first road car to build down-force by exploiting under-body air-flow. It was also capable of wringing a 213mph top speed out of its 3.5 liter twin-turbo V6. We would love for Jaguar to attempt something like this again.