1967 Triumph XL90 prototype.
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When Triumph introduced the XL90 prototype at the 1967 Motor Show, it described it as a vehicle twenty five years ahead of its time with an emphasis on safety and reliability and one which would give the brand a perceptive and practical look into the future.
It included ideas such as a "sealed for life" engine and transmission, Pneumatic controls for suspension and brakes, Hand-grip steering, ultrasonic screen cleaning, light sensitive window tinting and automatic guidance and speed control for fog and on motorways.
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