The Jensen Interceptors built from 1966 to 1976 have always been considered to be oddballs of sorts. Their styling was distinctly European, but under the hood resided some good old American thunder by way of either a Chrysler 383 or 440 big block. As open road GT cars the Interceptors were wonderful as they had plenty of grunt and ample seating for four adults. However, as they never sold well, they unfortunately fell by the wayside as time and technology marched on. It’s been 35 years since the last Jensen rolled off the line, but now, thanks to CPP Holdings, the Interceptor may get a new lease on life. CPP Holdings is the company that recently acquired Bowler (makers of insane off-road vehicles) and is also now trying to get its hands on Spyker. As of now there is no word on what will power the new Interceptor (392 HEMI perhaps?), but if this rendering is any indication of what’s to come, then I can tell you with complete confidence that we are truly excited about this baby hitting the market.