This is what happens if the air is too thin when you try and design a car. Hailing from the tiny Alpine principality of Liechtenstein, the 1982 Jehle Saphier looked like a wedge of Emmenthal cheese. A large canopy swung upwards for entry for three passengers sitting abreast, and the pivoting side windows could be used for emergency exits. Originally designed for a VW Beetle chassis, Jehle even offered a mid-engined model with a 368kW Ford V8. Scary stuff.