The 2006 Ford Super Chief. Was designed to run on Hydrogen, Ethanol E-85, or gasoline. It had three high pressure hydrogen tanks that contained enough hydrogen to go 150 miles. 2006 Jeep Hurricane. Most parts, especially the drivetrain were too expensive. 2001 Volswagon Microbus. Two many complaints and money problems. So VW teamed up with CHysler to make the VW Routan minivan instead. 1998 Jeep Jeepster. Too many groans about the finished product and they figure there would be no market for it. 1963 Chrysler Turbine. Chrysler started these new turbine powered cars that coul run on any fuel, including vegetable oil and tequila. They loaned out 50 of them to customers but got average feedback and Chrysler felt they were impractical." 1959 Ford Levacar. Three powerful air jets under the chassis levitated the car off the ground. It was powered by a small turbo jet. 1958 Ford Nucleon. This car was powered by a small nuclear reactor in the back of the vehicle. It was capable of going 5000 miles between refuelings. 1958 Ford X-2000. After building prototypes, they just thought it was too ridiculous. 1955 Lincoln Futura. Car was never practical but the design was later on used for the Batmobile.