The Tiger, produced by the Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg in Germany, went from zero to 60 mph in 28 seconds, with a top speed of 78 mph. With a 20.5 horsepower engine and four wheels, it represented an evolution from F.M.R.'s earlier three-wheelers. The 9 foot, 10 inch Tiger had brakes with modern hydraulics and a large, plush pilot's seat to handle its cornering power. Only 150 of the 320 examples that were made survive.