May 1981, the launch of the 2.8i Capri from Ford, which brought with it some stonking performance for its day. Excluding all the special models for the race track, rally stages or just purely exotic, which were either bespoke motors or very limited run production (sub 500 units), the 2.8i became the fastest mass production 0-60 model Ford had produced to that date. The RS3100 was a shade quicker to the benchmark but with a production run of 250 units, this would hardly make this mainstream. However, that said, joining the RS3100, the 2.8i Capri now became one of the prestigious sub 8 sec to 60 mainstream club, with the 4 speed clocking in a whisker under, by a tenth of second. Huge performance in 1981 that only something German or Italian could beat in mainstream form. In the last 35 years, which other mainstream Ford models could crack the 8 secs to 60 ? Model / series / engine. See how many you can name ?