Cyclops Eye - In addition to regular fixed headlights, the Tucker has a center cyclops eye which turns with the front wheels. Result: Your cyclops beam is around the corner before you are, lighting the way ahead, giving you precious seconds to avoid accidents.
- A steel safety bulkhead surrounds the spacious luggage compartment located
under the hood, thus shielding the passenger compartment from head-on collisions
far more effectively than the conventional front engine construction. A second
steel safety bulkhead walls off the rear engine.
- Laminated safety glass is mounted in rubber fastening so that a hard blow from
within will eject it in one piece. Thus, greatest collision hazard-lacerations
or fractured skull from striking windshield-is entirely eliminated. Windows are
armor-plate glass which disintegrates without cutting edges or slivers.