The Jensen Interceptor (which revived a name used earlier) was a GT class car hand-built at the Jensen Motors factory in West Bromwich near Birmingham, England from 1966 until the company went belly-up in 1976. Jensen used a Chrysler V8 engine for it, initially 6276 cc (383 c.i.), increased in 1971 to 7212 cc (440 c.i.), which was about as big as engines in American cars got. Length was 15'6" (4.7 metres).
There's nothing subtle about the inferences here, although as well as GT
wheels you would need a dwelling and attire to match. Hiring all that
for a fling may get expensive :-)