If I lived in Europe, I’d have an early-70s DS as a daily driver:
No conventional jack – the hydraulic suspension lets you lift one tire at a time if you have a flat. It was the first car designed so the engine slid under the frame (instead of into your lap) in a collision. It was the first mass production car with power front disc brakes. An amazing achievement – and front-drive, naturellement. It was so radical that they sold 12,000 the day it was introduced, in 1955.