The rear window of the 1969 Triumph GT6+ was heated electronically. Big news then. A heating grid, fused on the inner surface, freed the glass of fog, ice and snow. All with a flip of a switch. Naturally, it was not as important as the new wishbone rear suspension, or that all four wheels had independent suspension. You also got comfort with increased headroom, contour seats with integral head restraints and the new flow-through ventilation and heating system with face and floor-directed vents. It even had a self-sealing magnetic gas cap along with the mag-style wheel covers and white wall tires. All standard. It had a six cylinder high torque engine with a four speed manual, all-synchomesh gearbox, disc brakes up front and rack-and-pinion steering.