"A quick survey of the Influx editorial archives will confirm our interest in, and coverage of, the great Continental European coachbuilders such as Pininfarina. And rightly so. It’s worth remembering though that Britain was once home to a good "
5 Creative Cars Made In Britain
The Return of the British Coachbuilder
The death of the British car industry has been greatly exaggerated.
All over these islands there are highly skilled engineers creating superbly imagined, beautifully realised pieces of machinery. Some you will have heard of, others you won’t have.
The British Lightning is an electric supercar concept that could rival Tesla.
The new AF8 from Arash Autos has been described as ‘Automotive Art’
David Brown confidently claims ‘Coachbuilding is back’ in the shape of his Speedback GT.
This once defunct 1950s firm Connaught is about to spring back to life with its Connaught Type D (to be followed soon by the Type D hybrid).
Noble Motors, started by British designer Lee Noble, was bought in 2006 and now makes stripped back supercars based on ‘analogue purity’. And we love them.
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