Welcome to britishbuiltcars.co.uk - the only website to list, in detail, not just every known car, van and motorbike, but other specialist vehicles, currently* made in the UK!
Although cars make up the vast majority of listings, the site now contains details on motorbikes, go-karts and specialist vehicles, including some military ones. Also one van! We are now embarking on the next phase of our expansion by including commercial transport, starting with Buses, the eventual aim being to create the 'Top Gear Mall Effect'.
Our Video Library contains 321 searchable videos and the site also features links to 85 car/motorbike/van reviews by the leading motoring press.
The website contains over 90 manufacturers, making more than 200 different models, from large volume producers to small companies building just a handful of vehicles a year. Each listing contains a direct link to the manufacturer. Thank you for visiting our website.
*Some models may be in a pre-production stage, with a register of interest and/or orders being taken.
We are currently seeking a number of Supporters for our website to enable us to improve, enlarge and more widely promote it, in order to help the vital UK vehicle industry over the next few uncertain years.
Check out the companies who are currently helping us, on the dedicated Supporters page.
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- Published on Dec 4, 2018. I joined the TV personality Ant Anstead's company Dowsetts Classic Cars at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, to see what their brand new car the Comet can do and boy, it can do a lot! A huge thanks to Dowsetts Classic Cars for inviting me up, if you want to learn more about them, check them out: Website: dowsettscars.co.uk Twitter: @DowsettsCars Instagram: @dowsettsclassiccars Subscribe to FTD: http://bit.ly/2bmft7d
- Oct 15, 2019. The new Bentley Flying Spur is perhaps a rare exception. This is a 207mph super saloon that its maker reckons will excite and indulge in equal measure – and on our encounter, it's hard to think of a car on sale today with a broader spread of abilities. The third model to bear the Flying Spur nameplate in modern times (following on from the original S2 Continental Flying Spur from 1959) has taken a big step forward over the previous model.