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 also contains details on motorbikes, go-karts and specialist vehicles, including some military ones. Also one van!
Our Video Library contains 308 searchable videos and the site also features links to 95 car/bike/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.
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- Tiff Needell tests the Frontline Developments LE50 and compares it to an original MGB GT from the 1960s on which the new car is based. Quoted prices may well have been subject to change. Quoted prices are from 2015 and may well have been subject to change since then.
- The new XCS 427 Cobra replica in action. Designed by Peter Walker and Gary Sanders and featuring Camber Compensation and Anti Roll suspension front and rear, and a supercharged Chevrolet LS3 engine. Presented by Adam Wilkins / www.adam-wilkins.co.uk Filmed and edited by Piers Cooper / ShortSight Films
- Published on May 2, 2019. Subscribe now: http://smarturl.it/autocar - McLaren 720S Spider vs BMW S 1000 RR vs Ariel Atom 4 drag race: Summer is coming and the weather is warm enough to drive with the wind in your hair, or across your helmet or even bouncing off your baldy head. So what’s the fastest way to go in a straight line without a roof but with numberplate on the back? For 2019, BMW’s superbike, the S1000RR, has been redeveloped to be lighter, more powerful and even cleverer than ever before. Ariel’s fourth Atom puts over 300bhp from a Honda Civic Type R engine through the back wheels and weighs little over 500kg. The 720S has monstered everything to 60mph recently, including a Senna in an Autocar video, but will it keep its crown as the drag race king, being 49kg heavier in Spider form? Matt Prior finds out. Film by Mitch McCabe, Oli Kosbab and Tej Bhola. New videos are uploaded to Autocar each week. Don't miss a single one. Subscribe now: http://smarturl.it/autocar