Grinnall Specialist Cars Ltd, based near Bewdley in Worcestershire, is a centre for radical sports car design and home of the Scorpion. For nearly twenty years, Grinnall's talented team of designers, engineers and craftsmen have dedicated themselves to providing top quality performance on wheels.
The company's reputation, under their founder Mark Grinnall, was first made by its extensively reworked and refined conversions of the Triumph TR7. By 1990 some 350 Triumph TR8s had been made. The Triumph Register now recognises the Grinnall TR8 as a marque in its own right.
Then, in 1991 the company took a new direction and began work on the design of an innovative, high-tech three wheeler which became the Scorpion 111 and then in 1998, due to popular demand, they began developing a four wheeled version to become known as the Scorpion 1V. The Scorpion 111 is available with a wide range of BMW powerplants and Grinnall is a BMW 'partner' with an Original Equipment Manufacturer supply status, which allows them to buy engines and parts directly from the manufacturer. Grinnall are also well-known fo making a range of exciting trikes (three-wheeled motorcycles), based on Triumph and BMW motorbikes.