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The original Alvis Car Company was founded in 1919 in Coventry and over the ensuing years became well-known for producing sports cars of quality and performance. In 1968 the company relocated to nearby Kenilworth and although no longer producing cars they have continued to provide support for Alvis owners right up to the present day under the name of Red Triangle (after Alvis’s inverted triangle logo).

The Alvis Car Company has now resumed production of the famous 4.3 Litre Vanden Plas Tourer as a continuation model, 72 years after the last one was produced, and it is being built to individual customer order in Kenilworth. Since starting the Vanden Plas Tourer project, Alvis have susequently offered several other iconic models for continuation production.

Apex Motors

Apex Motors is a Hong Kong and British-based car company founded by Hong Kong/Australian brothers Jason and Gary Leung in 2018. In 2019 the company began a limited production run of the AP-1 open road and track sports car in Hong Kong, which had  started life as the Rp1, developed by the Elemental Motor Company in the UK.

Apex Motors have now revealed the prototype of their highly innovative new EV hypercar, the AP-0. Designed by Guy Colborne who was responsible for the development of the AP-1, The new car has been developed and will be built in the UK at the company's premises.

The company has core specialisms in high performance automotive and Formula 1 race car engineering, vehicle dynamics and systems, advanced composites technology, vehicle design and styling and the team at Apex is at the cutting edge of automotive design.

Arc, is a new ground-breaking electric motorcycle company which takes a detour from the norm in search of fresh terrain and new frontiers. Based in Coventry, England, at the heart of the UK’s global-leading High-Performance Automotive Engineering cluster, the idea for Arc was born out of Jaguar Land Rover’s White Space ‘skunk works’, an innovation lab previously headed by Mark Truman. They have developed the unique Vector electric motorcycle which "is an incredible development in the next generation of motorcycle travel.”

Mark, now Arc's CEO and largest shareholder, is a purist biker and technology evangelist with a bold vision and blue-chip backing, who has brought together a dream team and put in motion an ambitious business plan.  A committed environmentalist, the designer and engineer won the Society of Automotive Engineers International Young Engineer of the Year Award in 2005 for his experimental work on motorcycle chassis and swing arm flex and design parameters. He has worked in motorsport as a data acquisition engineer, and has 35 years of motorcycling experience.

Arc's people have worked in senior positions within Aston Martin, KTM, Ducati, Triumph and MotoGP. Pioneers in their field, they’ve designed vehicles for James Bond, emergency rescue units, niche electric hypercar companies, and some of the finest vehicles to take to the track.

Production is targeting 399 motorcycles in year one. Three hundred and ninety-nine is the voltage of the bike.

Race car engineering. Quality components. Uniquely designed, beautifully made, with astonishing performance that surpasses practically any vehicle. This then is the essence of the Ariel Atom - no compromise, total driver involvement, the bottom line is stunningly serious fun.The original Ariel company started by making cars around the turn of the last century and later became well known as a builder of high powered motorbikes, which included the famous Ariel Arrow.

The Atom has been in production for over fifteen years at the purpose-built factory in Crewkerne, Somerset, and the latest versions of this car, the Atom 4, are built alongside the Ace motorbike and the all-terrain Nomad. They recently announced their ultra-fast Hipercar which will be built in limited numbers from 2024.

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