Wildcat Automotive are both automotive engineers and successful competitors in off-road motorsport. Indeed, their Managing Director has been involved in this sport for over 25 years. A few years ago, the original company QT Services aquired the rights to build and sell the Wildcat, an awesome off-road racer, from its originator Drew Bowler. Since then they have constantly developed and improved the Wildcat. They now build the current model the Wildcat W1 from their factory in Cornwall together with a new addition to the range, the LSV320 a specialist military vehicle. They are now in the process of developing the Wildcat W22, a totally new version of the W1.
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The XCS 427, a carefully designed and built visual replica of the iconic 1960's sports car, is the brainchild of two engineers Peter Walker and Gary Saunders, who have worked together for over twenty years on various successful projects. Notably, they are also responsible for developing the patented Camber Compensation and Anti-Roll system, CC&AR which is an innovative update on the double-wishbone supsension set-up and is incorporated into the XCS 427.
Young Driver Motor Cars Limited™ is a division of Young Driver™ (established in 2009), which itself is the UK's largest provider of pre-17 age group driving lessons with 45 UK training centres. This division was created to develop and produce the world's first purpose-built electric car specifically designed for 5-10 year olds and in particular for them to learn to drive in.
The car, known as the Firefly, was premiered at the Gadget Show Live 2016, where members of the public were given the opportunity to drive one of four prototype chassis and provide feedback in the final development phase. Children have been involved throughout the development of Firefly, working with the designers and engineers to ensure that it provides a realistic driving experience.
The Firefly has been designed and is manufactured in the Midlands.
The ultimate aim is to give youngsters a greater insight in terms of road safety. By getting behind the wheel of a car, and tackling some day to day situations like junctions, passing cyclists and reversing, this age group will have a much clearer idea of how to protect themselves as pedestrians or on their bikes.