The original production version of the Bristol GT will be unveiled at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, with the production version to cost less than £ 200.000, as stated by the president and owner of Bristol, Kamal Siddiqi. The Bristol Motors was bought in 2011 from Kamkorp Autokraft which is a subsidiary of Frazer Nash, a company specialized in the manufacturing of hybrid and electric cars.
It has the same size as a Bentley Continental and mechanically it will be equipped with the plug-in engine of Giugiaro Namir Concept. This consists of four motors of a total capacity of 270 kW which are fitted to the front wheels, but also from a Wankel petrol engine of 814cc, producing a total of 370 horsepower. It can complete the 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and it has a top speed of 300 km/h.
The production version is expected to be unveiled in the coming years with the company wanting to sell “a few hundreds” each year.