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    A revived Bristol Cars plans to launch updated versions of the Fighter and 411 before launching a new sports car.

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    Jay Leno shows off a beautiful Bristol 403

    Discover the fascinating history of British brand Bristol in the latest episode of “Jay Leno's Garage.”

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    Bristol’s Project Pinnacle revealed as Bullet speedster

    There’s been a lot of interest in recent years surrounding the return of TVR, but it isn’t the only niche British sports car marque making a comeback. Another is Bristol Cars, the maker of the Viper V-10-powered Fighter which sadly bowed out of the market in 2011. Bristol today unveiled...

  • Teaser for Bristol Project Pinnacle sports car
    BMW-powered Bristol Project Pinnacle sports car coming soon

    There’s been a lot of interest in recent years surrounding the return of TVR, but that's not the only niche British sports car marque making a comeback. Another is Bristol Cars, the maker of the Viper V-10-powered Fighter which sadly bowed out of the market in 2011. Bristol is currently...

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    New Bristol Sports Car To Feature BMW Power

    Revived British sports car company Bristol Cars has chosen to equip its new model with a BMW powerplant. The car Bristol first announced late last year and referred to as “Project Pinnacle” is set to launch sometime this year. Bristol only built a handful of cars during the 2000s which...

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    Bristol Cars confirms 2 new models

    If you’re outside the U.K., you’ve probably never heard of Bristol Cars, the company that once turned out a Viper V-10-powered grand tourer known as the Fighter. Bristol began as an aircraft manufacturer but in 1945 diversified into car production. However, right up until its demise in...

  • Frazer-Nash Namir concept car

    Back in 2011, we heard that historic British automaker Bristol Cars was working on an electric supercar capable of reaching speeds close to 200 mph. The fact that the company had declared itself insolvent only a few months prior to the supercar rumors left us with some major doubts, however. Fast forward to today, and Bristol Cars, currently owned by holding company Kamkorp Group, which also owns Frazer-Nash Research, the company responsible for 2009’s striking Namir electric supercar concept, is reportedly close to unveiling its own electric supercar--and this one's said to be...

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    Bristol Cars Working On 200 MPH Electric Supercar?

    Bristol Cars, the U.K.'s perennial low-volume, low-profitability carmaker may be delving into somewhat uncharted waters: construction of a 200-mph electric supercar. But will anyone care? If it's truly a supercar, in terms of looks, luxury, and handling in addition to outright speed, very likely...

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    Bristol Cars Bankrupt After 65 Year Run

    The U.K.'s Bristol Cars may not be on the tip of every wagging social media tongue these days, especially here in the U.S., but it has produced some remarkable cars over the years. Unfortunately, unless it finds an angel to keep it going, it may be going under. Bristol has entered administration...

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    Bristol Fighter Gets Twin-Turbo V-10

    Bristol Cars is a manufacturer of hand-built luxury cars based in Filton, near Bristol in the U.K. Their annual output is less than 150 cars per year, but the company has made some fiery models in its past, which includes its Fighter supercar. First released back in 2004, the Fighter is powered by...

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