GS cars Automotive Manufacturer
From Warmley, Bristol; United Kingdom from 1975 to 1980
GS Cars is a British company in the automotive and former sports automobile manufacturer. The brand name was GS .
The Bristol company was a dealer in Lotus Cars vehicles in 1970 . The production of automobiles and kits began at Warmley, Bristol in 1975 under the direction of Bernard Gray. A vehicle was presented in 1975 at the Earls Court Motor Show. In total, about 15 copies were made. 1980 ended car production. The company is still active today.
The model GS Europa , designed by the designer William Towns . It was based on the Lotus Europe . Folding headlights were mounted on the front of the vehicle . The rear also differed significantly from the original model and enabled a much better all-round visibility. In the last year of production, a complete vehicle cost £5250 .
- Engine Cosworth Ford BDA 4 in line 1600cc 165 b.h.p.
- Dry sump+oil cooler
- Twin Dellorto's
- 5 speed synchromesh gearbox
- Power Assistance Vacuum Servo
- Steering Type Rack & pinion
- Front: Independent by wishbones/coils
- Rear: Independent by links/radius arms
- length 4,140mm: 163"
- Width 1,677mm: 66"
- Height 1,100mrn: 431/4"
- Metallic colours
- Opus Ignition
- uprated suspension
- Dashboard and Upholstery pack
- 8" road wheels