Voodoo (Normandale Products )
Voodoo was a British automotive kit car brand from 1971 to 1973 from Normandale Products in Long Itchington Warwickshire.
The Voodoo was based on the Hillman Imp , whose four-cylinder in-line engine with 875 cc also installed in the rear. The chassis had an extremely low and long fiberglass body designed by former Chrysler stylists Geoff Neale and John Arnold .
The folding headlights and the dome-shaped windshield defined the front view, so the car resembled from behind a mid-engine sports car like a Ferrari, The entire glass dome and the steering wheel could be folded forward to allow entry into the only 889 mm high vehicle. Parts of the chassis and the disc brakes came from the Vauxhall Viva HA , the tank from the Ford Anglia .
In 1971, the car was presented at the Earl's Court Motor Show ; In 1973 he was on the Olympia Racing Car Show . Only two copies were built, a third started. After the tragic death of Arnold, the activities were discontinued. In 1981 an attempt was made to revive the project, but to no avail.
Automotive manufacturer of Warwickshire.Great Britain from 1971 to 1973.