Automotive manufacturer of New Zealand From 1994 to 2012.
The company started in 1984 under the direction of Evan Fray with the production of automobiles. based on Chevron Cars . By 1996, 218 vehicles had already been built some for race use, and some of which were exported to Australia , Japan and New Guinea .
The company names the models first the Classic a Lotus Seven style car. the Aprisa , and in 1997 the Cypher.
On offer are sports cars, which can also be used in car racing. The first model had a ladder frame of 38 mm diameter tubes. Front suspension and rear axle came from Vauxhall Viva .
Different four-cylinder engines from Ford with 1,600 cc displacement and Toyota over a 4.4-liter engine Leyland Motor Corporation of Australia to V8 engines from Ford with 5000 cc engine drove to the vehicles. the later Ls engines and the model Aprisa used a Mazda RX-7 drivetrain and carbon fibre composite chassis.
Production ended in around 2012.