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CATEGORIES (articles) > Manufacturers > UK > Westfield Cars

Westfield Cars


A 1973 Westfield 7.
A Westfield XI.
A 1997 Westfield SEi

Westfield Sportscars are manufacturers of both factory built and kit versions of several two-seater, open top sportscars. Their main product line is a Lotus Seven inspired car - vehicles originally designed by Colin Chapman with only the bare essentials for motoring in order to give the rawest and most exhilarating driving experience. Whilst Caterham Cars bought the rights from Lotus Cars, Westfield set up a rival company and manufactured kits with very similar styling and construction. This led to successful litigation by Caterham in the 1980s which resulted in Westfield improving and changing the design of their cars.

Whilst externally sharing a common look, Westfield and Caterham cars are somewhatdifferent in construction. Westfield prefers to employ the same glass fibre bodymethod that Lotus has traditionally used for their other models such as the Elise,Esprit, and Elan, rather than the aluminium used by Caterham.

Westfield has also pioneered technical innovations such as Independent rear suspension and wider chassis, which other manufacturers have since adopted.

According to figures given to the magazine Total Kit Car, Westfield produces about 450 SEi and XTR chassis each year. ([1] index.php?option=com_content&task=vi ...)


Models

  • SEi
  • Megabusa
  • SEight
  • XTR2
  • XTR4
  • XI



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