The Enfield 8000 had a tubular chassis frame with aluminium body panels. It used suspension parts from the Hillman Imp, the doors were adapted from the Mini and the rear axle was derived from Reliant three-wheelers.
The company was later incorporated into the Greek Neorion company (also owned by Mr. Goulandris) and production was transferred to the Greek island of Syros (the company having transformed into a new Greek company, Enfield-Neorion, headquartered in Piraeus). Ironically, it could not be legally sold in Greece due to tax categorization issues connected with its electric power, so all production was exported to the United Kingdom (only around 100 were manufactured). Enfield-Neorion developed some vehicles itself in Greece, including a "jeep" version of the 8000 model aiming at the rent-a-car market in the Greek islands. However, for the aforementioned reason, no sales were made in this country.