The AF2 was a car made by Ilinga in 1975.
The car was first presented at the 1975 Melbourne Motor Show, the AF-2 was a potential luxury sports car, built to compete with the likes of Porsche and Aston Martin.
The AF2 was the company's only model and only two examples were produced, despite having fifteen customers order one.
The 1973 oil crisis and high price tag chased many potential customers away, as well as Australia's lack of automotive history.
It was powered by a Leyland P76 engine modified to 220 horsepower. This engine was sourced from Rover. Plans for a four-door model in 1974 were scrapped before the factory was abandoned with broken Borg-Warner gearboxes littering the floor, as the transmission manufacturer refused to provide further assistance.
The two AF-2 models constructed featured a digital clock, a delay switch which extinguished the lights and locked the doors if the driver didn't do so, a self-seeking cassette player with radio, electric windows, and a fully integrated air conditioning unit . One AF-2 resides in Museum Victoria, in Melbourne.
The other was reportedly used as a daily driver by a fast food restaurant owner and re-painted green (the original colour of both units was a very light powder blue). It awaits restoration.