The Lynx is a car built by the British automaker Lea-Francis from 1960 to 1961. It was not very successful, and as a result, only three were produced.
The Lynx was shown to the public at the 1960 Earls Court Motor Show. It failed to impress any of the event's attenders, and no orders were received as a result. The Lea-Francis company abandoned its Lynx project shortly after.
It was fitted with a 2553cc six-cylinder Ford Zephyr engine capable of generating 107 to 149 bhp of power. The Lynx also featured Dunlop disc brakes, a rack and pinion steering rack, and a Triumph TR3 gearbox.