The MBM Tourismo was a two-seater kit car built between 1961 and 1962. Only two known cars were built.
The Tourismo was basically a Heron Europa with slight design tweaks to the front area. The Europa had a steel backbone chassis and was fitted with disc brakes at the front and drums at the rear. The Europa GRP body was bonded to this chassis along with a plywood floor pan. It is unknown what, if anything, was different about the design of the MBM Tourismo’s mechanicals or body.
The engine in the MBM Tourismo was the Ford 105E’s 997cc straight-four OHV unit. The engine was front mounted with power being transferred to the rear wheels.