The Tornado Typhoon was a kit car that was built between 1957 and 1960.

The Typhoon's body was fitted to a custom chassis that was set up for BMC, Triumph or Ford Anglia engines. Popular engines were the Ford 933cc straight-four side-valve unit and the Ford 1172cc straight-four side-valve unit. The Typhoon had a top speed of 85 mph and could reach 60mph from a standstill in 13.6 seconds.

The Typhoon was available in a few different body configurations, including roadster, coupe, and sportbrake. The bodies were made from fibreglass. The chassis was of the tubular, ladder-type frame.

Around 400 cars of all variants were produced.