Vauxhall Equus

Vauxhall Equus -

The Vauxhall Equus was a concept car first presented by Vauxhall Motors in 1978.

The Equus was the last Vauxhall concept vehicle under the aegis of Cherry. It is an elegant but simple two-seater design based on the Panther Lima chassis, a typical, hand-built British roadster powered by a Vauxhall engine.

“That’s the most uncompromised design that I’ve ever worked on,” enthused Wayne Cherry. “It’s a pure graphic statement with sharp edges that define taut and tight surfaces.” Vauxhall did not resume its tradition of producing show cars until 2003.