Vauxhall XVR

Vauxhall XVR -

The XVR was a concept car built by Vauxhall in 1966 and was originally shown at the 1966 Geneva Salon.

The XVR was designed by David Jones (the charismatic head of Vauxhall design during in the 1960s). The car featuring gullwing doors, pop-up headlights and all-independent suspension, the XVR's unique dash treatment was used to test reaction to ideas he had for the later Firenza.

The car is built on a custom chassis with all-independent suspension, disc brakes and a VX4/90 engine. In total three cars were made.

The VXR has made appearances at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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