Thursday, June 03, 2010

Alvis Car Production Set For Coventry Return

One of the famous car companies from the last century looks like it will be making a return to Coventry thanks to ex-employees who formed Red Triangle. They now own the Alvis brand and if plans go well, the company could bring back the iconic Coventry car.

First produced in Coventry in 1920, Alvis manufactured around 22,000 cars in the city until it was taken over by Rover in 1967 and the Holyhead plant eventually closed. Since then Red Triangle have been restoring and supplying genuine Alvis components, while increasing the number of skilled technicians employed at the company. Currently based in Kenilworth, the company now owns The Alvis Car Company Ltd name and enthusiasts can look forward too a new era for Alvis.

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