19 July 2004

Westfield is returning to the car that launched the company, with a limited run of 50 Westfield Elevens. The car, inspired by the 1950s Lotus Eleven, will be launched in £8995 kit form only, and is almost identical to the cars Westfield used to offer 22 years ago.

The Eleven uses the same MG Midget 1275cc engine, gearbox and rear axle as the 150 cars built between 1982 and 1988. The only changes are essential modifications for the car to pass Single Vehicle Approval regulations.

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