Kieft Cars

The Kieft Cars Limited in Wolverhampton (Staffordshire ) was a British automobile manufacturer.


Cyril Kieft had specialized in 1950 on the production of Formula 3 and other racing sports cars. From 1953 also road-going roadster were produced with engines of different suppliers.

At the London Motor Show in autumn 1954, Kieft the 1100 CC ago with inboard engine from Coventry Climax. He had a plastic body, a race proven tubular frame chassis and independent suspension and a four-cylinder engine with overhead camshaft, 1098 cc, 72 hp ( 53 kW ) and a top speed of 180 km / h

From 1956 to 1961, Kieft turned back to the design of vehicles, which were intended exclusively for racing.