in a class of its own
Owning a unique, sleek, high performance sports car is something most of us can only dream of. However, the head-turning Vortex GTT puts style and performance well within reach.
Available as a fully-finished car, customised to your own specifications, or as a self-build project, the Vortex GTT combines power, handling and style. And, if your interested in alternative power, the GT-EV version has been developed to follow the latest trends.
One customer's Volvo-powered GTV featured on YouTube's 'Fast Furious and Funny'
Excellent feature on one of our customers testing his 300bhp self-built Vortex GTV at the Santa Pod Raceway.
VORTEX GTT & GT-EV SPORTS CARs
Vortex is a beautiful head-turning design created by accomplished UK design and engineering professionals. Vortex's DNA is as a result of significant expertise acquired with iconic British brands such as Jaguar, Jensen, Rover, Rolls Royce and TVR as well industry giants: Ford and GM.
Borrowing from 25 years experience building racing cars that won no fewer than eight UK championships, the Vortex is a 2-seat mid-engine coupe. Independent front wishbones and De Dion rear suspension ensure it grips to the road, whilst aircon and electric windows enhance the experience.
Engine options for the Vortex GTT include the Ford Ecoboost 2.3 litre engined producing 350bhp. This delivers 0-60mph of around 4.2 seconds. And if you're more interested in electric power, the Vortex GT-EV prototype can pull 0-60mph in around 4 seconds.
VORTEX GT-EV: The future is Electric
Vortex GT-EV is the perfect vehicle for electric drive
Vortex have built a single Electric Vehicle (GT-EV) currently in daily use. We now have the potential to further develop the GT-EV model (both technically and visually) to keep pace with the evolution of the electric sports car market.
More about the car
The Vortex was designed by ex-Jaguar designer, Chris Greville-Smith. The design was then modelled by one of the world's foremost automotive styling studios. Altogether, we value Vortex design and development at in excess of £750,000.
The body is made of composites and excellent moulding allows for a truly beautiful paint finish. The chassis is based on a proven racing principles and provides an on the road weight of under 1150 kg. Front wishbones and De Dion rear suspension give the car real grip on the road.