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1964 Vauxhall GT

Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Right side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Left side
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Front end
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Front end
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - compared with '63 Aston Martin DB5
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
 Левая сторона с более короткой дверью и плоским задним крылом
Левая сторона с более короткой дверью и плоским задним крылом
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Правая сторона - Иные дверь, заднее крыло, присутствует выштамповка над задней колесной аркой
Правая сторона - Иные дверь, заднее крыло, присутствует выштамповка над задней колесной аркой
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - Design Process
Хорошо видна несимметричность заднего бампера
Хорошо видна несимметричность заднего бампера
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
Vauxhall GT Concept, 1964 - In the Luton Studios
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Стеклопластиковый макет спортивного автомобиля с несимметричным стайлингом. Правая и левая стороны отличаются формой дверей, задних крыльев и колесных арок.


The new Design & Engineering Centre became fully operational in February 1964 and cost Vauxhall £2.25m, a huge sum of money at the time, and was the most comprehensive unit of its type in the UK for the next twenty years. Within the centre the styling department occupied most of the first floor along the north side of the building. David Jones and his team really went to town on the interiordesign of the styling area, the choice of materials, furniture and fittings. The design area was split into two sections – the styling area and workshops. Large modern styling studios housed the design function – 3 for car exteriors, the others for car interiors, commercial vehicle cab design, advanced design and body development and research. In addition there was a much bigger auditorium or “appraisal” studio with a conference room and working boardroom at one end with one glass wall in order any vehicles under review maybe observed constantly throughout discussions. These opened out on to an exterior viewing terrace measuring 350ft in length and 70ft wide.

The workshop were used to build full size styling models with a metal shop, wood shop, glass fibre shop and a paint and soft trim shop. The total staff employed initially was about 140. Upon opening the HA was already in production as was the FB and its replacement, the FC 101, was already set to go into production. The initial clay mock ups for the PC were moved to the new building and work started on the replacements for the HA and FC. But in the advanced styling studio work started in late 1964 on a sports coupe based around the dimensions being laid out for the upcoming FD Victor but as can be seen from the pictures below some parts were used from a previous sports car project HAS65.
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