Below is a list of all Bristol Cars cars & models that have come out so far. This Bristol Cars vehicle model list includes photos of Bristol Cars vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Bristol Cars cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Examples of items on this list include Bristol Type 603 and Bristol 404 and 405 This list of car models made by Bristol Cars is a great way to see how Bristol Cars has evolved over the years. Bristol Cars types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- The Bristol 404 and Bristol 405 are British luxury cars which were manufactured by the Bristol Aeroplane Co. from 1953 to 1958. The models were successors to the Bristol 403. The 404 was a two seat coupé and the 405 was available as a four seat four door saloon and as a four seat two door drophead coupé. Unlike previous or later Bristol models, there is considerable confusion in nomenclature when it comes to the Bristol 404 and 405. The 404 was a very short-wheelbase version of the 405, but was introduced in 1953, whereas the 405 was not introduced until 1955 and continued until 1958. . The 405 itself was seen in two versions. The more common is a four-door saloon built on the standard... more on Wikipedia
- The Bristol Type 603 is a car which was launched in 1976, by British manufacturer Bristol Cars to replace the 411. With the 603 – introduced along with the Zagato-built 412 – the Bristol car underwent its first major facelift since the introduction of the 406 in the late 1950s. The classic three-box two-door saloon was replaced by a considerably more streamlined design with a much larger and more curved rear window. The manufacturer pointed out that the new car had more head, leg and shoulder room than any previous Bristol. The outdated style of door handle was updated. The original 603 was offered in two versions, largely owing to the energy crisis which increased fuel prices so that... more on Wikipedia
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Bristol 409 was the third series of cars from British manufacturer Bristol Cars powered by Chrysler V8 engines. It was actually introduced before the older Bristol 408 went out of production and only gradually supplanted that model after a year. There were a number of major changes to the chassis of the 409 compared to earlier Bristols. The springs were much softer than of the 408 or 407, so that the ride quality was much better. Following on from Chrysler's pioneering work in the early 1960s, Bristol fitted an alternating current alternator in place of the traditional direct current dynamo, which had proven difficult to drive at high engine speeds. Also a follow-up to previous work on... more on Wikipedia
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Bristol 410 was the fourth series of Chrysler V8-engined models from British manufacturer Bristol Cars. It was the last Bristol to use the 5.2 litre engine originally found in the Bristol 407. With the 410, Bristol aimed for a more aerodynamic approach than that found on their previous five series dating back to the 405. The styling improvements were relatively minor but every one of them was aimed to make for a more curved appearance. The most noteworthy change was that the front headlamps were fully faired into the wings of the car rather than protruding outwards as on previous models. As in every Bristol saloon since the 404, a compartment accessed via a hinged panel between the... more on Wikipedia