Below is a list of all British Leyland Motor Corporation cars & models that have come out so far. This British Leyland Motor Corporation vehicle model list includes photos of British Leyland Motor Corporation vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old British Leyland Motor Corporation cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Austin Allegro and Mini Moke are included on this poll, along with many more. This list of car models made by British Leyland Motor Corporation is a great way to see how British Leyland Motor Corporation has evolved over the years. British Leyland Motor Corporation types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- The Austin Allegro is a small family car manufactured by British Leyland under the Austin name from 1973 until 1982. The same vehicle was built in Italy by Innocenti between 1974 and 1975 and sold as the Innocenti Regent. In total, 642,350 Austin Allegros were produced during its ten-year production life, most of which were sold on the home market.... more on Wikipedia
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Mini Moke is a vehicle based on the Mini designed for the British Motor Corporation by Sir Alec Issigonis. The name comes from "Mini"—the car with which the Moke shares many parts—and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The Moke has been marketed under various names including Austin Mini Moke, Morris Mini Moke and Leyland Moke. The initial design was a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep, but its small wheels and low ground clearance made it impractical as an off-road vehicle. It was subsequently offered in a civilian version as a low-cost, easily maintained utility vehicle. The Moke finally achieved success as a beach buggy—becoming... more on Wikipedia
- Rover SD1 is both the code name and eventual production name given to a series of executive cars built by British Leyland, under the Rover marque. It was produced through its Specialist, Rover Triumph and Austin Rover divisions from 1976 until 1986, when it was replaced by the Rover 800. The SD1 was marketed under various names including Rover 3500, Rover 2300 and Rover Vitesse. In 1977 it won the European Car of the Year title. In "SD1", the "SD" refers to "Specialist Division" and "1" is the first car to come from the in-house design team. The range is sometimes wrongly referred to as "SDi". The SD1 can be considered as the last "true" Rover, being the final Rover-badged vehicle to be... more on Wikipedia
- The Austin Apache was a small family car which was produced by British Leyland Motor Corporation's South African subsidiary, Leykor, between November 1971 and 1978. The Apache was the last ADO16 car to be produced. The Spanish Authi subsidiary also built a version of the car, called the Austin Victoria, at its Pamplona plant between 1972 and 1975.... more on Wikipedia