Below is a list of all Sunbeam Car Company cars & models that have come out so far. This Sunbeam Car Company vehicle model list includes photos of Sunbeam Car Company vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Sunbeam Car Company cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Everything from Sunbeam Tiger to Sunbeam Alpine is included on this list. This list of car models made by Sunbeam Car Company is a great way to see how Sunbeam Car Company has evolved over the years. Sunbeam Car Company types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesSunbeam Thirty-five was a car produced by Sunbeam.... more
Sunbeam 3-litreThe Sunbeam 3-litre is a heavy sports car introduced by Sunbeam in October 1924 at the London Motor Show, and was offered until 1930. It was seen at the time and subsequently as the retort of Louis Hervé Coatalen, Sunbeam's energetic chief engineer, to the Bentley 3 Litre which by then was beginning to make its mark, having won at Le Mans earlier that year. The Sunbeam's engine was of 2,920 cc, distributed between six cylinders. It featured inclined valves operated via easily adjustable tappet levers by two overhead camshafts, an important innovation at the time. The detailed design of the engine followed many of the principles of the engines which were gathering plaudits for the company on... more
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Sunbeam Rapier is an automobile produced by the Rootes Group from 1955 to 1976, in two different body-styles, the "Series" cars and the later fastback shape, part of the "Arrow" range. The first generation Rapier was the first of the "Audax" range of light cars produced by the Rootes Group, in this instance as part of their Sunbeam marque. Announced at the London Motor Show in October 1955, it preceded its Hillman Minx and Singer Gazelle counterparts which were not introduced until 1956. A four-seat, two door hardtop coupé – designated Series I with the introduction of the Series II in 1958 – it was different from the Sunbeam Mark III, the car it would eventually replace. Although... more
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesSunbeam 16 was a car produced by Sunbeam.... more