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.
- The Sunbeam Tiger is a high-performance V8 version of the British Rootes Group's Sunbeam Alpine roadster, designed in part by American car designer and racing driver Carroll Shelby and produced from 1964 until 1967. Shelby had carried out a similar V8 conversion on the AC Cobra, and hoped to be offered the contract to produce the Tiger at his facility in America. Rootes decided instead to contract the assembly work to Jensen at West Bromwich in England, and pay Shelby a royalty on every car produced. Two major versions of the Tiger were built: the Series I was fitted with the 260 cu in Ford V8; the Series II, of which only 633 were built in the final year of Tiger production, was fitted... more
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Sunbeam Alpine is a sporty two-seat open car from Rootes Group's Sunbeam car marque. The original was launched in 1953 as the first vehicle from Sunbeam-Talbot to bear the Sunbeam name alone since the 1935 takeover of Sunbeam and Talbot by the Rootes Group.... more
- The Sunbeam Talbot 90 was a sporting car built by the Rootes Group in Ryton Coventry under their Sunbeam-Talbot brand. The car was launched in 1948 along with the smaller-engined Sunbeam-Talbot 80 but many features dated back to the pre war Sunbeam-Talbot 2 Litre. The body was completely new and available as a four-door saloon or two-door drophead coupé. The saloon featured a "pillarless" join between the glass on the rear door and the rear quarter window. The car went through three versions before the name was changed to Sunbeam MkIII in 1954. It was the last car to bear the Sunbeam-Talbot name.... more
- Photo: uploaded by BojanglesSunbeam-Talbot 80 was a car produced by Sunbeam.... more