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Blenheim Speedster

Blenheim Speedster (United Kingdom, 2003)

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Debuted in 2003, the Bristol Blenheim Speedster belongs to the 1st generation of the Blenheim Speedster model. At a cost of £181.740, it marks the entry-level of the line-up. Powered by a 5900cc engine, the version has a power output of 355 hp. There’s no match for this engine in this series line-up. It makes the convertible (cabrio) the most powerful version so far. This Blenheim Speedster is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km/h in 5 seconds at a maximum speed of 257 km/h. This car is the fastest version of this series. It has the highest top speed in the line-up. The car is equipped with an automatic 4-speed gearbox and has a rear wheel drive layout. This convertible (cabrio) has room for 2 people. The 2-door Bristol Blenheim Speedster has 4674 mm in length with a wheelbase of 2890 mm, it is 1118 mm tall and 1752 mm wide. The Bristol features recirculating ball steering, and it wears disc brakes.

Note: This car profile refers to vehicles available in Portugal, Germany, USA and United Kingdom.


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