Originally introduced in 1966, the single seater Grand Prix retains the octagonal nose shape first seen on the Watsonian Sports sidecar of 1930, giving it a timeless appearance. Standard body colour is black or white, with many other finishes available.
The body is made from fibreglass with a polished gelcoat finish. Traditional polished aluminium beading is fitted on the nose and cast luggage rails on the boot lid.
This model has a hinged, locking boot lid, upholstered bucket seat and cast aluminium footplate. The chassis is made from tubular steel, all joints are welded for strength and it is epoxy powder coated for durability.
The wheel is controlled by hydraulic suspension, with a rising rate spring, for a smooth ride, and is available in a choice of Classic 10″ steel, Jubilee 16″ with stainless steel spokes or DL 10″ alloy options.
Tonneau cover supplied as standard.
There are two variations on the Grand Prix Design; the GP700 has a wide body and will carry an adult and child or two children. The GP Manx is a lighter shorter version.