The radiator was hidden beneath the bodywork to improve aerodynamics and the Vanguard engine was replaced with the 1991 c.c. Triumph TR2 unit providing 90 b.h.p at 4800 r.p.m. 0 to 60 m.p.h. was now 13.3 seconds and top speed was just over 100 m.p.h. The car cost £585 plus the inevitable £244. 17. 6d British purchase tax. You could even have a heater for £8. 12s!