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The Reliant company, located in the British city of Tamworth (Staffordshire), is known for its Regal and Robin three-wheeled cars.
They were produced consecutively from 1952 to 2001. and were in high demand among those who did not want to pay high taxes on the purchase of four-wheeled vehicles.
In the 60s. the four-wheeled sports cars Saber and Scimitar appeared in the Reliant lineup.
Most of these machines had fiberglass bodies, in which Reliant became the leader in the British market.
The firm also had joint projects with foreign enterprises Autocars (Israel), Otosan (Turkey), MEBEA (Greece) and Sipani (India).
From the 60s to the 90s. Reliant Motor Co. was the second largest British automaker after British Leyland (Rover), but the crisis in the industry also affected its financial condition.
Reliant is part of Beans Engineering and sells the rights to Metrocab to Hooper.
New management launches redesigned Reliant Scimitar Saber roadster powered by Rover's 1.4-liter naturally aspirated engine.
Total from 1984 to 1995. 1507 units were sold. Reliant Scimitar SS1/Sabre.
The next owner of the Reliant brand is the Avonex Group, led by Jonathan Haynes.
In 1998, the three-wheeled Reliant Robin was completely updated, remaining the only model of the company.
Reliant stops car production and starts importing French Ligier microcars and Piaggio Ape motorcycles to the UK.
The last Reliant Robin of the 65th Anniversary Series sold for GBP 10,000 on Valentine's Day.
Two months later, Sandbury-based B&N Plastics attempted to relaunch a microcar, designated the Robin BN-1, which was equipped with power windows, a stereo system and leather upholstery.
In 2002, it abandoned this project.
For 66 years (1935-2001), about 2 million cars were sold under the Reliant brand.