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Westfield Sportscars from Kingswinford is a British manufacturer of kit cars reminiscent of the famous Lotus Seven in their design.
Founded in 1982 by Chris Smith, the company's first car was a replica of the Lotus Eleven racing roadster.
The firm then proceeded to produce a replica of the Lotus Seven in the form of self-assembly kits.
However, since 1973, the design rights to the Lotus Seven belonged to Caterham Cars, which sued Chris Smith for infringement.
The dispute was settled out of court when Smith agreed to redesign his cars.
Particularly in 1985.
The Westfield SE received a fiberglass body made in the same way as other Lotus models (Elise, Esprit and Elan), while Caterham continued to build aluminum bodies.
The Westfield also featured a wider chassis and independent rear suspension.
In 1991, Chris Smith went even further and developed the Westfield SEiGHT, a high-performance modification of the iconic sports car with a 3. 9-liter Rover V8 engine.
In parallel with it, a cheaper 4-cylinder Westfield SEi model was produced with units from the Mazda MX-5 Miata.
It was followed by other kit cars such as SDV (Single Donor Vehicle), which used parts from a single donor: from the Ford Sierra, from the Honda S2000 and even from the Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle.
In the early 2000s the company annually produced about 450 SEi and XTR (motorcycle-powered ultra-light racing car) chassis.
In 2006, Westfield became part of Potenza Sports Cars Ltd, which also bought GTM Cars a year later.
In 2009, Westfield achieved niche small-series automaker status with the Sport Turbo, which is a replica of the Lotus Seven with a Vauxhall 1. 6-liter turbo engine producing 200 hp.
Since 2011, its electric Sport-E version has been available.