Here’s BMC’s heritage & releases museum, including every car we made since our start at a post war joint venture between a failed british parts manufacturer and a brazilian design studio (MV Design). MV Design was responsible for most of the design, while the now called Bridgell Motor Company would be producing and selling the vehicles, and also being responsable for the design of the vehicles focused on the transportation/fleet/service market. The vehicles here aren’t in chronological order.
1995 Bridgell Avallante: A small sedan for 3rd world markets, with some european inspiration
1995 Bridgell Cammomilla: A tiny city car focused on young drivers. Unfortunally, the world wasn’t ready for it’s avant garde looks, so it was quickly discontinued.
1978 Bridgell Kengha: The single worst car on automationverse. It was hard to find customers for it, but surprisingly it got more than 120 points on Budget Family in Archana!
This is the Bridgell Flatt Eco, one of the most boring things you could drive in 1996. Well, this base version at least. It proved to be just what Bridgell needed for a image revamping. By the name, you’ve already might had figured out that it had a flat four engine, one of the few interesting layouts in the brand’s history.
That’s the GT version of the Flatt, now you have more power on the 2.5l Boxer, a sportier tuned suspension and gearbox, bigger brakes, alloy wheels, fog lights, a small spoiler, a sportier front grill and bumper, traction control and a nicer interior.
The GTD version of the Flatt. It adds a 4WD drivetrain, better wheels and a recalibrated suspension.Also a sportier hood, even more agressive front bumber, a wing, and a ventilated rear bumper.
And the version everybody was waiting for! The GTT is offered only on a sportier 2 door coupe body, with race bumpers, wing and hood made from our own blend of FRP, a Twin-Turbocharged 2.5 engine, sport interior and suspension, bigger brakes and beautifull golden wheels. This version is a homologation special for our entry at the ARC (Automationverse Rally Championship), so a limited number of cars is certain.
2 Versions of the Flatt, a wagon and a pickup (with a chrome wrap)
1982 Gavril Barstow/Bridgell Omnibus. This car was sold in Gasmea and Fruinia with this respective names. A small coupe with a 2.2 Turbo engine trying to revive an old muscle car image.
This is the Bridgell Go Getter. A small monocoque pickup with a turbo 1.8 engine. I know, all wrong for a truck, but that’s how the new trucks are coming out here in Brasil. Highly based on Fiat Toro’s specs.
The Bridgell Horizon was a 50’s premium car, with coupe, sedan and wagon variations. A race version was built for promoting the vehicle, but it didn’t had much success.
Bridgell Horizon - Sports Coupe V8.car (49.6 KB)
Bridgell Horizon - Sedan V8.car (50.4 KB)
Bridgell Horizon - Wagon V8.car (61.3 KB)
Bridgell Horizon - Racing Coupe.car (37.3 KB)
For entering a new decade, in 1989 the third generation of the Joy is presented. Boasting a revised version of the known and loved Lamp 1300 engine, on probably it’s last iteration, and driving dynamics sure to surprise even the most exigent driver, bringing, as it’s name inplies, lots of driving joy. Starting at only 8744$, it will sure be able to bring joy and independence to even the thinniest walleted citizen. A new torsion beam rear suspension is presented on this generation, making it the best handling Joy ever. Come feel the Joy at any of the thousands of Bridgell dealerships though Europe!
An always more to come.