The Rover BRM Gas Turbine Car Le Mans Cabriolet 1963 is a unique and exclusive two-seater convertible that was built by the company in collaboration with British Racing Motors (BRM). This limited edition cabriolet was designed to celebrate the success of the BRM teams entry in the 1963 24 Hours of Le Mans car race. It was one of only twelve of its kind ever produced. This unique automobile is powered by a 130 hp Bristol Siddeley gas turbine engine coupled to a four-speed gearbox. This innovative drivetrain is believed by some to be the first and only gas turbine-powered automobile ever to enter Le Mans. The Rover BRM Gas Turbine Car Le Mans Cabriolet 1963 was the only factory model to be offered with the cabriolet body style, allowing the roof to be folded down to maximize the pleasure of open-air motoring. In addition to the innovative powertrain, the Rover BRM Gas Turbine Car Le Mans Cabriolet 1963 features a unique design aesthetic that combines traditional British styling with a modern aerodynamic shape. The exterior of the car is painted in an iconic dark green with white racing stripes, giving the vehicle a classic and timeless look. The interior is trimmed in luxurious dark green leather with contrasting stitching, adding a touch of sophistication to this unique motorcar. The high performance of the Rover BRM Gas Turbine Car Le Mans Cabriolet 1963 make it an ideal choice for the enthusiast who desires a unique and rare collectors car. The sound of its turbine engine combined with its luxurious and sporty styling create an unforgettable experience for any driver lucky enough to take the wheel. This extraordinary vehicle is a true rarity and an example of what can be accomplished when automotive engineering and design meet.
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