The 1949 Vauxhall Velox Sedan is a classic saloon from the days of postwar British car manufacturing. Its timeless design covers a body of steel and chrome, and is finished with distinctive Vauxhall-branded details that give the vehicle a distinct vintage look. The Velox first hit the markets in 1949 as the companys first car to feature a unitary body and internal three-division chassis. Its durability, comfortable ride and attractive design make it the ideal choice for trips both long and short. Under the hood, the Velox packs a straight six engine with a compression ratio of 7.2:1 and a displacemnet of 2.262 liters. Coupled with a centrally mounted gearbox, automatic transmission, and three-speed syncromesh OD gearbox, the Velox can achieve speeds of up to 80 miles per hour. The vehicle offers impressive power thanks to its 85 brake horsepower this is combined with excellent durability and reliability, making the Velox appealing to drivers who want a steady and long- lasting cruiser. More than just performance, the Velox Sedan can boast of a lavish interior for its time. The cabin is fitted with a comfortable two-tone colourscheme and high quality trim that make it feel opulent and luxurious. The back seats have been ergonomically designed for optimal comfort and adjustable headrests provide a supportive and relaxed ride. The vehicles high-end features such as an impressive electrical system, adjustable individual heaters, a cigarette lighter and an atmospheric hazard warning system make it safe and convenient for passengers. The 1949 Vauxhall Velox Sedan is an iconic British car that stands the test of time with its delightful styling, reliable performance and luxurious interior. Its combination of powerful engineering and vintage charm make it an excellent choice for any collector.
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