BRISTOL Blenheim 3G 2002 - Present
Bristol introduced the new Blenheim 3G in 2002, offering its customers a new bi-fuel variant of its long-time model. This new medium-size luxury saloon car featured compact exterior dimensions and came with redesigned pillars for improved outward vision. Car's interior offered plenty of leg and head room and was fitted with leather armchairs, integral headrests support and a high-class trim. Also, for the best weight distribution and lowest center of gravity possible, Britsol mounted both its engine and battery (also spare wheel and other masses) within car's wheelbase. The Blenheim 3G was powered by a 5.9L V8 unit - mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission - and scored an impressive 6.3 seconds on the 0-60 mph sprint.
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