Many headlines have already been written about the Revolution's visually spectacular, high-downforce body, and the technology used in creating a carbon-tub that is both energy and time-efficient in its production.

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Much has already been said about this being the first sports racer with a carbon tub that has a sub-£100k price tag, but perhaps less so about the class-leading safety, the quality of the components and the fit and finish, or the technology available to the driver via a bespoke steering wheel that allows the driver to control every aspect of car’s operation, while being able to monitor all performance parameters from the easy-to-read central screen.

The driver is the heart of this car, from the initial concept The Revolution was designed to deliver a driving and ownership experience like no other.  From intuitive and user-friendly handling, to long service life and detailed data acquisition, this car delivers value in all definitions of the word.

Extensive testing in both the UK and Portugal has continued all through the winter, where the car has met every criteria set by the development team. 

Every component has now endured well over 5,000 miles of testing in all conditions, ensuring confidence in reliability and performance.

The Revolution UK Trophy will run alongside the BARC Radical SR3 Trophy in the Sports Prototype Cup. 

Revolution Specification

  • Full Carbon monocoque

  • Carbon crashbox, diffusers & floor

  • 3.7l V6 with dry sump

  • Custom transmission with multi-plate differential 

  • Double-wishbone suspension, 3-way adjustable dampers

  • Bespoke F1-style steering wheel with integrated multi-function dash-display

  • Paddle-shift gear-change

  • 280mm floating discs / 4-pot calipers

  • 15” front & 16” rear wheels

  • Standard Car Price:  £ 98,650

Production began at the end of February and customer tests are available.

Test drivers Rob Wheldon and James Abbott reported themselves excited about how the car drives so early in its life.  The target performances were easily reached and both drivers were impressed by the car’s balance & ease of driving, the smoothness of the motor, chassis stability and lack of vibration.  The early reliability bodes well for the promised longevity of components with low running costs.

Race Hire Programme Launched


Hire drives are exclusively available for the UK Sports Prototype Cup in 2019, which begins at Silverstone on 27th April. Cars can be hired from top championship teams to allow you to try The Revolution before buying.  For more details, please contact Revolution directly. 

PR by Pitbox91 and Reeves PR in Birmingham

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