From the original Mini to the best modern day offerings from the likes of Land Rover, Rolls-Royce and McLaren, the small island of Great Britain has punched well above its weight by producing some hugely impressive cars in its time. Auto Express set itself the unenviable task of naming the best British-built car of all-time, taking into account sales success, groundbreaking design and unbeatable performance. So, scroll down to see our Best of British countdown of the top 50 cars ever to roll off factory production lines in Great Britain For an entire generation of drivers, the Triumph Herald will forever hold a special place in their hearts as the car in which they learned to drive. Throughout its year run, it was the first choice for driving schools due to its great visibility and easy-to-use controls, plus its party trick — a 7.
When you look back over the history of the car, British manufacturers have produced some of the most beautiful, exciting and fun cars in history. While many of these famous brands are now a thing of the past, or part of some giant multinational conglomerate, the cars they built continue to be coveted by enthusiasts and collectors across the globe. So here is our list of the ten best British classic cars of all time. But first…. There have been so many different models over the years, what does it take to make a car a classic?
The original Mini is the best British car ever built, according to a survey of Autocar readers. It comes as little surprise that the original Mini has topped the list of all-time British greats. The Mini is associated with Great Britain around the world and, in many ways, it was ahead of its time. But just what constitutes a British car?