Here at Gardner Douglas we pride ourselves in producing unrivalled performance vehicles.
Uniquely British in design and engineering, the vision of the company was to combine the iconic looks of classic sports cars with sophisticated and class-leading technology. In doing this we have kept the spirit of these cars at the forefront of performance. An example of this is that our designers and engineers now use CAD modelling; this state-of-the-art technique ensures accuracy, quality and performance.
Every structure, component and system has been meticulously designed, engineered, tested and proven. We have produced this technical section to give you an idea of the commitment and confidence we put in to every one of our vehicles.
As Gardner Douglas develops and looks to the future, new design techniques are implemented, materials and manufacturing methods explored and concept vehicles envisioned. An example of this is using Computer Aided Design (CAD) to analyse structures, simulate component placement and render new body concepts.
Our talented pattern makers and GRP magicians recreated the ‘289’ in all its glory as a semi-monocoque construction, ready to drop on to our new chassis.
Again, our expert pattern makers and masters of GRP worked their magic and brought to life the GD427 Mk4; a wider, more aggressive Cobra.