An improved Britannia, the Blenheim, came in 1993, and became and Blenheim 2 in 1998 and Blenheim 3 in 1999. Engine capacity was slightly down at 5898cc, dictated by the availability of the Chrysler unit, and the Torqueflite transmission now had four speeds, but the same design of box-section chassis, with steel frame supporting an aluminium body, followed many years of Bristol tradition. Production figures are not disclosed, but are believed to be less than 100 per year. Bristol has no need to advertise, and they have not taken a stand at a motor show since 1984.
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|150 mph||6.3 s||20 mpg||Blenheim 3|
|155 mph||5.4 s||20 mpg||Blenheim 3S|
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