Caparo Vehicle Technologies

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Caparo Vehicle Technologies
Type Private
Industry Automotive
Founded 2006
Products Supercars
Parent Caparo
Website Caparo V.T. Website

Caparo Vehicle Technologies (CVT), formerly known as Freestream, is a British company that provides advanced technology development, materials engineering, and design services to automotive, motorsport and aerospace markets.[1] The company was originally founded under the name Freestream by Graham Halstead and Ben Scott-Geddes, former engineers that worked on the McLaren F1 project. In April 2006,[2] the company was acquired by Caparo, and renamed Caparo Vehicle Technologies. Caparo Vehicle Technologies is currently producing a sports car called the T1.

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  1. ^ "Caparo Vehicle Technologies". Retrieved 2007-11-24. 
  2. ^ "Freestream T1 Roadster: Less Is More". businessweek.com. February 7, 2006. Retrieved 4 January 2011. 

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