Caparo Vehicle Technologies

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Caparo Vehicle Technologies
Private
IndustryAutomotive
Founded2006
Defunct2019
Headquarters,
ProductsSupercars
ParentCaparo
WebsiteCaparo V.T. Website
Caparo T1 at the 2006 British International Motor Show

Caparo Vehicle Technologies (CVT), formerly known as Freestream, was a British company that provided advanced technology development, materials engineering, and design services to automotive, motorsport and aerospace markets.[1] The company was founded under the name Freestream by Graham Halstead and Ben Scott-Geddes, former engineers that worked on the McLaren F1 project. In April 2006, under the guidance and lead from financier, Sean Butcher[2] the company was acquired by Caparo, and renamed Caparo Vehicle Technologies. The company went into administration in 2015[3] and was then liquidated and fully dissolved by 2019[4] Caparo Vehicle Technologies produced a sports car called the T1.

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  1. ^ "Caparo Vehicle Technologies". Retrieved 24 November 2007.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Freestream T1 Roadster: Less Is More". businessweek.com. 7 February 2006. Archived from the original on 22 May 2011. Retrieved 4 January 2011.
  3. ^ "Appointment of administrator". Companies House.
  4. ^ "Notice of move from Administration to Dissolution".

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