Triumph Vitesse

The Triumph Vitesse was introduced in 1962 as an in-line 6 cylinder performance version of the Triumph Herald small saloon. Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti was approached to style the Vitesse and he came up with a car that used almost all of the body panels from the Herald. The vitesse did have a new front end with a slanted 4 headlamp design. The Vitesse 6 was deemed the most popular model in the Vitesse lifetime due to its performance and reasonale fuel economy. The Vitesse had almost no rivals for its price and ability to perform like a sports car but with room for a family. The convertible version was virtually unique in its market and another 4 seater sports convertible from a British manufacturer would not be seen again for several years until the arrival of the Triumph Stag.

At Classic Triumph Sports Cars we are a classic Triumph specialist and our aim is to provide a full range of services including Triumph maintenance and repair. Take a look at our sales section for the current selection of used classic Triumph sports cars available.


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