The original Bandit was first shown at the 1960 Motorshow, marking a departure from the brand’s roots of two stroke front wheel drive cars to its first rear wheel drive car using the then current powertrain from the Ford Anglia.
The 2020 Bandit follows the tradition, using Ford’s latest powertrain, but this time using Ford’s 2.3l ecoboost turbo engine mounted in mid-engine configuration with a 6-speed transverse gearbox.
A fully electric Bandit Roadster will also be available.
The new Berkeley Bandit Roadster will be built using our own bio-chassis design made of plant-based materials, with flax replacing carbon fibre and sticky tree resins replacing the chemical resins used traditionally.
Quintessential British classic car styling. The Berkeley Bandit Roadster.
BERKELEY BANDIT ROADSTER