Expertly hand crafted by recently established British Sportscar manufacture, Mirage Automotive Developments. The Mirage GT is a combination of iconic classical styling and 21st century engineering and manufacturing. Innovatively designed and built to be as good on the road or track, as it is to look at.

Remaking history

Not only have we created the visual appearance of a classic, we have also tried to transport you back to the 60’s with all the sensations that go with it.
The smell of the leather interior, the thin wooden rimmed steering wheel giving real feedback from the unassisted steering rack.
The sound from the purpose designed exhaust giving a low down rumble and a high pitched scream at high revs.
The complete involvement using the traction and enjoying exceeding it.
We really feel that we have created the complete dream car but with modern reliability.


Type: BMW M52/M54 double overhead cam
Construction: Straight 6 light-alloy block
Displacement: 2494cc – 2979cc
Gearbox: Manual 5/6 speed
Differential: e46 optional LSD (recommended)
Fuel Capacity: 65 litres (14.3 gal)
Body: 1 piece fibreglass shell, separate opening panels
Chassis: Mild Steel multi-tubular backbone structure with additional front and rear crumple zones and roll over bar. Rotary laser cut and coded TIG welded with a 2 stage primer/powder coating.
Length: 4165mm (164.0 in)
Width: 1500mm (59.1 in)
Height: 1255mm (49.4 in)
Wheelbase: 2400mm (94.5 in)
Track: 1354mm (53.5 in)
Kerb weight: 950kg (2,094 lb)
Weight Distribution: Front: 49.8% Rear: 50.2%
Steering: Rack and Pinion: 2.25 turns lock to lock
Suspension: Double wishbones all round. Pro-tech springs and dampers, fully adjustable.
Brakes: Front: 280mm Vented Hi-Spec discs 4 pot callipers Rear: 280mm Hi-Spec discs 2 pot callipers Pads: EBC all round
Wheels: 15” x 6” Alloy or Stainless rims
Tyres: 185/15” Dunlop, Pirelli, Michelin or Blockley

Availability and pricing

The Mirage GT can be ordered as a Production/Turnkey car that is fully registered and ready to drive away, or as a kit to build yourself in your own time. Use the following links to find out more information about production cars or building a kit.