Eagle Cars Ltd is an English car manufacturing company. It was founded in 1981 and did not last long, only 15 years. The company was located in West Sussex. The company was originally run by Allen Breeze, but the company has changed ownership more than once since its foundation. In 1988, Eagle changed its location and moved to Sorrington. In 1989, the founder of the company sold it to Rob Budd, which again led to the move of the company, this time to the village of Wolburton.
During its existence, the company released the Eagle SS model. In the external features of the car, its similarities with the VW Beetle were visible. But compared to this standard model, the Eagle SS was recognized as an improved and modernized one. The company later designed a special front engine chassis for this model.
An analogue of the Jeep, the Jeep RV model was designed based on the Ford Cortina. An RV 4X4 four-wheel drive model based on the Daihatsu Fourtrak was also released. The company later released a two-door convertible based on the Ford Sierra. The last Eagle brand to be released was the Stendetto, a twin of the Ferrari F40, a sports car based on the American Pontiac Fiero.
The firm was closed in 1996.
Already in 1998, the process of selling cars also ceased, but production ended much earlier.