The Vauxhall SRV, the Styling Research Vehicle, was a concept car designed in 1970 and exhibited in London in October 1970. The car featured a transversely mid mounted engine and the car was constructed in GRP (glass reinforced plastic). The SRV featured an aerofoil nose, to help aerodynamics, an electric levelling system at the rear, and a pump to distribute fuel around the car’s various fuel tanks. Although the car appeared to have 2 doors, infact in had 4 doors and 4 seats. The cars controls were mounted in the driver’s door.