MAKE/MODEL


YEAR


LOGOS

MARKETING

-
CT-TV
DIVIDER_large
Cartype on Twitter
DIVIDER_large
Cartype on Kindle

RSS RSS FEEDS

Subscribe to our web feeds:

 
 

Freestream

Filed under:  Companies
 
Comment(s): 0
 
 

Freestream Cars was founded in 2005 to design, develop and manufacture ultra high performance and technology leading cars for the road and track.


freestream logo1

Freestream logo, designed using a typeface created by Greg Samata, and exclusively sold thru the T26 Digital Type Foundry in Chicago.

The team has been formed by engineers, managers and technicians that have worked together for years at McLaren Cars Ltd. and specifically were responsible for the design and development of McLaren F1 Road and Le-Mans race cars and until recently, the McLaren Mercedes SLR.

Fouder members worked closely with the renowned and highly skilled car designer Gordon Murray.

(sourse: Freestream)


Freestream Cars Limited
Unit 1
The Enterprise Centre
Coxbridge Business Park
Alton Road
Farnham
Surrey
G10 5EH


 
 
COMMENTS
There have been no comments
POST A COMMENT
Name
URL
Email
Comment
HTML tags allowed: <a> <em> <strong> <blockquote>
Spambots begone
ABOUT EDITORS CONTACT

CARTYPE STORE


Supercars
(Books)
-
Advertise on Cartype
-
Twitter Facebook Vimeo YouTube Flavors.me Flickr Kindle
-
-
divider
 
DIVIDER_large
Car Shipping Companies
Auto Transport Quotes
Mototype
-

CARTYPE STORE

Go Faster. The Graphic Design of Racing Cars. Cars That Matter Italian Racing Red Car Design Yearbook 1
-
-

NOTICE

Much of the material on this website is copyrighted. Original articles appearing herein are subject to copyright. Please don't copy stuff from the site without asking; it may belong to someone! Any trademarks appearing on this site are the sole property of the registered owners. No endorsement by trademark owners is to be construed. The products, brand names, characters, related slogans and indicia are or may by claimed as trademarks of their respective owners. Every effort has been made whenever possible to credit the sources. The use of such material falls under the Fair Use provisions of intellectual property laws.