London Taxis International.
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LTI Limited is Britain's premier manufacturer of purpose-built taxis. We are universally recognised for giving the UK the "black cab", the icon of the world's best taxi system.

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Part of Manganese Bronze Holdings plc, we employ over 450 people at our Coventry manufacturing plant and wholly-owned Mann & Overton dealerships in London, Birmingham and Manchester. A further seven franchised dealerships and 61 service agents complete a nationwide sales, service and support network.

The first-ever black cab left the company's Coventry factory in 1948. Since then, more than 100,000 vehicles have rolled off the production line. Nowadays, LTI taxis can be seen in large numbers on the streets of London and other cities and towns in Britain and around the world, including North America.

We pride ourselves on the robust design of our hand-built vehicles, which are renowned for their longevity and ability to cover hundreds of thousands of miles during a lifetime of use.

We continue to invest significantly in developing the best purpose-built taxis. The latest incarnation of the black cab is the TXII.

(source: LTI)

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