Peerless GT is a British sports car made by Peerless Cars Ltd. from 1957. The first prototype of the sports saloon was designed by Bernie Roger and initially called Warwick. At the time of the series production, the car was renamed the Peerless GT and it featured Triumph TR3 running gear including the rear suspension and the tubular frame which were covered by the beautiful fiberglass 4-seater bodywork. Even though the car was performing nicely (a works car was placed 16th on the 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans), the overall finish quality and the high production costs forced Peerless to cease production in 1960 with only about 325 cars built. The original designer Bernie Rodger resurrected the production of the vehicle as the Warwick with some slight changes to the body, stiffer space-frame chassis, and revamped dashboard. During the 2 years long production, Bernie built about 40 examples of the car.