The Unipower GT is a British sports car which was produced from 1966 and debuted at the Racing Car Show that year. Initially, the car was built by truck maker Universal Power Drives Ltd however, the production was later taken over by U.W.F automotive. Mechanically, the car was based on BMC mini components with the gearbox and engine mounted on a tubular spaceframe in a mid-engine configuration. Customers could choose between two: the 998 cc Mini-Cooper and the more powerful 1275 cc Cooper S motor. The latter engine was reported to be capable of reaching almost 120mph and accelerate to 60mph in around 8 seconds. The production of the GT was ceased in 1970 with only 75 examples produced out of which, 15 were built by the latter manufacturer the U.W.F automotive.