The arrival of these new MOKEs in Hendy Group dealerships will herald the start of the great British staycation.
The cars have even featured in four James Bond films and the cult classic The Prisoner, filmed in North Wales.
In reviving the marque, MOKE International offers a range of 14 colours. Customers are able to specify individual shades for the car’s chassis, bumpers, central bars and front grille – affording a nearly limitless scope to create truly individual interpretations of the MOKE’s iconic design.
Today’s MOKEs remain true to the look and feel of the original, with a particular focus on maintaining the sense of fun and freedom that has endeared the car to so many for more than five decades. Updates include a new 4 cylinder, fuel injection engine, uprated suspension, braking and the option for either automatic transmission or manual for the more engaged driver.
The vehicle is also slightly larger to provide more cabin space. Features previously viewed as a luxury like power steering and heated windscreen now, of course, come as standard.
A MOKE is available to immediately pick-up from £23,950 inc. VAT.