What is a Brooklands Capri?

It was the final limited-edition run of the Capri that featured a limited slip diff, 15-inch bespoke alloys and Recaro seats. Only 1,038 were made – all in this delightful “Brooklands Green” paint, hence the name.

How many Ford Capri Brooklands are left?

2021 2019
FORD CAPRI 280 186 112

How many Brooklands Capris were made?

1,038 Capri 280s
A total of 1,038 Capri 280s were built, all right-hand drive and powered by a 160bhp 2.8-litre V6. Aside from that signature green hue – source of its ‘Brooklands’ nickname – buyers got 15-inch alloys, a limited-slip differential and Recaro front seats.

What Colour was the Brooklands Capri?

Brooklands Green Metallic
An instant classic the moment it rolled off the production line, this limited-edition Capri 280 is finished in the only exclusive colour available, Brooklands Green Metallic, (Code T7), and has a superb finish.

Are Ford Capri rear wheel drive?

Is Ford Capri 1.6 All Wheel Drive (AWD)? No, the Ford Capri 1.6 is not All Wheel Drive (AWD). It’s Rear Wheel Drive (RWD).

How fast is a 2.8 injection Capri?

The Ford Capri 2.8 Injection weighs 1170 Kg / 2579 lbs. What is the top speed of a Ford Capri 2.8 Injection? The Ford Capri 2.8 Injection top speed is 210 Km/h / 131 mph.

How do I book a day trip to Capri?

All-inclusive day trip packages can be purchased online including a boat tour of the island, funicular and bus tickets, chairlift tickets, and lunch at a local restaurant: Capri Day Tour. Each Saturday and Sunday, group tours of Capri are offered: Group Tour – Saturday.

When is the best time to go to Capri?

Each Saturday and Sunday, group tours of Capri are offered: In July and August, you can avoid the crowds and long lines by spending the day at sea and on the beach. Here’s an all-inclusive package: boat tour + beach club pass + lunch at a waterfront restaurant.

How do I visit the Blue Grotto in Capri?

Purchase a ticket for the Capri boat tour including a visit to the Blue Grotto. You can take either the complete circle tour, which includes the thrill of sailing through the arch in the dramatic Faraglioni rock formations, or the shorter tour, which only sails as far as the Blue Grotto and back. We suggest you opt for the full circle tour!