The Alpine A310 Coupe was announced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1971. It used a Renault 16TS engine producing 140bhp, with a 5 speed gearbox. The 2 + 2 body featured a distinctive headlight system, with 6 in total all behind a perspex cover.
Bond produced their first 3-wheeler in 1948/1949, these being fitted with Villiers 2-stroke motorcycle engines. In 1965 the two-strokes were replaced by Hillman Imp units, mounted in the rear. In 1970 Bond introduced the Bond Bug, an entirely new design by Tom Karen, featuring a hinged roof instead of doors. The engine was a 4-cylinder 701 cc unit that delivered 29 hp at 5000 rpm.