Go Behind the Scenes At America’s Greatest Failed Supercar Company

Vector is a footnote in automotive history, but man, what a footnote. The company never managed to find success, but it produced some gloriously weird, genuinely quick supercars during its brief existence from 1989-1993, helping it earn cult status. A recently uncovered documentary from Motoring TV profiles Vector and its founder Gerry Wiegert in 1992, and it’s a glorious relic. It was during this time Vector actually managed to get a few of its nearly $300,000 W8 Twin Turbos into the hands of customers. Like all of Vector’s cars, the W8 was designed to…

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