SIR TERENCE CONRAN and BLUEBIRD ELECTRIC
Prime sponsor to the Bluebird-Electric (BE2) was London's Bluebird Club. During talks with key personnel at a presentation to Conran Holdings, Nelson Kruschandl was persuaded to abandon development of his prototype Bluebird Electric (BE1) in favour of developing his BE2.
Nelson Kruschandl and Sir Terence Conran - London, England
Generously, Sir Terence and his fellow directors agreed to fund the Bluebird Electric project late in 1996. The article below reveals details of the project and cost of sponsoring the BE2 designed by Nelson Kruschandl and the attempt at Pendine Sands set for September 1997.
Autocar Article 1997
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