AC Greyhound – produced by AC Cars in the years 1959-1963 fourseats (system 2 +2) version of the Ace models and ACEC. The resulting 83 examples of the model. The car had a two-door coupé aluminum body and four seats in 2 +2. Most technical solutions remained unchanged in relation to the AC and ACEC Ace.
Greyhound of the two-liter engine was tested in 1961 by the British magazine The Motor Automotive. Maximum speed measured during the test was 180km/h Acceleration from 0 to 100km/h the car took 11.4 secondsAverage fuel consumption per 100km was 13 liters. Price UUT was 3185 pounds.