The 1972 Reliant Supervan III is a three-wheeler and version of the Reliant Regal three-wheeler car.
In 1973, it was succeeded by the Reliant Robin.
|“||There is not a much better example of British vehicular eccentricity and thrift than the Reliant Supervan III. Nor, frankly, is there a better example of a vehicle more likely to find itself on its side after some aggressive driving. Reliant vehicles, like the Robin, Regal, and utilitarian Supervan, are three-wheeled and built around a motorcycle engine. Drivers only need have a motorcycle license to pilot a Reliant on public roads and even though 29 hp is not much power, it is enough to propel the diminutive ride to highway speeds. With even a spare wheel, seat belts, and a passenger seat as optional, you won’t find much in the way of luxury in the Supervan III. What you will find is a drive like none other.||”|
— forzamotorsport.net 
Driving Characteristics Edit
|Conversion - Engine|
|I4 Motorbike Engine - 13,500 CR (27 T)|
|Conversion - Wide Bodykit|
|Widebody Kit - 900 CR (2 T)|