The AC Greyhound was a series of grand tourers that were introduced in 1959. The Greyhound was offered in a coupe body style arranged in a 2+2 seat layout. These rear wheel drive cars were offered with a selection of 4 inline six engines. These engines varied in output and were built by AC, Ford, and Bristol. The AC engine was a 2.0L 75hp unit, the Ford unit was a 2.6L 170hp unit, while Bristol offered a 2.0L (125hp) and a 2.2L (105hp) inline six, with cars fitted with Bristol engines known as the Greyhound Bristol. Production of the AC Greyhound lasted until 1963, with only 83 total examples built.