The Nuffield Organisation was a vehicle manufacturing company in the United Kingdom. Named after its founder, William Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield, it was formed in 1938 as the merger of Nuffield's Morris Motor Company (already having acquired Wolseley Motors in 1927), another of Nuffield's companies the MG Car Company and Riley.
Morris Motors Ltd included Morris Commercial Cars which made light commercial vehicles such as vans.
In 1937, Nuffield Mechanisations Ltd was formed for the purpose of development and production of tanks. The Cruiser Mk III was their first product.
Cruiser Tank Mk VI Crusader Mk I in Royal Australian Armoured Corps Tank Museum, Puckapunyal, Austra...
Covenanter bridgelayer in Royal Australian Armoured Corps Tank Museum, Puckapunyal, Australia.