Learn and talk about TVR Sagaris, 1990s automobiles, 2000s automobiles, Coupes, Rear-wheel-drive vehicles

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TVR Sagaris

The straight-six engine of a

The TVR Sagaris is a sports car designed and by the British manufacturer TVR in their in Lancashire .

The Sagaris made its at the MPH03 Auto Show in The pre-production model was then at the 2004 Birmingham Motorshow. In the production model was released for sale at TVR dealerships around the Based on the TVR T350. [ 1 ] the Sagaris was with endurance racing in

Several design features of the model lend themselves to intentions to use the car for such racing. The of air vents, intake openings and features on the bodywork allow the car to be for extended periods of time on tracks with no modifications for cooling and ventilation.

The final model came with variations from the pre-production models e.g. the vents on the are not cut out, different wing location of the fuel filler and hinges. There are other differences as well.

As with all modern TVRs the ignores the European Union that all new cars should be with ABS and at least front because Peter Wheeler that such devices overconfidence and risk the life of a in the event of a rollover, which are engineered to resist. [ 2 ] It also electronic driver’s aids as traction control or electronic control ).

The car’s name from the sagaris. the Greek of a lightweight battle-axe used by the which was feared for its ability to the armor of their enemies. The car was by Graham Browne and Lee Hodgetts.

In 2008, TVR unveiled the Sagaris 2, was designed to replace the original In the prototype revealed, there minor changes to the car including a rear fascia and exhaust and modifications to the interior. [ 3 ]

The 2010 The Heavy features a black TVR driven by Gary Stretch .

The Racing TVR Sagaris raced in the British GT Cup series and was entered by Winstanley and driven by Danny this racing TVR Sagaris had a factory road Sagaris but was fitted with the upgraded TVR 4.5 Supersport Speed Six engine. In its season it recorded wins at Park and Brands Hatch.

Specifications [ edit ]


TVR Speed Six engine. Straight-6

4.0L (3996 cc)

Power 380#160;bhp (283#160;kW; 385#160;PS) @ rpm

Torque Output: 349#160;lbВ·ft @ 5,000 rpm

Bore/stoke: 96.0/92.0#160;mm

ratio: 12.2:1

Valvetrain 4 valves per cylinder, Dual Cam

Camshaft Duration: inlet exhaust 264 standard


Front: Independent. double coil-over gas dampers, sway

Rear: Independent, double coil-over gas dampers, sway


Front: 322#160;mm ventilated disc brakes

Rear: 298#160;mm (11.7#160;in) disc brakes


Body Panels: Glass Plastic

Weight: 2371#160;lb

Length: 4,057#160;mm (159.7#160;in)

1,770#160;mm (69.7#160;in)

Height: (46.3#160;in)


Top speed: (298#160;km/h)

0 to 60#160;mph (97#160;km/h). 3.7 [ 4 ]

60-0#160;mph: 2.9 seconds [ 5 ]

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