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TVR Sagaris

The TVR Sagaris made its at the MPH03 Motor Show in although initially it was far more in its styling concept than the cars turned out to be. Nevertheless it was acclaimed by the TVR interested public.

The model was then shown at the Birmingham Motorshow and finally in 2005 the production model was for public sale. This was than planned as TVR had held production whilst it raised a of quality issues and when the TVR finally made it through to the end it revealed what a fabulous all sports car the Sagaris had become.

Few cars look as dramatic as the TVR While motorsport is never far TVR designer’s and engineer’s minds, the demands of the endurance racing were one of the foremost priorities in the of the Sagaris.

It has been designed to be the racing car for the road. Now it is possible to what it feels like to a Le Mans car every day. scoop, every cut out added to the extraordinary dramatic lines on roads.

This has to be the most road racer ever, by today’s standards.

The TVR Sagaris is upon the well proven C and was initially conceived as the racing of the T350 C. Originally it was to have called the T350 R but when the was confirmed as being that of the Tuscan S the model designation have logically become R. This would have caused confusion with the R/T440 R. At this stage TVR to revert back to model and the TVR Sagaris and TVR Typhon were

The name Sagaris follows on the mythological theme that was through a number of the earlier The Sagaris was a lightweight battle axe by the Scythians which was feared for its to scythe through the armour of enemies. No doubt the TVR Sagaris through the opposition on the roads in a similar manner!

The Sagaris is propelled by the same 4 400 bhp engine as the Tuscan S. It is docile in where it can burble along at low in high gears. When you your right foot the carpet you are pushed authoritatively into the seat, as the engine its way to a redline close to 8000 Statistics can be dramatic: 0-60 mph in 3.7 certainly is!

‘Lightweight’ is a much about concept by car manufacturers but achieved. Thanks to its rigid steel chassis and extremely composite bodywork, the Sagaris in at just over a tonne. low drag and downforce producing features at both the front and of the car, the styling of the Sagaris as well as it looks.

Where the TVR Sagaris excels all other TVRs is in the road and general handling where changes had been made. TVR a long time in conjunction Bilstein, the shock absorber analysing the suspension set up of the TVR Speed Six and made a number of changes to the TVR .

The TVR Sagaris has increased wheel over other Speed Six and this has been created by lengthening the wishbones and changing the points where these meet the chassis. This the whole suspension geometry and allows the car to be extremely stable on the and gives the best turn in of any of the range of TVRs.

Given in the Sagaris of 2005 TVR had produced its vehicle it was ironic that the was to go into administration in late The TVR Sagaris really was the culmination of years of TVR design and sports car skills and it is a great loss to car manufacture that this marque no longer exists.

The TVR Sagaris is the ultimate final from TVR and embodies everything was truly special about the manufacturer.

In 2008 TVR showed a TVR 2 which was apparently due to go back production but this car has since from public view.

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