Top Ten Supercars of Last Decade – TVR Sagaris | MotorTorque

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Top Ten Supercars of Last Decade TVR Sagaris

Continuing to stride MT’s Top ten supercars of the last and its day four.

Today’s entry is other than the TVR Sagaris. many before it, sadly now no defunct, nil, zero, ok. You get the

If you don’t however, MT has five to tickle your fancy which will render immediate submission like a Ken Dodd on hallucinogenics would.

From the Diddyman to motoring’s of the Candymanof urban legend

You know, utter the name times in succession and braceyourself for a from something that’ll the pantsoff you. Well, it by the name of the TVR Sagaris.

TVR Sagaris

£37K or as near as damn it, for a nick exampleof the last model year version. when new.

Speed: 195mph+

Claim to Taking its name from an axe,the choice of weapon by a particularly violent peoplecalled the who roamed the Greek world the 8th Century.

Why it gets our thumbs up: nannying driver aids are commonplace in moderncars, making driving the brutal, vicious it was always supposed to be.

Things may be a bit quiet in Blackpool’s Russian these days, but who can forgetwhat’s before?

By stirring up the kind of aural that would makeBeelzebub and looking like something Robocop would regurgitate a messy paraffin-addled sessionon the the Sagaris was fettled with racing inmind.

After from British to Russian, to to Russian, to American, and back to ownership, TVR has had more nationalities at the than models rolled out in the four years, and sadly don’t seem like anytime soon, as behind-the-scene -interspersed only by blatant about when, where, which and what in terms of – rumble on. Just the Sagaris did once. Oops, we that’s a tear forming in the

In its heyday – that’ll 2004 and 2006 – the would show a flagrant for EU guidelines, being that it fitted with ABS, control or electronic stability, and that airbags are not overly in the run of things either.

Doing its best to ignore just any driver aid and rudimentary safety the 380bhp 4.0-litre engine help drivers realise in 3.7 seconds from a standing thanks to its straight-six engine produced 349lb-ft of torque and the Sagaris on to the unnerving side of

Brutal, but not entirely stripped to its modesty like some the Sagaris remained a strangely beast that may well gone the same way as the dinosaurs, but in no way it be accused of being caught in the

A myriad of air vents and exterior orifices lends itself for track excursions, which was set to be mainstay and best advert, Mr. Smolenski pulled its plug and TVR as a stared down the gun-barrel of Still the finest looking TVR riveted together though.

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