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Earlier today we reported that TVR announced it will start building an updated version of the Sagaris by the end of 2008. Car magazine reveals today the first images of the 2009 Sagaris series 2. The sports car will debut next week.

The Sagaris 2 will be powered by the same 380bhp 4.0-litre ’Speed Six’ as before, capable of revving to nearly 8000rpm and spitting you down the road on your way to 60mph in just 3.7sec. Top speed will be around 160mph.

The new Sagaris 2 would go on sale in early 2009.

Source: CarMagazine
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TVR Sagaris

During a very secret event, the British automaker TVR , revealed its new updated version of the Sagaris and officially announced to start building it by the end of 2008. The new model will feature a revised suspension set-up and steering system for improved handling. Also the interior will suffer some changes, a new air-conditioning system, new carpets and an updated center console. There is an important element which remains the same and that is the car’s straight-six engine which 380hp and 349lb-ft of torque from its 4.0L of displacement.

The TVR’s officials are planning to start the first sales for the new Sagaris early ext year and they also have scheduled some other models. Nothing is known for sure in terms of prices but the rumors go around €85,000m with expectations of running up. The car will be available in both RHD and LHD configurations and will be sold in the Middle East and Europe as well as the UK, initially.

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TVR. An exclusive brand that’s been synonymous with the world’s most powerful performance cars, both on the track and on the road, for some sixty years. Few marques conjure up the same sense of theatre and passion among their fans and followers, or fear among the uninitiated. Step inside a carefully hand-crafted TVR and drive it, however, and one knows immediately the real truth: that there is much more to these British-bred beasts than first meets the eye, that they are paradoxical and that (...)
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TVR. An exclusive brand that’s been synonymous with the world’s most powerful performance cars, both on the track and on the road, for some sixty years. Few marques conjure up the same sense of theatre and passion among their fans and followers, or fear among the uninitiated. Step inside a carefully hand-crafted TVR and drive it, however, and one knows immediately the real truth: that there is much more to these British-bred beasts than first meets the eye, that they are paradoxical and (...)
TVR was sold last night again, this time to his older owner, Nikolai Smolensky. The sale included the TVR trademarks, certain vehicle stock, work-in-progress, and the manufacturing plant and equipment. Joint administrators Philip Long, Kerry Bailey and Matthew Gibson said: "Having advertised the assets of the company to the open market, we are confident we have achieved the best possible price in the circumstances and we are now looking to return money to the creditors as quickly as (...)
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An exclusive brand that’s been synonymous with the world’s most powerful performance cars, both on the track and on the road, for some sixty years. Few marques conjure up the same sense of theatre and passion among their fans and followers, or fear among the uninitiated. Step inside a carefully hand-crafted TVR and drive it, however, and one knows immediately the real truth: that there is much more to these British-bred beasts than first meets the eye, that they are paradoxical and that the (...)
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The Tamora reinforced TVR’s reputatuin for hand-building ferociously fast sports cars. Tamora its the entry level for the Blackpool firm, opening up new markets.This two-seat roadster has a better power-to-weight ratio than such renowned tire smokers as the Porsche 911 Turbo, the Dodge Dodge Viper GTS, the Ferrari Ferrari 360 Modena, and the Chevrolet Corvette with that 350-horsepower, 3.6-liter Speed Six engine motivating 2337 pounds.

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TVR. An exclusive brand that’s been synonymous with the world’s most powerful performance cars, both on the track and on the road, for some sixty years. Few marques conjure up the same sense of theatre and passion among their fans and followers, or fear among the uninitiated. Step inside a carefully hand-crafted TVR and drive it, however, and one knows immediately the real truth: that there is much more to these British-bred beasts than first meets the eye, that they are paradoxical and that (...)
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The current range of TVR models is a focused and well-balanced stable of some of the world’s most rousing performance cars for the road. And in recent years, the soulfulness of the marque has been augmented further by an even greater consideration to a palpable practicability. To ensure prolonged performance, build quality and durability, cars have been painstakingly tested at high altitudes, in extreme conditions, with low-grade fuels and at high speeds in Bahrain, Russia, Saudi Arabia, (...)
At Geneva Motor Show TRV will unveil the Typhoon, a 600 hp supercar made of carbon fibre and built to celebrate TVR’s 60th anniversary. The Typhoon will be powered by a 4 liter Inline-6 engine and will deliver arround 600 hp and 500 lbs-ft of torque. The car will be limited to 60 units at a priced tag of £120,000 (arround $235.000). The car will have a curb weight of 2425 lbs, will make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than 4 seconds and has a top speed of 200 (...)
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