2004 Tvr Sagaris

TVR Sagaris

The TVR Sagaris is a sports car intentional and reinforced by the British producer TVR in their manufactory in Lancashire.

Featuring an all-new invention, the Sagaris made its introduction appearing at the MPH03 Machine Establish in 2003. The last yield exemplar was so shown at the 2004 Birmingham Motorshow. Afterward that yr, it was released for populace sale at TVR dealerships some the humans. Based on the TVR T350, the Sagaris was intentional with survival racing in head. Various conception features of the yield modeling contribute themselves to TVR’s intentions to use the car for such racing. The throng of air vents, inhalation openings and former features on the bodywork let the car to be determined for prolonged periods of meter on wash tracks with no modifications needful for chilling and breathing.

The car’s epithet derives from the sagaris, a jackanapes battle-ax victimized by the Scythians which was feared for its power to imbue the armour of their enemies. The car was intentional by Graham Browne.



2004 Tvr Sagaris
  • Locomotive: TVR Speeding Six locomotive, Straight-6
  • Locomotive sizing: 3996 cc (4.0L)
  • Index Yield: 400 bhp (298 kW) @ 7000 rpm
  • Torsion Turnout: 349 lb.ft (451 Nm) @ 5000 rpm
  • Valvetrain frame-up: 4 valves per cylinder, Two-fold Viewgraph Cam
  • Transmission

  • Infection: 5-Speed Manual
  • Suspension

    2004 Tvr Sagaris
  • Movement: Main,two-baser wishbones, coil-over gas dampers, swing bars
  • Backside: Mugwump, two-bagger wishbones, coil-over gas dampers, careen bars
  • Brakes

    2004 Tvr Sagaris
  • Presence: 322 mm ventilated saucer brakes
  • Back: 298 mm ventilated record brakes
  • Wheels

    2004 Tvr Sagaris
  • Wheels: 18 in al metal wheels
  • Chassis/body

    2004 Tvr Sagaris
  • Consistency Panels: C fibre
  • Weightiness: 2513 lb (1140 kg)
  • Performance

  • Top speeding: 190 mph (310 km/h) estimated
  • 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph): 3.6 seconds
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