TVR - Sagaris
The TVR Sagaris is a sports car designed and built by the British manufacturer TVR in their factory in Lancashire. Featuring an all-new design, the Sagaris made its debut appearance at the MPH03 Auto Show in 2003. The final production model was then shown at the 2004 Birmingham Motorshow. Later that year it was released for public sale at TVR dealerships around the world.
GB (UK) England
GB (UK) England
TVR Sagaris-click for a larger picture
TVR Sagaris 
TVR Sagaris
Company
Bespokes
Location
Kings Cross
County
Central London, England
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Number of persons:2 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:30 Gearbox:manual 5 SpeedPower steering: Leather interior: Audio: radio cd
TVR Sagaris-click for a larger picture
TVR Sagaris 
TVR Sagaris
Location
Clapham Road
County
London SW9, England
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Number of persons:2 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:manual Power steering: Leather interior: Air conditioning: Audio: radio cd
TVR Sagaris-click for a larger picture
TVR Sagaris 
TVR Sagaris
Location
London
County
England
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Number of persons:2 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:manual Power steering: Leather interior: Air conditioning: Audio: radio cd
Based on the TVR T350, the Sagaris was designed with endurance racing in mind. Several design features of the production model lend themselves to TVR's intentions to use the car for such racing. The multitude of air vents, intake openings and other features on the bodywork allow the car to be driven for extended periods of time on race tracks with no modifications required for cooling and ventilation.

 

The final production model came with several variations from the pre-production show models eg the vents on the wings are filled in not open, different wing mirrors, location of the fuel filler and bonnet hinges. There are other subtle differences as well.  

 

As with all modern TVRs the Sagaris ignores the European Union guideline that all new cars should be fitted with ABS and at least front airbags. It also eschews electronic driver's aids (such as traction control or electronic stability control). The car's name comes from the sagaris, a lightweight battle-axe used by the Scythians which was feared for its ability to penetrate the armor of their enemies.  

 

The car was designed by TVR Chief Designer Graham Browne & Lee Hodgetts.  

 

Source: Wikipedia.
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