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Discussion in '2005 TVR Sagaris' started by elaknoslettik, Dec 8, 2004.
I think this car is gorgeous.
I think the exact opposite. Just my opinion though.
i drove it on asphalt gt for nintendo ds. its a pretty good car as far as i know.
Cool Blackpool front!
This motor is beautiful.
I dunno about the styling. As supercars go, this is pretty futuristic, and I'm not big for that. Looks OK, but I can't see it getting very good aerodynamics with that build. Speaking of performance, anyone got any hard numbers on it?
dude... thats the stupidest comment ever, games never capture wut its like to drive a car in real life
TVR's are beautiful, and they're so different from all the other stylings. Pity I'lll never see one in the USA <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
It's aerodynamics are pure function over form, that's why it looks like it does. The only part that isn't functional is the slats over the front wheel, they wer originally put there to allow air under the arch to escape and reduce drag but it wasn't practical for public roads to they closed the slats off, they don't harm the aerodynamics when closed, they just don't release air from the arch. The racing version that's in development has the slats open. The who car was designed with performance in mind.
0-60 takes 3.7 seconds
It goes over 185mph
It weighs 1078kg's
It has 406bhp and 349lb ft torque
It costs just under £50,000
Also it ran on the TopGear test track and achieved a phenominal time of 1'24.8 seconds, less than 1 second behind the Koenigsegg CC8S and 1 seconds behind the Pagani Zonda C12S 7.3. It was 2 seconds faster than the Cheverolet Corvette C6 and almost 4 seconds faster than the Dodge Viper SRT-10.
The lines are all broken up and discontinuous and weird shapes swarm all over... IMO it isn't gorgeous, but it is interesting..
this car is a beast
Although, you probably could import one out here. If your willing to put up with the riggers of making it legal stateside, such as the original paperwork from the owner before you, U.S emissions tests, DOT approving from, the doors, headlights, taillights, windows and f/r bumpers, as well as licensing it stateside or up in Canada.
Either way you look at it, its the SH*TS for sure, and a GODD*MN bummerrr!!!!<A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/disappointed.gif"></A>