TVR – Sexiest of All British Sports Cars

They drive fast. They are elegant, British and very sexy.

They are the Cheryl Coles, Kelly Brooks, Liz Hurley and Sienna Millers of sports car design.

They are TVR’s ……. and they are the zenith of great British sports car engineering.

Forget other good Britain analogies like fish ‘n’ chips, roast beef, cream teas, and a pint in a British pub – we’re talking desire; we are talking about powerful; and we are talking very sexy ….. but we are not talking dirty.

We are speaking well; we are talking about exclusive; we are talking in shape; And we’re talking about a date that you want to keep with the next car of your dreams.

The TVR brand has become a legend in recent years. Since production ceased in 2007, the brand has been linked to numerous rumors about the piston head and the former TVR management team; Russian billionaires; two American businessmen who want to start production in Orlando of 5,000 units per year and former TVR managing director David Oxley.

All I can say is ‘keep looking’.

TVR is in the hearts and minds of thousands of enthusiasts and owners, and its demise from manufacturing is only temporary.

Aspiring owners can secure these sexy beasts online and from reputable UK TVR dealers.

Parts, service and after-sales support are guaranteed through the bona fide dealer supply line, and the vehicles and brand remain a favorite dream of many motorists.

When it comes to talking about individual models, I’m in my element, and I can get lyrical about their specs and trademark cheekiness.

The word that best sums up the famous TVR chimera is ……. effortless. Powered by the legendary TVR Power, a development of the Rover V8, its 4.5-liter [285bhp] The motor can take this beauty from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds and propel you from 0 to 100 mph in 11.2 seconds. With a top speed of 160 mph, you may not be in the fastest car on the road, but you WILL KNOW you’re driving a fun car. Its heavy-gauge stainless steel exhaust system exudes impressive V8 sound and is optimized for peak performance.

Aesthetically, the Chimaera is a beautifully enhanced design with 15-inch front and 16-inch rear alloys. One look at the cabin bewitches … seduction in sight. A 350mm leather-covered steering wheel is mounted on an adjustable column – everything about the dash and instrument panel design tells you, “I’m British and I’m proud of it.”

TVR’s Tamara is a fully convertible 2-seat, 3.6-liter straight-line 6-cylinder, rear-wheel drive sports car for the fun-loving driver. Accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, it can hit 100 mph in 9.5 seconds and 175 mph as top speed. TVR’s Tamora has the power and pace to entertain and excite sports car enthusiasts.

Specifications include ambient air temperature, engine alarm and immobilizer, remote window lock, CD / radio with removable face, and the usual bag of goodies like stainless steel exhaust, 16-inch alloys [or Anthracite or Silver] wheels and refined finish throughout.

The TVR 2-Door 4-Seat Coupe, with an integral roll cage, gives the passionate and patriotic British sports car enthusiast an added dimension to interior space, plus luxurious power and comfort. The Cerbera is certainly a class act to follow, if you’re trying to catch up on the road. its

4.2 liters [360bhp] The V8 engine will take you from 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds. It can quickly reach 100 mph from a standstill in just 9.9 seconds and continue up to a top speed of 180 mph.

Not forgetting Cerbera’s 4.5-liter big sister, it can give you a real adrenaline rush by hitting a top speed of 195 mph. Both have sumptuous interiors with all the conveniences associated with advanced TVR engineering, along with ice detectors, power windows, remote window closing, and engine alarm and immobilizer.

These girls are really eye-catching and from the rear they could be mistaken for a Jaguar coupe, but not a TVR expert.

How can I NOT get excited about mentioning TVR’s Tuscan?

In a word … temptation.

TVR delivered a 2-seat, 6-straight, in-line alloy engine with rear-wheel drive. The larger Tuscan S offers a 3995cc capacity that will deliver a top speed of over 195mph. The Tuscan features 18-inch alloys and looks like a beast to drive, but it drives like a dream. From the moment you feast your eyes along the front of his sunken beanie and into his alluring eyes,[gas discharge headlights on full beam], your heart will start racing in unison with its 390bhp engine.

Everything about the Tuscan S says simplistic design meets great British engineering: Inside the interior, its machined aluminum finish offsets the interior of the cabin and innovative steering wheel design like deep British axiom … She’s cool. . He talks to you saying ……… ‘Drive me with all I’m worth and enjoy the climax at over 195 mph.’

How can anyone resist its throbbing charm and power?

TVR’s prestigious portfolio of classic sports cars and coupes wouldn’t be complete without the T350, 2-seat, 3.6-liter inline 6-cylinder, rear-wheel drive. Its compact appearance is captivating and shouldn’t fool motorists as it delivers incredibly responsive performance power. Any sport animal that reaches 60 mph from a standstill in 4.4 seconds is a T350 tiger waiting to be tamed. With its attractive racing seats and interior styling, the T350 has some cheekiness in its demeanor.

The 18-inch alloys give it an eye-catching stiletto stature that no testosterone gas head can ignore.

Pull over at the bus stop on this curvy center page and that insanely attractive babe you hang out with every day will drool over your asset and won’t be able to resist your courteous offer …

“Would you like to be taken to town on my TVR?” you ask.

There is a brief pause, which seems like an eternity, and then she responds …

“I would have preferred the Tuscan S, which is a class act and epitomizes TVR’s throbbing performance values.”

“You are the class act in this conversation, beautiful,” he replies confidently.

“In that case, I know you are a gentleman and the T350 will not undermine my status in front of all my co-workers.”

You bend over and open the door and in steps the girl of your dreams. You’re in heaven and the T350 purrs like the baby next to you as you accelerate smoothly.

If only …….? If only …….?

If only a dream could come true, how to buy a classic TVR?

For every motorist out there today, their dreams MAY become a reality soon, when you search for that special sports car from TVR.

Drivers using the Internet will have no trouble finding a second-hand classic car online.

Upload your specs, which shouldn’t include that the owner has to look like Kelly Brook, and before you know it, the TVR is at your fingertips. Don’t forget to specify the model, engine size and color preference, mileage, and budget parameters; it will reduce response disappointments.

Girls may prefer the Griffith 500 with its more compact and attractive appearance. DON’T be fooled into a false sense of security as TVR has once again hidden a 5-liter 90-degree V8 beast under the hood. She will launch you from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds and hit 100 mph [from a standing start] in 10.5 seconds. Offering a top speed of 167 mph, you know your natural feminine charms can be overcome by a sudden urge to get macho and aggressive … and forget about the lady inside, in your eagerness to become a laddish!

There’s a touch of class in the Griffith 500’s walnut dash dash, leather steering wheel, mohair softtop, stainless steel exhaust, tinted glass, and 7-spoke alloys. She vibrates positively, even when parked, by diverting envious glances from jealous motorists.

Let temptation take over your driving aspirations.

Don’t go the pragmatic path of evaluating all the reasons why a TVR is not your thing. Do you want to be another boring girl or a ‘soft boy’?

Avoid driving to the nearest Ford or Vauxhall franchise dealer and inspecting some of the familiar automotive mediocrity.

‘Have a little faith’, as Oddball said in Kelly’s Heroes. “Always with negative vibes, have a little faith.”

It’s your turn to have more than a little faith and fun by trusting your better judgment … and your instinct for discernment.

Do some research online to find the TVR of your dreams. Find that sexy design. Find your own sports car that looks like Cheryl Cole or Liz Hurley. She is out there waiting for you.

Driving in a car can be fun and sexy for everyone.

It can be in a great sports car like a beautiful British TVR.

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