TVR Sagaris For Sale. Year: 2005. Price: £59,995
TVR Sagaris. Few cars look as dramatic as this Awesome Mystic Black TVR Sagaris which is in so many ways, the best of the breed.
The Sagaris was one of the last cars the company made and it could be argued that the best was left until last. The lack of driver aids, super light overall weight and aggressive naturally irated power made for a unique offering, which is now even rarer in todays digital deluge of electronically aided supercars.
Values are now surpassing the original purchase price and the Sagaris has become one of todays desirable modern classics.
This car which was first registered in November 2005,is presented in Mystic Black Pearlescent with Black Leather and Air Conditioning.
Replacement AP Clutch and Slave cylinder Nov 2016 (50, 489 miles)
4 new tyres Oct 16
Alloy Radiator (37,887 miles), April 09
Prior to delivery the vehicle will have been fully serviced, and have a 12 month MOT.
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Advert Date: 2017-05-12
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Few cars look as dramatic as the new TVR Sagaris. While motorsport is never far from TVR's designers' and engineers' minds, the rigorous demands of the endurance racing arena were also a priority in the Sagaris concept.
It has been designed to be the ultimate racing car for the road. Now it is possible to know what it feels like to drive a Le Mans car everyday. Every scoop, every vent might add to the most extraordinarily dramatic lines, but they are all there for a distinct purpose.
Lightweight is much talked about by car manufacturers but is rarely achieved in combination with enormous power. Thanks to the rigid tubular steel chassis and extremely light composite bodywork, the Sagaris comes in at just over a tonne. With low drag and downforce producing aerodynamic features at both the front and rear of the car, the styling of the Sagaris works just as well as it looks.
The Sagaris is propelled by the same four-litre 380 bhp engine as the Tuscan S. It is docile in town where it can burble along at low speeds in high gears. But press your right foot into the carpet and you are pushed back into the seat, as the engine howls its way to a red line close to 8,000 rpm. Statistics can be dramatic. 0-60 in 3.7 seconds certainly is.
Following extensive research and development in conjunction with fellow experts at Bilstein, the Sagaris' suspension and handling are profound, with unprecedented capabilities. Combined with its rigid tubular steel rollcage and wider track, the Sagaris manages to be an enthralling, hair-raising drive, but a safe one, too. Source: TVR Website 2007.
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