Friday, 4 March 2011

TVR Typhoon

Reports of TVR’s death have been greatly exaggerated, and these are the first pictures of its new carbonfibre-bodied supercar, the Typhoon.

Powered by a supercharged version of TVR's 4-litre straight-six, further developed by Ricardo to produce 600bhp and 500lb ft, the Typhoon will be the fastest production TVR ever, and at around £120,000 the most expensive too.
Built to celebrate the firm’s 60th anniversary, the car will be officially unveiled at the Geneva show in March. It will be built in strictly limited numbers and only in right-hand drive, the lucky 60 customers taking delivery during 2007.
The Typhoon is the first TVR to be designed entirely by CAD, a move which has brought substantial aerodynamic advantages, enabling the new car to easily exceed 200mph, according to company sources. Expect a sub-4sec 0-60 time, aided by an uprated limited-slip diff and the adoption of the T56 six-speed manual transmission as used by the Corvette.


  1. damn that looks sick! I'll afford one when Im 90. ha

  2. great stuff, you totally have my support!

  3. Yes, sir, cars are definitely worthwhile, yet, cars are also whorizontal: we cannot take our toys with U.S. Only faith, hope, and love. Got Jesus? Git Jesus and wiseabove.

    God bless you