TVR Typhoon preview rendering

Automotive Design 17 Jan 2007
TVR Typhoon preview rendering

Motor Authority has unveiled a preview rendering of the possible next supercar from TVR. The Typhoon should feature a carbon-fiber body and a 600 hp engine and could debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

According to Motor Auhority, the new sportscar will be developed in partnership with engineering company Ricardo, and will be powered by a 4 liters six cylinders engine with a total output of 600 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque.

The entire design is being developed by CAD tools. Extensive use of carbon-fiber will limit the weight to about 1100 kg.

The car should be unveiled at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show in March, and TVR is expected to release further details later this month.

(Source: Motor Authority)

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