TVR Tuscan

The TVR Tuscan Speed Six is a sports car which was manufactured by British automobile manufacturer TVR from 1999 to 2006. The name pays homage to the original Tuscan which was introduced in 1967.

Speed Six refers to the TVR designed and manufactured straight six engine fitted to the final TVR model range right up up to the closure of the TVR factory. The Speed Six Engine was announced for the Griffith Speed Six at the 1996 Motor Show. The engine was then shown in a Cerbera in 1997 as an alternative to the AJP V8 but was the only engine used in the Tuscan, then the Tamora, the T350, Sagaris, T400, T440 and Typhon.

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