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2000 TVR Cerbera Speed 12

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2000 TVR Cerbera Speed 12

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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 04:06PM

I had one of these. It looks fast, but handles like crap. The transmission always stuck between third and fourth, and the back end would break loose around every corner -- even in good weather.

Total piece of crap. Deadly at any speed.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 07:19PM

Anonymous Wrote:
> I had one of these...

Yeah, sure you did...
rogerramjet_2003 Report This Comment
Date: April 30, 2008 05:35AM

TVR Cerbera Speed 12[[/size]/color]

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TVR Cerbera Speed 12
Manufacturer TVR
Also called TVR Project 7/12
TVR Speed 12
TVR Cerbera Racer
Assembly Blackpool, England
Class Sports car
Body style(s) 2-door coupe
Layout FR layout
Platform Carbon fibre body over tubular steel chassis
Engine(s) 7730 cc, DOHC 48 valve V12
bore x stroke: 96 mm x 89 mm, dry sump lubrication
800.0 bhp at 7250 rpm
650 lb·ft (881 N·m) at 5750 rpm
Transmission(s) Hollinger 6-speed manual
Curb weight 1000 kg (2205 lb)

The TVR Cerbera Speed 12, originally known as the Project 7/12 was a high performance concept car designed by TVR in 1997. Based in part on then-current TVR hardware, the vehicle was intended to be both the world's highest performance road car and the basis for a GT1 class endurance racer. However, problems during its development, changing GT1 class regulations and the eventual decision that it was simply incapable of being used as a road car ended the idea, forcing TVR executives to abandon its development.[citation needed]

The vehicle's engine, displacing 7.7 litres and having twelve cylinders, was reportedly capable of producing nearly one thousand horsepower,[citation needed] although an exact measurement was never made. Nonetheless, its performance was said to be astonishing, and it may have been capable of hitting sixty miles per hour in the low-three second range and have a top speed close to that of the McLaren F1.[1]
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: April 30, 2008 12:24PM

if i had a spaceship, i would want it to look like that cool smiley