2003 TVR T440R

With the T440R, traditional strengths have been taken to an altogether higher level. Its stunning bodywork is all carbon fiber, its massively strong chassis uses aluminum honeycomb to greatly improve its stiffness, and its hugely powerful engine is connected to TVR’s own six speed sequential gearbox. It is TVR’s technological tour de force, a 215 mph showcase for TVR’s abilities.

Two versions of the car are available – the T400R which has a 400 bhp 4 litre engine and the ultimate T440R. The engine of the T440R is a derivative of TVR’s own Speed Six engine but has been extensively developed in order to produce a huge 440 bhp. It is bigger than any other TVR six cylinder engine at 4.2 liters and has a raft of high tech Motor sport componentry. 60 mph comes up in less than 4 seconds but it is from there to its top speed of 215 mph that the Tuscan R really leaves the competition standing.

To cope with all that power, the car has not just a new chassis, but a new type of chassis. Designed from the ground up with the aid of sophisticated CAD/CAM software, the rigidity of the steel chassis is added to significantly by the race-type roll cage and the use of aluminum honeycomb and carbon fiber for the floor.

Also a first for a road going TVR is to have adjustable dampers whereby customers will be able to fine-tune the suspension set up of their T440Rs for road or circuit use. Brakes are powerful ventilated discs all round with four piston calipers at the front with a high performance option of even bigger discs and six piston calipers for even better stopping ability.

You can count the number of road cars that have had all-carbon fibre bodywork on the fingers of one hand – Mclaren F1, Ferrari F40 and now TVR T440R. More normally found in the aerospace or Motor sport industries, this material is expensive but is extraordinarily light and strong.

Aerodynamics have played an increasingly significant role in the design of TVRs over the last few years and the T400R and T440R take this to the logical next level. A lot of attention has been paid to drag and lift with the result that its coupe shape owes most of its from to the demands of the aerodynamically. A phenomenally low drag coefficient of 0.32 is the result of all this attention to detail and its virtually flat floor, front splitter and rear diffuser work together to give it unparalleled high speed stability.

The interior of the T440R reflects its race car underpinnings with a distinctly minimalist style pervading the interior. Unusually, the carbon fiber and aluminum structure of the car is highly polished and left on show, giving the cabin a utilitarian but extremely high quality feel. The seats are unique to the model and are manufactured from carbon fiber but trimmed from the highest quality Scottish hides.

Country Of Origin N.A
Year Of Introduction N.A
Base Price When New >>74 995
Miles Per Gallon N.A
Body Type N.A
Curb Weight 1045 kg / 2304 lbs
Powertrain Layout Front Engine / RWD
Transmission TVR Six-Speed Sequential


Configuration Inline-6 w/Dry Sump Lubrication
Displacement 4200 cc / 256.3 cu in
Power 328.1 kw / 440 bhp @ 7600 rpm
Torque 474.54 nm / 350 ft lbs @ 6000 rpm
BHP / Liter N.A
BHP / Weight N.A
Redline 8000rpm


Top Speed 346.0 kph / 215.0 mph
0 – 62 mph 3.9 seconds
0 – 100 mph N.A
Skidpad N.A
Braking, 62-0 mph N.A
Slalom Speed N.A

Story by TVR Engineering Ltd
Scribbled on May 22nd 2008 in Miscellaneous, TVR
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