The TVR T440R is a variant in TVR's Typhon model lineup.
In the late 1990s, the successful Tuscan Challenge race series was in need of updating and Peter Wheeler began the project that would fulfill his ambition to see TVRs at Le Mans. Work began on a completely new racing car that would be built using modern composites, be more rigid than any previous TVR and be CAD designed to reach speeds in excess of 200 mph (322 km/h) and be stable. The car itself would be a steel tubular frame with full roll cage forming the backbone to a full carbon fibre monocoque.
By 2000 work was well under way on the carbon fibre, Tuscan R GT car.
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|Aston Martin||DB9 • Vanquish|
|Audi||TT Roadster 3.2 quattro|
|Chevrolet||2005 Corvette C6|
|Concept Cars||Dashibara • Hutch 70 • Pitbull • Raptor • Terror|
|Ford||Cobra Concept • GT|
|Gameloft||Gamelati 1000 SS|
|Hummer||H1 • H2|
|Lamborghini||Diablo GTR • Diablo Roadster • Gallardo • Murciélago • Murciélago R-GT|
|Nissan||350 Z • Skyline GT-R R34|
|TVR||Sagaris • T 440 R|
|Volkswagen||Golf V GTI • New Beetle RSI|