|TVR Cerbera 4.2|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo (RM)|
Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
|Engine||4.2 L V8 Speed Eight (AJP8)|
|Max Power||360 BHP|
|Weight||1,100 kilograms (2,400 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.06 kg (6.7 lb) per horsepower|
This description is taken from the original Gran Turismo:
TVR is now one of Britain's best specialist sports cars makers with a history to match Lotus. In 1995 it announced the Cerbera. It was given a wheelbase that was 284 mm longer than the two previous models and was turned into a 2+2 coupe. The front-engined Cerbera is powered by a 4.2-litre V8 OHC, called the AJP 8, made by TVR. This power unit offers 350 PS and 46.2 kgm, and is coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission. The combination of this engine and the body's light weight of 1,100 kg provides intense dynamics capabilities. It has a maximum speed of 257 km/h. This model, with its combination of a lightweight body and powerful engine, has all the traits of a classic sports car, but is still capable of embarrassing the most recent Japanese sports cars.
This car can be bought at the TVR dealership in North City for 71,850 Credits.
This car can be bought at the TVR dealership for 84,800 Credits. It is also one of the unlockable cars in Arcade Mode. To unlock this car, the player must win all races in Grand Valley Speedway using cars of all classes (A, B, and C). This will not only unlock other TVR cars such as the TVR Griffith 500 '94 and the TVR Griffith 4.0, but will also unlock the Gran Turismo 1 Arcade Mode ending movie and GT HiFi.
- In the original Gran Turismo, this car, when racing modified, bears a striking resemblance with the TVR Cerbera LM Edition.
- Curiously, in Gran Turismo 2, the TVR Cerbera LM Edition has the two color schemes of the racing modified version of this car in the original Gran Turismo, respectively Silver/Burgundy and Silver/Blue.