TVR Cerbera Speed 6 '97
TVR Cerbera Speed 6 '97
Appears in Gran Turismo 2 (RM)[1]
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
Type in GT5 ST[2]
Interior in GT6 Simple[3]
Manufacturer TVR
Drivetrain FR[4]
Engine TVR AJP6
Max Power 339 BHP
Performance Points 496 PP
Max Torque 329.8 lb-ft
Weight 1,130 kilograms (2,500 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 3.33 kg (7.3 lb) per horsepower

The TVR Cerbera Speed 6 '97 is a Road car produced by TVR. It appears in all Gran Turismo games to date since Gran Turismo 2, with the exception of Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec and Gran Turismo Sport.



There are 15 colors to choose from in this game, shared by the Cerbera family of cars:

  • Opal White
  • Silverstone Metallic
  • Green Black Pearl
  • Moon Raker Black Metallic
  • Formula Red Pearl
  • Pearl Gold
  • Crimson Starmist
  • Macao Yellow
  • Midas Yellow Pearl
  • Aston Sage Green Pearl
  • Cooper Green Metallic
  • British Racing Green
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Space Blue Pearl
  • Raspberry Metallic

GT4 OnwardsEdit

There are 22 colors to choose from for this game and on, shared with the Tuscan Speed 6:

  • Crystal Topaz Pearlescent
  • Iced Teal Metallic
  • Alpine Green Metallic
  • Pathfinder Blue Pearlescent
  • Flip Flop Yellow
  • Silver Stardust Metallic
  • Titanium Metallic
  • Moonraker Black Metallic
  • Cooper Green Metallic
  • Ash Green Metallic
  • Sunset Pearlescent
  • Formula Red Pearl
  • Rosso Pearlescent
  • Starmist Crimson
  • Olympic Blue Pearl
  • Blue Pearlescent
  • Cosmos Blue Metallic
  • Starmist Blue
  • Chameleon Blue
  • Chameleon Orange
  • Reflex Spice
  • Reflex Purple

In-game descriptionEdit

"A 2+2 sportscar with an air of class, powered by TVR's inline-6."

When the Cerbera was unveiled at the 1994[5] Birmingham Motor Show, it caused a major commotion, wowing all who were present with its slick 2+2 layout and radical styling. Legend has it that 276 orders for the car were placed on the spot. The Cerbera came equipped with an example of one of the company's first engines built in-house. Under the hood of the performance-minded Cerbera Speed 6 was a 4.0 liter inline-6 rated at 350 HP and 329.9 ft-lb of torque. It came mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. And because this FR (Front engine, Rear drive) car weighed only 1130 kg, the Cerbera possessed awesome on-road performance. Not only did the car go fast in a straight line, it turned with the best of them, thanks to a traditional double-wishbone suspension system all around.

But this Cerbera Speed 6 was tame when compared to the Speed 12, presented at the 1999 London Motor Show. The Speed 12 had almost as much impact as a new model. The main skeleton consisted of steel pipes, but the floor and bulkhead were made of aluminum honeycomb panels. The most impressive thing about the car was its engine, a 7730-cc V-12 that cranked out a whopping 800 HP. This allowed the Speed 12 to reach a top speed of 240 mph and run to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.



This car can be purchased for 79,880 Credits. It is a simplified car.


As a Standard car, the TVR Cerbera Speed 6 '97 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 63,015 Credits. It is a Level 9 car.


This car can be purchased for 79,980 Credits.


This car can be bought at the Used Car Showroom (Late '90s) for around 38,800 Credits. The exact price of the car may vary depending on the mileage.


This car can be bought at the TVR dealership in North City for 71,850 Credits.


  • Although the Cerbera Speed 6 was not playable in GT3, there are 3 hidden Sample cars that use the body of the Cerbera Speed 6 to test certain colors. These cars are known as Sample 002, Sample 004, and Sample 009.
  • In Gran Turismo 2, the available colors are shared with the Cerbera 4.2 and 4.5 models, whereas in Gran Turismo 4 onwards they are shared with the Tuscan model.



  1. Available to be Race Modified
  2. Appears as a Standard Car in Gran Turismo 5
  3. Appears as a simple car in Gran Turismo 6
  4. Front-Engined, Rear-Wheel Drive
  5. Miswritten in the game as 1993, and technically incorrect as it attended the 1993 London Motor Show first