|TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2 (RM)|
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo Concept
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5 (RM)
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST, PR|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||TVR Speed Six 4.0|
|Max Power||350 BHP|
|Performance Points||501 PP|
|Max Torque||319.6 ft-lb|
|0-60 Mph||4.486 seconds|
|Standing Quarter Mile||12.849 seconds|
|Weight||1,100 kilograms (2,400 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.14 kg (6.9 lb) per horsepower|
This car is available only in one color in Gran Turismo 2:
However, from Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec onwards, the player can choose twenty-two colors upon buying this car:
- Reflex Purple
- Reflex Spice
- Chameleon Orange
- Chameleon Blue
- Starmist Blue
- Cosmos Blue Metallic
- Blue Pearlescent
- Olympic Blue Pearl
- Crimson Starmist
- Rosso Pearlescent
- Formula Red Pearl
- Sunset Pearlescent
- Ash Green Metallic
- Cooper Green Metallic
- Moonraker Black Metallic
- Titanium Metallic
- Silver Stardust Metallic
- Flip Flop Yellow
- Pathfinder Blue Pearlescent
- Alphine Green Metallic
- Iced Teal Metallic
- Crystal Topaz Pearlescent
"A unique coupe that brings a classic sportscar drive feel to the present."
TVR, a name derived from the first name of founder Trevor Wilkinson, is noted for making high-performance specialty cars, British coachworks style.
The company's first production car, the Grantura, made its debut in 1958, and features the skillful combination of components from existing production cars such as Volkswagens and Austin Healeys, wrapped in a sporty, head-turning body style.
Another model was the Tuscan that, despite its racing struggles in the 1960s, was resurrected in 2000, armed with a bevy of new features. The 2-seat 2-door car didn't look at all like its predecessor and had a detachable roof, making it look as good a convertible as it did a coupe.
Its eye-catching exterior, highlighted by a wild face, makes the car look big but in fact, the car possessed modest dimensions. It had overall length, width, and height at 166.7 inches, 71.2 inches, and 47.2 inches, respectively. The wheelbase stretches to 92.9 inches. The Speed 6 got its name from the number of cylinders in the engine.
Two inline-6s are available; one a 3.6-liter, the other a 4.0-liter model. The latter featured the day's racing technologies, including dry sump lubrication. Output was rated at 360 BHP and 310.0 lb-ft of torque, and when this power was coupled with the car's lean 1100 kg body, the Speed 6's acceleration was impressive to say the least. It sprinted to 62 mph in less than 4.0 seconds, making it one of the quickest cars of its day.
This car can be won by winning the third race of the Pure Sports Car Cup, located on Trial Mountain Circuit. In addition, this car also appears in Arcade Mode as an unlockable S-Class Car. In order to unlock it, the player must win a race in Arcade Mode on Autumn Ring at normal level or higher.
This car can be bought at the TVR dealership for 80,780 Credits.
This car is available to the player in Arcade Mode from the beginning.
This car can be bought at the TVR dealership for 94,050 Credits.
This car can be purchased at the TVR dealership for 94,800 Credits.
This car can be purchased for 94,800 Credits.
As a Premium car, the TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 can be purchased from the Dealerships for 94,800 Credits. It is a Level 9 car. A Standard version of this car can be imported from Gran Turismo PSP, but its use is limited to Arcade Mode only.
This car can be purchased for 94,800 Credits. It is a detailed car.