TVR T350C Driving Experiences
The T350C, produced by British manufacturer TVR, features a 4.0 litre Straight Six engine that produces 400 bhp. This supercar is the successor to the TVR Sagaris, offering lightning fast acceleration from 0 - 60 mph in under 4 seconds and is capable of reaching 175 mph. The T350C debuted in 2002 and was produced until 2006. Now you can get behind the wheel of the T350C on driving experience days exclusively at our Bovingdon Airfield venue in Hertfordshire through dates and gift vouchers from TrackDays.
Drive a TVR T350C near me
If you think it’s just Ferrari and Lamborghini who can produce lightweight yet astonishingly powered supercars, think again. TVR emphatically delivered their reply to such a challenge when they first unveiled their T350C model back in 2002.
Stylistically in keeping with their two-seater Tamora sports car that had been launched that same year, it was also the fourth of their models in the early 00s to be kitted out with their in-house developed and designed Speed Six engine.
The T350C’s exquisite 4 litre engine is fine tuned to positively sing out with 400 bhp, with acceleration that is more than a match for its European contemporaries in the supercar world; 0 - 60 mph in 3.7 seconds is mightily impressive.
And with top speeds in excess of 175 mph, you’re left in no doubt that once you take to the wheel of this TVR that you’re handling one of the very best British supercars of all time.
Cool Facts About the TVR T350C
Praise for the TVR T350C from the motoring press and industry was unstinting to say the least. Richard Hammond, test driving it in an episode of the first series of BBC motoring show Top Gear in its same year of launch (2002) said ‘It’s raucous, raw and insane to look at … but it’s also loud. Properly, properly loud.’
Auto Express magazine were also positive in their 2003 review, and pointed to the T350C’s accessibility as being part of its appeal: ‘With supermodel looks and girl-next-door prices … for the cost of a BMW M3, you can get behind the wheel of a machine that appears as exotic as any continental supercar.’