Rare Grey Spectraflair 


Just 5740 miles




1. In Brief

Mileage: 5740

Engine: 3996

Colour: Grey Spectraflair

Transmission: Manual

Service history: Service History

Registration: GK05 GPO

2. Model History

The Blackpool based TVR Motor Company first offered the Sagaris to the motoring press at the 2003 MPH03 Auto Show and was further showcased a year later in 2004 at the NEC Birmingham Motor Show, with order books fully open and the first small number of vehicles to become available to the lucky few in 2005. even though the factory never documented the exact total build of cars, there are reports that only a mere 211 units had been produced and sold between 2005 to 2006 and if we fast forward to 2018, the total number of vehicles still available to acquire are very few and far between, thus making this the ultimate British modern day classic Supercar. The radical design came from the perfect collaboration of factory designers Graham Browne & Lee Hodgetts, who both wanted this all new offering to be an endurance racer, yet sadly the Sagaris was to be one of the last models that would be produced from the Lancashire assembly line and with the aggressive sculptured body curves and a multitude of air vents, this fabulous TVR was to set the heartbeats racing for those purist of Petrolheads that wanted their own piece of British handbuilt excitement. Every element of the car was to create maximum aggression and fear to other leading car manufacturers, with the vehicles name Sagaris to come from the Greek lightweight battle axe used by the formidable warriors known as the Scythians, which was feared for its ability to penetrate the armour of their enemies. At the time of build, the TVR brand was under Russian ownership, with the young Oligarch Nikolai Smolensky wanting to make his mark on an already established performance manufacturer. He wanted to improve the final finish and build quality that had been a downfall for many past TVR cars dating back to when the company was first founded in 1946. TVR Chief Engineer Daniel Boardman was also frustrated with historical factory build issues and was tasked with the job of overseeing the wishes of his new boss, he looked to improve problems with water ingress, poor fitment of interiors and the sometimes scary vehicle handling, which had made drivers slightly nervous to even consider a TVR as an option to purchase. Mr Boardman improved the suspension which eliminated bump steer, the dampers were tuned with input from the Bilstein and Multimatic concerns, the bonnet was redesigned to work as well as any conventional steel bonnet and the door seals were meticulously checked to ensure no water ingress. The immense power came from the four litre Speed Six engine which produced an impressive 406 BHP between 7000-7500rpm and 349lb ft of torque at 5000rpm, which would accelerate both driver and passenger from 0-62 MPH in just 3.7 seconds, would brake from 60-0 MPH in an astonishing 2.9 seconds and then would further climb to a top speed of 185 MPH, with the final party piece being offered from the thunderous noise, generated from the chromed sided exhaust pipes.

Chassis Number B001249 was first supplied by Hexham Horseless Carriages TVR in the July of 2005 and over the last thirteen years this sensational looking Sagaris has had just the four keepers in total, which in the world of this now desirable and collectable brand is viewed as being very low to now find. Ever since the date of first registration our example has only had a mere 5740 miles applied, to which if we break this down further is approximately just 441 miles per annum, which should now make this one of the lowest mileage examples available worldwide. Even with this incredible current mileage reading the car has still had various services completed to include visits logged at 1927, 3382, 3550 & 4869 miles, with the last completed by HHC Sports Cars which is a fully recognised independent TVR Specialist and once we have successfully completed our sale, our fully trained & knowledgeable workshops will complete a full further extensive service, prior to the next lucky custodian taking charge. This sensational mileage reading is also fully validated with a perfect past MOT trace validated by VOSA with past reports completed at 1505, 1624, 1733, 1927, 2800, 3558, 4869 & 5737 miles, which was carried out on the 27th of November 2017. The total current presentation of the car can only be described as being astonishing on every single aspect, which all shows that for the last decade and a half, our TVR Sagaris has been treated and stored to an unrepeatable degree, with the highest of attention & care given from day one of registration. Once sold we will be delighted to present the vehicle with the entire booklet pack set, the original red factory code card, a fully cleared Hpi Certificate and a fully functional key set, which is all in place for that person to enjoy and cherish during their own time of ownership.

Parkway Specialist Cars, The Home Of True Excellence...

3. Interior

The interior design follows the same suit as the radical exterior, with a total cabin designed for sheer excitement and driving pleasure, but still and possibly more surprisingly a snug interior that offers high end comfort, with subtle metal turned detailing that announces Its true intent. The interior is presented with the custom black leather bucket design seating beautifully complemented with a mixture of white quilted stitch over the base, with further white twin needle stitch to the bolsters, with both driver and passenger seats showing no sign of wear or damage. Detailing on the cabin will continue with black carpets that have been protected from new with TVR Sagaris over mats, black leather trimmed door cards detailed with Carbon Fibre inserts, the dark grey suede roof lining, the black leather trimmed centre drivers tunnel with white stitch detail, the black leather bound dash that wraps around this truly exciting interior, the three spoke black leather trimmed steering wheel, the metal turned gear shift and hand brake lever, the Sagaris aluminium internal door sill plates and beautifully decorated with metal turned switches that finish this highly dramatic environment off perfectly. The interior offers nothing more than more pure excitement and is a difficult animal to tame, even for the most experienced drivers.

4. Exterior

The aggressive sculptured fibre glass body is presented in the highly rare Grey Spectraflair Pearl, with this stunning colour finish changing under different light conditions, showcasing those hostile multiple bonnet vents, the fabulous Sagaris body lines and the now famous signature TVR curves. Further prominent features include the curved bubble roof panel, the unmarked silver finished 18" seven spoke TVR embossed Spyder alloy wheels which all sit on branded tyres, the twinned chromed right angled exhaust pipes, the colour coded front bumper valance blades, the aluminium fuel filler cap, the perspex rear boot lid spoiler secured with the metal turned brackets, the blackened brake calipers embossed with the yellow TVR script, the colour coded door mirror caps with the door entry system, exterior front and rear light covers that appear to have been moulded from the depths of hell and beautifully finalised with the signature TVR motifs that should warn off other road users. The TVR Sagaris is possibly the most aggressive looking vehicle ever to have been conceived by man, with the total appearance being effortlessly beautiful from every given angle and with this would be well placed in a new or already established vehicle collection.

Is This The Best Of The Best Left To Acquire?..

5. Specification

A unique blue chip opportunity in the interesting world of modern day collectable classics. Options to include the TVR close ratio gearbox, air conditioning, the three spoke black leather trimmed steering wheel, the TVR Pearlescent paint finish, the aluminium fuel filler cap, the unmarked silver finished 18" seven arm TVR embossed alloy wheels, the blackened brake calipers embossed with yellow TVR, remote central locking with alarm, metal turned gear selector, Sagaris embossed entry door sill plates, metal turned hand brake lever, NXT speaker system, Pioneer head unit with CD, the twinned chromed right angled exhaust pipes, protective film to the nose, the perspex rear boot lid spoiler, a fire extinguisher and so much more. Presented with the entire booklet pack, an extensive past history file, a full key set and a fully cleared Hpi report. Our last Sagaris was secured by a private collector in the UK, no matter where you are located we can arrange shipping, with full details and costs available upon request..


To Replicate, Would Indeed Be An Impossible Challenge....

Send Us An Enquiry

Please send your enquiry to us below, we will reply to you within 24 hours.

Value Your Part Exchange

Please send your registration below, we will reply to you within 24 hours.