TR Supercars has attracted a group of former engineers from British TVR who have created a modern version of the Cerbera Speed 12 supercar. The cabin is called Speed 12 Turbo and has technologies that allow it to be used on standard roads. The design is made by TR Supercars, and at the base of the machine is a tubular steel frame with a cockpit made of aluminum and carbon. The parts of the bodywork are carbonic, giving a weight of 1448 kg. The engine is Aaton Martin – 6.0-liter V12 with two turbines and a titanium exhaust system.
The engine power is 1026 hp and 843 Nm of torque. It combines with a 6-speed manual transmission, allowing the Speed 12 Turbo to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds. The maximum speed of the supercar is 350 km/h.
The equipment of this brutal car also includes suspension with adjustable settings, wheels with one central fixing nut, carbon-ceramic brakes and Michelin Sport Cup 2. The cost of the machine is 1.2 million GBP.
The original Cerbera Speed 12, also known as TVR Project 7/12, came out in 1996. The coupe received a 7.7-liter V12 with over 800 hp, built on the basis of the FIA GT1 race car. The machine even took part in several races, winning some of them.
Then TVR received enough orders for the road version of the model but failed to release it. The owner of TVR at that time, Peter Wheeler, judged the car to be too powerful, and it would make it dangerous.