April 22, 2005

TVR Sagaris

Designed in Bedlam, with the final design focus group run in a little lock-up garage out the back of Rampton Mental Hospital, TVR's new Sagaris sits eyeing me from the other side of the car park like a big blue herptile predator eyeing an unusually vertical hairy mammal. Subtle? No. Not a word we are going to be using here, or any variation plucked from the thesaurian depths so that a journalist can feel clever. Because the TVR Sagaris is about as subtle as being stabbed in the eyes with a stick. It impinges. Like when you get that feeling that somebody is staring at the back of your head, you'll always subconsciously turn towards it with slight unease, aware that it's just looked the other way.


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