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While Triumph may not remain as well known among common car enthusiasts, the company had a long, important history that left an impact on the world of cars.
Unique and Stylish, Triumph stood out from the pack. A wide selection of coupe and convertible models offered during the mid and late 20th century had Triumph standing out as an element of style.
Figures such as John Lennon owned a Triumph convertible—a Triumph Herald, specifically.
Triumph has made various film and television experiences. James Bond and Alfred Hitchcock’s featuring of Triumph no doubt propelled the car company into the mainstream.
Ultimately dissolving before the mid-1980s, Triumph trademark is currently owned by BMW.
Influential Triumph Sports Car Models: A Guide
- Triumph experienced a creative boom during the 1960s with models such as the TR5. When paired with classic colors such as cherry red, this gorgeous sports car could hit 125 mph due to a 2.5-liter-injected power plant for an extra kick.
- TR6 Triumph models are special due to their muscle aesthetic achieved while still staying true toward British elegance. With sales reaching almost 95,000 during the TR6’s eight-year run, it’s fair to say the TR6 was a success for Triumph.
- What makes the Triumph TR8 exciting is its smooth front end that resembles a Corvette while creating its unique sporty look. The TR8 was designed primarily for Americans. Due to a late start on the Market during the 1980s, the TR8 met limited success, with no more than 2,500 cars built. Even though limited models were made, this 3.5-fuel-liter V8 engine should not be overlooked.
- Triumph Spitfire IV’s are a sight to behold. An aerodynamic front and square-cut back styling make the Spitfire IV a dramatically different looking Triumph that made an impressive mark on design. The swing-rear suspension was added to the Spitfire IV, which created better handling to compliment the 100 mph engine.
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