Route 66 TVR Tuscan

Lurid green modified TVR Tuscan shows off the work of performance car tuner

This bright green TVR Tuscan is the work of performance tuner Route 66. There's no danger of missing it, thanks to its new shade of paint. It's Verdi Itica, a shade replicating one used by Lamborghini.

Elsewhere there's a TVR Sagaris rear diffuser and smatterings of contrasting gloss black trim, including the side mirrors and lower spoilers.

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Underneath the loud the body there's a rebuild although the 375bhp 4-litre Speed Six engine remains, alongside the factory gearbox and exhaust. The brakes are broadly standard but do get body-matching callipers. The suspension is tweaked with coilover springs front and rear.

If you're interested in Route 66's work then check out the company's website.

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