triumph gallery

Triumph Stag

Triumph Stag Sports Car by johnbraid | show original size

triumph stag

Triumph Stag was meant to be the competitor of Mercedes-Benz SL in the sports luxury model segment. All Triumph Stags were convertible coupes to seat four however it required a B-pillar roll bar hoop joined by a T-bar to windscreen to meet the American standard for structural stability.  It was a popular option to have a removable top for former Stags but the later versions were supplied with it s standard accessory. Original Stags were offered with 2.5 L engine and in order to increase power it was offered with 3.0 litre that offer 2997cc and increased torque. The Zenith-Stromberg 175 CDSE carburetors were used to replace the malfunctioning mechanical fuel injection and meet the demand of US norms. The company was aiming to use different engines around a common shaft and increase production using engine capacities ranging from 1.5 L to 4 L. Monocoque construction like the Triumph 2000 model line was employed in the Stag.

sponsored:
triumph stag
triumph stag
add a comment
or Sign in

*0/3000 Character maximum

Review of other vehicles

Suzuki GN 125
Suzuki GN 125

The Suzuki GN125 VanVan is an enigmatic motorcycle, that’s for sure. Farm hands, gamekeepers, race teams and surf dudes would be the ideal customers: it’s perfect for whizzing around country estates, race paddocks and beaches...

Read more...

Dodge Journey
Dodge Journey

The Dodge Journey is a mid-size crossover SUV and its production was started in 2008. Actually it was presented at Frankfurt Motor Show in 2007 for the first time and another version was released for the Chinese markets...

Read more...

Fiat Coupe
Fiat Coupe

The Fiat Coupe was an engaging and idiosyncratic contestant into the Calibra market. It was dispatched at the Brussels engine demonstrate in 1993, and was eminent for its striking Chris Bangle-penned body styling and excellent Pininfarina inner part...

Read more...

Vehicle Brands

alfa romeo

aston martin

audi

bentley

bmw

cadillac

chevrolet

chrysler

citroen

daewoo

daihatsu

dodge

ferrari

fiat

ford

gmc

honda

hyundai

infiniti

jaguar

jeep

kia

lamborghini

land rover

lexus

mazda

mercedes-benz

mitsubishi

nissan

opel

peugeot

porsche

renault

seat

skoda

subaru

suzuki

toyota

volkswagen

volvo

Latest update