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Triumph TR7 was a sports car manufactured by Triumph Motor Company between 1974 and 1981. Its initial production started at Liverpool and later switched to Coventry in 1978. It finally reached the Solihul plant in the country in 1980. TriumphTR7 by its “wedge shape” was hugely popularized and its publicity went like “the shape of things to come”. Other characteristics of the car include the sweeping swage line from the rear wing to the front wheel.  The car’s US entry happened in 1975 and its home debut was only in May 1976. Due to the high demand for the vehicle in the US, the UK debut was delayed. The sports car measured at 160 inches in length, 66 inches by width and 49.5 inches in height and had a wheelbase of 85 inches. Referred as the “Bullet” during the development stage the sports car weighed a good kerbside 1, 000kg.  

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