Triumph 1964

Herald
Vitesse
2000
Spitfire 4
TR4
Dove GTR4 - end of prod.

Great Britain

Standard-Triumph entered the medium range saloon car market with 2000 Saloon – an attractive Michelotti styled four-door, five-seater which was unveiled in the summer of 1963. Powered by a 90-bhp version of the six-cylinder, 1998-cc engine used on the Vitesse, this model is otherwise completely new and feature a unitary construction body with twin recessed headlamps above a full width horizontal bar grille and a bonnet air scoop, all independent suspension, servo-assisted front brakes and a luxuriously equipped interior. Top speed approximately 95 mph Price £1087. At the end of the year an estate version was presented.
TR4A have coil spring ifs, more weight, wing mounted chrome flashes incorporating side lights and extra 4 bhp.


W styczniu rozpoczęto masową produkcję sedana 2000, który jest następcą Standarda Vanguard Six. Pod koniec roku zaprezentowano 2000 kombi.
Ost.rok Heralda Coupé. Powst. 5.319 szt.

 

Herald

S (R4 cyl, 948 cc, 35 bhp) - end of prod.
  Saloon
1200 (R4 cyl, 1147 cc, 48 bhp)
  Saloon
  Coupé - end of prod. in October
  Convertible
  Estate Car
  Courier
12/50 (R4 cyl, 1147 cc, 51 bhp)
  Saloon

 

Vitesse

1600 (R6 cyl, 1596 cc, 70 bhp)
  Saloon
  Convertible

 

2000

2000 (R6 cyl, 1998 ccm, 90 bhp)
  Saloon


2000 (motor'64/2-12, 7-5)

 

Spitfire 4

4 (R4 cyl, 1147 cc, 63 bhp)
  Roadster

 

TR4

TR4 (R4 cyl, 2138 cc, 100 bhp)
TR4 (R4 cyl, 1991 cc, 100 bhp) - opt.
  Roadster
  Hardtop

 

Dove GTR4

GTR4 (R4 cyl, 2138 cc, 100 bhp) - end of prod.
  Coupé

 

       
       

 

Victories:

Entries:

  24h Le Mans 15-16.06-1963 Entrant: Results: Index:
# engine gen. class perf. eff.
49 Spitfire 1.147 cc Rothschild/Tullius Triumph acc. - - -
50 Spitfire 1.147 cc Hobb/Slotemaker Triumph 21st 3rd prot.1.0-1.15 16th
65 Spitfire 1.147 cc Piot/Marnat Triumph acc. - - -


Triumph Spitfire, engine: 1.147 cc. (David Hobbs / Rob Slotemaker) at 24h Le Mans, Standard Triumph.


Triumph Spitfire #49, chassis #X985, engine: 1.147 cc. (Mike Rothschild / Bob Tullius) at 24h Le Mans, Standard Triumph.


Triumph Spitfire, chassis #X937, engine: 1.147 cc. (Jean-Francois Piot / Jean-Louis Marnat) at 24h Le Mans, Standard Triumph.