The TR25 concept is how Triumph celebrates 100 years

Photography Courtesy Makkina unless otherwise credited

Imagine an alternative timeline where Triumph never stopped making cars. What would those modern models look like? You’re not the only one who wants to know that, apparently, if the just-unveiled Triumph TR25 concept is anything to go by.

Designed by automotive design house Makkina, the TR25 is an all-electric concept based on the same platform used in the BMW i3S.

Using an all-electric BMW i3S as a platform, Makkina has been able to give the TR25 a near 50-50 weight distribution, allowing it to corner as a true sports car should. Coupled with a low centre of gravity and compact proportions, the i3S serves as the perfect foundation for Makkina to develop the next chapter in British sports car history.

The TR25 pays tribute to the record-breaking “Jabbeke” Triumph TR2, which made headlines 70 years ago after breaking the land speed record for production cars under two liters in 1953 with a top speed of 124.899 mph.

Photograph Courtesy British Motor Industry Heritage Trust

The concept also marks 100 years since Triumph made its first car as well as the 25th anniversary of Makkina.

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wspohn SuperDork
7/14/23 11:40 a.m.

That is really....ugly!

They'll have to come up with something a lot better than that if they want to use it as the basis for an actual car they want to sell.

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