Along with Austin-Healey and MG, Triumph adopts the pure and refined British style so much appreciated by classic British car collectors. Already, in the early 1930's, Triumph was able to set the tone with the majestic Triumph SS1 and Triumph Dolomite Straight Eight.
Starting in 1950, Triumph began working on sports car models. It launched the TR1 (Triumph Roadster 1) in 1952, which was to give birth to a whole line of sports models (TR) which became not only the brand's greatest commercial success, but also its most emblematic cars. Triumph roadsters were so popular in their day that many of them became stars on the silver screen, notably in James Bond's films.
Amaury Dubois shares his love of exceptional cars through photographs that transcend the myths.
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