The Triumph TR5 PI is a petrol injection sports car produced by the Standard Motor Company, with Sir John Black at the helm, in the United Kingdom in 1967 and 1968 during which time 2,947 cars were produced.

Triumph TR5 car chassis numbers ranged from CP2 (1967) to CP3101 (1968).

Triumph TR5s can be referred to as TR5 PI.



Triumph TR250s (TR250 Carburettor) were the American equivalent of the Triumph TR5 car – with a carburettor engine rather than petrol injection. In total, 8,484 TR250 cars were produced  by the Standard Motor Company.

The TR250 chassis numbers ranged from CD2685-L (1967) to CD8594-L (1968).

The Triumph TR5 PI and TR250 were offered with the option of a convertible soft top (drop top, rag top, cabriolet) or Surrey Top.

Click the following link to see the available colour schemes: Triumph TR5 & TR250 Colours

Triumph TR5 & TR250 Colours



New White

Black, Matador Red

Triumph Racing Green

Black, Light Tan

Signal Red


Jasmine Yellow


Royal Blue

Black, Shadow Blue, (Midnight Blue)

Valencia Blue

Black, Light Tan

Piggott, B. (1991) Original Trimph TR – The Restorer’s Guide to TR2, TR3, TR3a, TR4, TR4A, TR5, TR250, TR6, Bideford: Bay View Books Ltd.

The Triumph TR5 and TR250 cars came with convertible soft tops (drop top, rag top, cabriolet) and Surrey tops. 

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