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New TVR: are 480 hp from the V8 engine only the “first step”?

As recently stated HERE the new TVR will be equipped with a Cosworth engine. In Cosworth's homepage you can read that "Cosworth will develop and engineer a normally aspirated, dry-sump V8 engine to support...

TVR Find of the day: All but “serving suggestion”? (but the price is high)

A TVR Cerbera is something pure and genuine that gives, since the first sight, a dramatic sense of the British way of a Gran Turismo car: elegant and strongly aggressive. Something that many Italian...

Are you the LAST TVR Tuscan Speed6 with Left Hand Drive?

TVR Tuscan Speed6 n.35 of the Register of TVR Tuscan Speed 6 with Left Hand Drive, is surely one of the last ever built (note the late style of the dash: this particoular layout...

NEW TVR: a fully working car at Goodwood Revival 2017 (and hurry up with...

Below there are some statements from TVR's CEO Les Edgar on the new car that we'll se at the Goodwood Revival in early September. Two important notices: The new model will be a fully working...

OPINIONS ON TVR: can a T350 be a daily driver?

The question is not ill put as a TVR is totally a different car in comparison with a standard GT you could be used to drive from home to office and back (a Porsche...

Vernasca Silver Flag 2017: a superb TVR Griffith 200 1965

Stoop Ruedi from Switzerland took to the Vernasca Silver Flag 2017 a wonderful example of TVR Griffith 200. The car was in stunning conditions and was really fast along the course. All British citizen know the...

NEW TVR: world premiere at 2017 Goodwood Revival

We've to wait still for a couple of months. And then TVR will be officially brought to new life. At next Goodwood Revival (September 8th and 9th 2017) the company will unveil the new...

T37 engine mule: the Black Hound at Dunsfold roars greatly

It's fantastic to know that the new TVR's heart beats so well! That's what's happens in this video: Les Edgar, TVR Ceo, is driving T37 engine mule - a modified Cerbera fitted with the 5 litre...

PRESS REVIEW: Autocar mag creates new images based on teasers and snippets

Autocar magazine created new images about the new TVR using official snippets of information and teasers to reveal what the model could look like in production guise. Gordon Murray Design has also released a cutaway image of TVR's performance model,...

NEW TVRs: “Made in Wales”

First minister of Wales Carwyn Jones said that the new TVR sports car, planned to launch in 2017, will be manufactured in the Ebbw Vale Enterprise Zone in South Wales. This decision makes the company...

NEW TVR: finally some NEWS!

The new TVR will be on the market in 2017. First few enthusiasts will enjoy an limited-run of models built around an inventive all–carbon architecture. These Launch Edition’ cars will be built around a carbonfibre chassis,...

TVR Cerbera Left Hand Drive by Konigseder

I already introduced this TVR Cerbera as a former RHD example that has been converted in England to the Left Hand Drive specification to suit perfectly an European owner. Howeveer it was strange that...

TVR: now the company accepts orders for the new car

Although the new car has yet to be seen even in concept form, an “incredible public response” has encouraged the new TVR firm to act and start securing firm pre-orders TVR has been accepting £5,000...

Official TVR stand at London Motor Show 2016

The front-end shape of the new TVR has been teased in a design sketch at the 2016 London Motor Show. A scale model of the car was shown under a cover on the TVR stand (the stand displayed...

The TVR Tuscan Vulcan

Story published by Autocar magazine Russian businessman Smolenski, you’ll probably remember, bought TVR from its former owner, Peter Wheeler, in 2004, but despite his best intentions he could only watch as the whole shebang –...

TVR Find of the day: TVR Tuscan MK1 Left Hand Drive for sale in...

Car n.51 of the Register of TVR Tuscan with Left Hand Drive is for sale in Holland. It seems she was already for sale one year ago, July 2010, but she didn't succeed in...