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TVR For Sale: a 1996 Cerbera with a V8 Maserati (and Camaro gearbox)

The TVR Unofficial Blog is "rather" not against restomod supercars. There are some restomodded Porsches that are fantastic for style, engineering and, in general terms, philosophy (RWB 964s are gorgeous, Singers are incredible, Gunther...

A TVR Tuscan MK1 in the exciting landscapes of Scotland

A fellow of the TVR Unofficial Blog was in Scotland for a trip with his Tuscan MK1. He sent me some fantastic images of the magic atmosphere of Scottish landscapes. Looking at these clicks...

Opinions on TVR: A wonderful blue Cerbera MK1 at the sunset and his owner’s...

Art means to give life to the inert matter. So why is a TVR Cerbera a work of art? In my opinion because she's moving even when she's still. Here's a wonderful Cerbera MK1...

TVR Tuscan Speed6: the official unveiling of the prototype

Here is a collection of images of the prototype of the TVR Tuscan Speed6 prototype. These pics should come from 1998 Birmingham Auto show. They show the first result of a new course for...

TVR find of the day: the only one TVR T440R road going version is...

There was a time when Marketing rules were unnecessary. People did not feel the need to be convinced of the value of a product but emotional feelings came out just looking at the spec...

TVR GRIFFITH: she could finally enter production. With an electrical engine?

The new TVR Griffith was introduced in Goodwood in late summer 2017. After Smolenski's ownership the brand went bankrupcy but enterpreneur Les Edgar restarted the business. Or this was what were excited about. Edgar...

TVR Cerbera MK1 in action: four images for an exciting handful of seconds

That's not me. But This is one the best moments you can hope to admire a TVR Cerbera. Just four images (please contact the staff if there's a copyright infringement) but four or five...

Ultramarine blue

In these images there's the sense of beauty. Probably I ignore the subject but I heardt that never TVR Cars defined the best color for its cars. Recently several images have been published on...

TVR Griffith: I’m going on in being optimist

We've been missing any news o the new TVR Griffith for months. I myself tried to send some mails to the factory and waited for an answer. As a journalist but also as a...

TVRs for sale: very interesting TVR Chimaera for sale at Classic Car Auction this...

This Saturday (3rd August), Classic Car Auctions will be holding their biggest sale ever of 188 lots of Everyman Classics at the Warwickshire Event Centre.Among the lots are some fantastic opportunities to get into...

Photoshooting: a fine example of The TVR Cerbera 4500 MK2 Lightweight

I got the chance to publish some images of a fine example of the rare TVR Cerbera 4500 KM2 Lightweight. It's commonly uknown how many were ever built but according to a source they...

The next Aston Vanquish will have a manual transmission too. TVR is a step...

Probably time has come to start finally deliveries of the new TVR Griffith. It seems that TVR company could be last supercar brand to offer a manual gearbox. Speaking at Australian magazine Car Sales Aston...

OPINIONS on TVRs, NEW TVR Griffith: what consequences on past models?

With the introduction of the new TVR Griffith the company has been suddenly shot in the future. Last September 8th a huge break has been created between the "OLD" and the "NEW" TVR.And now...

VIDEO: The TVR Griffith arrives at Gordon Murray Design

On TVR's official Youtube page there's a small video featuring boss Les Edgar arriving a Gordon Murray Design's headquarter at the wheel of the new TVR Griffith. Reading on various comments concerning the shared...

NEW TVR Griffith: the Gordon Murray Design’s iStream chassis (VIDEO)

The interesting video below shows an animation of the TVR Griffith's infrastructure. It was developed by Gordon Murray Design (Shalford, Surrey) and it’s called iStream, a re-think on the way cars are designed, developed and manufactured....

TVR Griffith: undercover racecar for the 24 Hours of Le Mans?

Speaking during the Griffith's unveil, CEO Les Edgar hinted at the engagement of the company with races and, in particoular, with the 24 Hours of Le Mans.“I’ve been to Le Mans for 33 years...