TVR History

TVR History

Jomar – The third TVR?

In 1954 Trevor Wilkinson changed the name of his factory from Trevor Motors to TVR. He had been producing for some years some chassis...

TVR S3 and S3C

Available from mid '89 onwards, the major difference for the S3 was the width of the doors, this was increased to improve access to...

TVR S2

The S2 entered the motoring scene in 1989. It was also known as the 2.9S or 290S. It was an improvement of the S1...

TVR S1

Shortly after Peter Wheeler took the head of TVR factory a new model was introduced. Previously, TVR was producing the TVR SEACs which evolved...

TVR Cerbera: testing mule for the Mercedes SLR McLaren

As I was correctly informed recently by a PR Manager of an important German motoring brand, Mercedes-Benz used the TVR Cerbera as a testing...

TVR Cerbera Speed 12: the silly idea

Only one man could realize within 300 yards that his new project was a silly idea. He was Peter Wheeler. But this sound however...

When TVR did Le Mans 24 Hours

There isn't unfortunately any evidence: if you build a very appreciated supercar, if you can say reasonably that a TVR is a race car...

TVR Tamora

TVR Tamora's DNA dates back to the 1991 TVR Griffith: stunning silhouette, bolted an impossibly powerful engine inside a tubular steel chassis. The more...

TVR Tuscan 5.4 Litre: the Brian Hough Tragedy

This gorgeous "semi-works" TVR Tuscan V8 with 5.4 Litre engine was owned by famous pilot Brian Hough, head at Mayfield Motors in Wallasey, Cheshire...

TVR Trident files: the complete 4 four original cars

Speaking about the TVR Trident, we published some images of the most known car, the third unit built and painted red. Now, thanks to...