The “modern” TVR Griffith was only a roadster, even if with the same attitude of a brutal sportcar, especially as a 500 with 340 hp. But how would have been a TVR Griffith Coupé? She could have been inspired but her progenitor, the Griffith 200 and 400 of the 60s.
Today she could offer the same features: a stiff steel backbone chassis, glassfiber body, small dimensions, lightness and a gorgeous American V8 engine. I think that could be a good idea for the future…
love it, would be welcomed