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 both a beautiful 1966 Griffith 400) but the expectant press were told that the cover would not be removed.
At this time we do know that that the initial launch model will use carbon-fibre in its chassis while later production models will offer the carbon chassis as an optional extra. So the price for a unit will be “around £65k” or “roughly the same price level we were offering a well-specced Sagaris at before production ended”.
With over 400 deposits already placed, there remain less than 100 positions available for the Launch Edition model – now confirmed to be limited to 500 cars – after which prospective purchasers will be able to join a reserve list should they choose to do so.