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TVR Griffith’s V8 engine: good for a Cerbera?

As a motoring enthusiast and TVR lover I'm greedy. So looking at the Cerbera mule that was used to test the Griffith's V8 Cosworth engine a couple of question come out:How long will it...

VIDEO: TVR Cerbera 4500 upgraded by Powers Performance and the dyno’s response

Powers Performance, the largest independent supplier of replacement and upgrade components for TVRs, gives us the last overview on the TVR Cerbera's potential.This video features a TVR Cerbera 4.500 after an upgrade project while on...

REGISTER of TVR Cerbera 4.500 MK1 “GT”

INFORMATIONs: There aren't official informations about the TVR Cerbera "GT". Opinions are contrasting: some say the Cerbera GT hasn't any relevant difference with a standard Cerbera 4.500 while others claim it's different in comparison...

TVR FIND OF THE DAY: The Wheeler Dealers Cerbera 4.2 MK1 is for sale...

Fernhurst Motor Company, Surrey, United Kingdom has for sale the 1999 TVR Cerbera 4.2 that starred in Wheeler Dealers (S10 E6), fronted by Mike Brewer and Edd China."Stardust Silver with Nimbus/Portland Grey half hide,...

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...

The Very Last Production TVR Cerbera

According to a very autoritative voice, the last "official production TVR Cerbera" was a TVR Cerbera Speed-6 with chassis number 5B001313. Her build Sheet was printed/amended on 21/09/2004. This car left the factory at...

TVR Find of the day: TVR Cerbera with a huge engine!

For who would love to feel his/her TVR even nearer to race specs, here's something interesting. As written, This 1996 TVR Cerbera 4.5 MK1 (it's advertised HERE) "benefits from being fitted with a Readman...

TVR Cerbera 4.2 Mk1: a great photoshooting

Some years ago EVO magazine did a great photoshooting of the TVR Cerbera. That one pictured is a Cerbera 4.2 MK1 in dark metal green. As you can see easily it's recognizable by front...

TVR Cerbera MK1 and Mk2: what differences?

Here is a useful vademecum to recognize a TVR Cerbera MK1 and an MK2: the front and rear lights changed on chassis number 2017 on 25/9/99 for the show car, screens never changed in...

TVR Proposal: the next TVR Cerbera

Designer David William Martin looks at the future and at a new future for TVR. Here are some sketches of the TVR Cerbera MK3. Volumes are always the same, gorgeous, of the TVR Cerbera...