I already introduced this TVR Cerbera as a former RHD example that has been converted in England to the Left Hand Drive specification to suit perfectly an European owner. Howeveer it was strange that the car (which had been totally restored as you can see in the images of the previous article) had totally a new shape.
Now finally I got the answer: this TVR enthusiast, infact, went further! He took the car to Austrian customizer Konigseder of kremsmünster (not so far from Salisburg) to respray the body with a new body kit.
As you can see, the car has a new front bumper, larger fenders and new rear bumber with central double exhaust. Also new are wheels and brake system: there are large drilled discs with Brembo calipers.
This customized TVR Cerbera LHD (see the Register of TVR Cerbera with Left and Drive) has been repainted with an original and interesting new double color: raspberry and black for the greenhouse and rear boot lid.
As I always said, I dont agree in modifying the original features of a TVR (starting from changing the engine from a gorgeous AJP8 or SP6 to a GM unit) because this means to lower her value (unless this kind of operation comes from the factory itself!). I anyway have to be sincere: if we forget for a moment that this was a great TVR Cerbera MK1 RHD, I can assume this customized Cerbera is at least interesting.”