In 1960, the evolution of the little but sporty Grantura MK1 took to its first heir. When the Grantura Mark II was introduced in late 1960, it was effectively a lightly modified Mark I with several improvements and a little visual retouching.
Raised rear wings incorporating new tail lights and flared wheel arches were the main visual differences. The car had also some chassis changes, designed by John Thurner, whose work would have been used for several years in a few variants. The Mark II sold a lot better than the Mark I, but was only produced for a couple of months, before it had been replaced with the TVR GRantura MK IIA.