Owning a TVR, driving a TVR, looking after a TVR… Do you think it’s easy to arrive to a TVR coming from Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, BMW, Mercedes, Audi or Jaguar? Forget it! You need passion and culture for “real” supercars. You need a particoular skillness as TVRs don’t have neither an ABS system. You need to dream to have your back broken after a trip by its suspensions, and your ears martyred from the gorgeous sound of a TVR engine. And you’ve to be sad because the trip has ended and you look forward the next time you’ll drive it again. Maybe you’ve got to have some lessons from English people, the perfect enthusiasts, the perfect owners of such a car!
Once we’ve been told about a Porsche owner who had visited Uk Garage (the only one official Italian TVR dealer) to collect some infos on TVR cars. He was thinking about purchasing one (a Sagaris, a Tuscan, we don’t remember). He was sure he was an enthusiast. But suddenly, Uk Garage boss heardt: “Oh yes! I know TVRs; they’re transaxle, don’t they?”. Here is your transaxle man!