The Times published an interesting buying guide on the TVR Sagaris:
Where’s the truth? Here are two possibile sceneries: TVR’s new Marketing Office started its strategy to promote TVR brand before the official introduction of the new roadster we’re waiting for (any one would be TVR Unofficial Blog’s correspondent with text and images at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010 where the car will be shown? Please make me know!).
Or maybe people begin realizing an important thing: consider Aston Martins, Porsches, Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Maseratis, Jaguars. In previous years tons of them were sold. And economies of scale produced very bad results: Alfa 8C, Maserati Granturismo S and Ferrari California share the same engine. So where’s the prestige? Where’s the exclusivity? Currently depreciation is very high for them. I already stated that they’re nomore considered as “collection cars” but as normal “used car”.
TVRs belong to a very special and ancient world. Great Britain is full of small garages and brands that build their cars following specific values: passion, hand-made philosophy, sense of individualism… English people consider motoring passion in terms of culture. Culture means love for cars from the first ever produced to those ones of nowadays.
That’s why TVRs, in my opinion, can be considered as real collection cars and, for this reason, A GOOD INVESTMENT. Do you agree? Do you hate me because I’m denigrating Ferraris? Leave a comment or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org