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2017 TVR Griffith unveiled: V8 two-seater marks official return of UK icon

Italian marque Ferrari isn't the only brand celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, with iconic British sports car maker TVR marking 70 years with the unveiling of its all-new 2017 TVR Griffith...

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TVR teases new 'Griffith' sports car again
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TVR teases new 'Griffith' sports car again

After 12 years of dormancy, reborn British company TVR is closer than ever to releasing its all new car, with yet another teaser photo (above) released on the company's social media over the weekend. The new sports car, which the company claims is more alongside what Aston Martin offers with the Vantage, rather than what Porsche offer with the 911, is likely to resurrect the 'Griffith' or Grif name when it gets its official unveiling at this year’s Goodwood Revival event on September 8...


TVR sports car teased again ahead of September 8 reveal
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TVR sports car teased again ahead of September 8 reveal

The upcoming sports car from reborn British company TVR has been teased again, ahead of its reveal at this year's Goodwood Revival event in September. Scheduled to be unveiled on September 8, the new TVR will be displayed alongside a range of historic models from the British sports car firm, who is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year...


TVR's new sports car could revive iconic Griffith nameplate, new trademark hints
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TVR's new sports car could revive iconic Griffith nameplate, new trademark hints

The upcoming sports car from British manufacturer TVR could revive the iconic Griffith name, after the badge trademark was recently renewed. Set to make its debut in September, the new TVR will be the brand's first new model since it was revived in 2013, and will feature a Cosworth-developed naturally-aspirated dry sump V8 engine...


Zero to boredom in less than three seconds: Where have all the scary cars gone?
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Zero to boredom in less than three seconds: Where have all the scary cars gone?

Often when people fondly reminisce about 'the good old days', the truth is, they were never really that great. But in this instance, they bloody well were. Fast cars. I mean, really fast cars. Properly fast cars. They used to be called supercars. And guess what? They were properly scary. I’m not quite old enough to be losing my mind just yet, but I’m certainly old enough to remember them...


TVR showcases iStream Carbon chassis for new sports car
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TVR showcases iStream Carbon chassis for new sports car

British sports-car brand TVR is edging closer to its rebirth, previewing its new coupe with the lightweight carbon-fibre chassis that will underpin it. The new two-door hero is scheduled for a public debut sometime next year, more than a decade after the company ceased production in 2006...


TVR coupe previewed with shadowy teaser, revealing artwork
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TVR coupe previewed with shadowy teaser, revealing artwork

British specialty car maker TVR has released the first teasers for its new coupe, expected to make its official debut in 2017. These new teasers, in the form of a shadowy side-profile image and an artwork, suggest the British marque is moving closer to revealing its first offering in 10 years, after production on the unique sports cars seized in 2006...


TVR to build factory near Circuit of Wales - reports
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TVR to build factory near Circuit of Wales - reports

TVR has reportedly selected a site in Wales for its new factory and official confirmation is due soon. According to Autocar, Carwyn Jones, the first minister of Wales, has confirmed that TVR will build a new plant at or near the Circuit of Wales track that's due to open later this year...


TVR claims 2017 production run is already sold out
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TVR claims 2017 production run is already sold out

Even in absence of official renderings and specifications, TVR claims that it already has buyers lined up for its entire 2017 production run. In June, TVR announced that it will begin designing a new range of affordable performance coupes and convertibles in collaboration with Cosworth and Gordon Murray Design...


TVR to develop new car with Gordon Murray, Cosworth
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TVR to develop new car with Gordon Murray, Cosworth

British specialty automaker TVR has announced that it will be designing and engineering a new sports car in collaboration with Gordon Murray Design and Cosworth. TVR has publicly confirmed that it is working on an all-new coupe and convertible, with design and engineering being done in partnership with Gordon Murray, designer of the McLaren F1, and Cosworth...


TVR to make a comeback within two years
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TVR to make a comeback within two years

Defunct sports car brand TVR is set to make comeback, with the first model believed to be ready in two years time. Computer game millionaire and ex-Aston Martin racer Les Edgar has led a group of like-minded investors and car enthusiasts to buy TVR’s name, design rights and assets, and he now asserts that a new TVR model will be built, confirming rumours reported on CarAdvice last month that TVR will be revived...


TVR confirms revival plans
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TVR confirms revival plans

TVR is on the verge of making an unlikely comeback, with the new owner of the British sports car brand confirming its revival. Speculation of a comeback was rife last week when news broke that the homepage of TVR's UK website had been updated with an image of the car maker's badge accompanied by the words 'Never say never'...


TVR website hints at revival with 'Never say never' homepage
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TVR website hints at revival with 'Never say never' homepage

Fans of defunct British sports car manufacturer TVR may feel heartened by the latest update to the brand’s website. The homepage of TVR.co.uk now features the car maker's badge alongside the words 'Never say never', potentially providing a glimmer of hope for a revival – unlikely as it may seem. Belgian enthusiast website Autofans...