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TVR Griffith hits the race track - video
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16th Nov 2018
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TVR Griffith hits the race track - video

The TVR Griffith was first revealed over a year ago, timed in line with the British sports car maker's 70th anniversary, but production isn't scheduled to commence until late this year. Now, the company has let one of the first examples loose on a race track in the UK, giving us another look at the reborn nameplate in a dynamic setting, following its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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James Wong
TVR teases new 'Griffith' sports car again
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17th Jul 2017
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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.
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Alborz Fallah
TVR showcases iStream Carbon chassis for new sports car
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22nd May 2016
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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.
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James Wong
TVR confirms revival plans
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11th Jun 2013
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TVR confirms revival plans

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Tim Beissmann
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11th Jun 2013
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TVR confirms revival plans

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Tim Beissmann
TVR: British brand draws to a close
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17th Jul 2012
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TVR: British brand draws to a close

Unique British marque TVR will stop building cars altogether and instead pursue avenues in future technologies such as wind turbines according to its owner, Russian millionaire Nikolai Smolensky. Smolensky, 32, told Autocar that costs and customer demands have become too high to make TVR cars a viable project meaning an eventual resumption of production is equally fated.
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