As TVR supercars return, these are the best, and maddest, of the Brit marque’s creations. Ferrari and TVR will both be 70 in 2018, and they’re both named after their respective founders so these are the things they have in common.
Sadly, for the British end of the equation, Ferrari sounds faster than Trevor but even so, the abbreviated TVR managed to punch so far above its weight, that it could have floored Mike Tyson and Carl Froch simultaneously.
TVR SUPERCARS ENJOYED QUESTIONABLE RELIABILITY AND A FAST DRIVE
So, as you all probably know, the TVR is back, and will be heartily filled with Gordon’s Murray’s design brilliance and pf course, Cosworth power. It will even top 200mph, but until the moment we see the final thing at the 2017 Goodwood Revival, here are the company’s greatest supercars.
The start of TVR as anyone under the age of about 95 would recognize it. Available with two different Ford engines, two Coventry Climax engines, or the B-series unit used by the MGA. Granturas were imported by a bloke called Roy Saidel; it was a golden era for British sports cars in America.
Coincided with Martin Lilley’s arrival of as new owner and a move to Bristol Avenue premises. This supercar is TVR’s dazzling weakness for draping scantily dressed ladies over their motor show cars.