The new TVR Griffith, which was recently debuted at the London motor show, will go into production later this year.
The two-seater sports car will be powered by the same V-8 engine found in Mustangs, although it will be tweaked for greater performance, allowing 500hp and a top speed in excess of 200 mph.
The new owners of TVR, who acquired the company back in 2013 from Russian owner Nikokai Smolensky, are keen to point out that the new Griffith is very much a British sports car, both in its design and in the technology that’s used in the car.
The Griffith has been designed in a way that makes it visually appealing while also providing superior stability at high speeds. It weighs in at 1250kg and achieves its low weight by using carbon composite panels which are attached to the tubular steel structure.
The TVR Griffith will start production in one of TVR’s new factories in Wales and will start at around £90,000.
You can put a deposit down on the new Griffith via TVR’s website.