The new TVR Griffith has all the ingredients that make it a perfect driver’s car: a 500-horsepower V8, a lightweight body, a manual gearbox. But what about the sound?
TVR is coming back! True gearheads feel this news deep in their guts, in that gland that secretes whatever that hormone that inhibits rational decisions is called. We’ve known it’s coming for a while, but this is the first hint from TVR as to what the reborn Griffin will look like. And it’s made of tape.
The TVR Griffith is turning 25 years old next year. That means you can bring them over. But should one, buy one?
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
What's a recipe for success? Take one helping of traditional British sports car, and add five liters of American V8 — shake well while serving. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe is trading in Iron Chef for Fiberglass TVR. Hungry?