TVR will reveal a new high-performance model at the Goodwood Revival, the first launch by the company in more than a decade.
We understand only a handful of information about the as-yet unnamed design. It will weigh about 1,200 kg, and will be functioned by a 5.0-litre Cosworth-developed V8. An anticipated power output of 480bhp will lead to a 200mph top speed and a 0-60mph time of only 4 seconds.
TVR is a British automaker and Goodwood Revival is going to take place in September this year.
A limited run of 500 ‘Launch Edition’ vehicles, priced at ₤ 90,000 ($116,358), is currently selling fast, with purchasers already having seen the brand-new car at a private event.
This will be TVR’s first new model for well over a decade. Arranged to accompany the British company’s 70th anniversary, the brand-new car’s launch will be the first to occur at the Goodwood Revival in the event’s 19-year history.
The brand-new 2017 TVR has been developed in conjunction with Gordon Murray, the man behind the McLaren F1. His firm, Gordon Murray Design, will use its exclusive iStream carbon fibre chassis manufacturing approach when the new TVR enters into production– something TVR chairman Les Edgar stated will make the technology available to more individuals.
“Historically, carbon fiber has been booked for motorsport and high-end supercars,” stated Les. “And now TVR will be offering clients a piece of that technology at a portion of the cost.”
The carbon technology will be offered as an optional extra on later automobiles, something that TVR anticipates to be popular with purchasers.
The new TVR will be integrated in the company’s new Welsh factory in the Ebbw Vale Enterprise Zone, approximately half way between Merthyr Tydfil and Abergavenny– Britain’s most recent performance vehicle will bear a ‘Made in Wales’ tag.