'Proper' TVR Wins Over Classic Fans
Classic Car Weekly|September 13,2017

Revival picked for sports car maker’s long-awaited comeback

TVR has revealed its first new car in more than a decade. And the firm, led by chairman, Les Edgar, became the first manufacturer ever to unveil new metal at the Revival. It’s decided to resurrect the Griffith name, 15 years after the last generation of Griffith was sold.

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