Gordon Murray Design iStream Carbon

TVR Sports Car To Utilize Gordon Murray’s iStream Carbon Construction

British sports car marque TVR has been revived and is planning a handful of new models, the first of which is coming in 2017 with a Cosworth-tuned version of the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V-8 and a design developed by none other than Gordon Murray. We now know a little more about the famed McLaren... read more

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Reborn TVR Taking Deposits For New Sports Car From July 7

It's exciting enough that Les Edgar and his investor consortium have promised a new TVR for 2017. But revelations that designer Gordon Murray—you might remember him... read more July 5, 2015 by

TVR chairman Les Edgar (left) and Gordon Murray

TVR Teams Up With Gordon Murray For New Sports Car Coming In 2017

For fifty years, TVR built quirky sports cars, by hand, in Blackpool, England. Known for their distinctive (and occasionally odd) styling, TVRs were among the most polarizing... read more June 3, 2015 by

2004 TVR Sargaris

TVR’s New Owner Reveals Details On Future Sports Car Plans

Earlier this month it was confirmed that the remnants of British sports car manufacturer TVR had been sold to a consortium of investors led by entrepreneur Les Edgar, a... read more June 28, 2013 by

2004 TVR Sargaris

TVR’s New Owner Confirms Plans To Restart Car Production

Late last week, news broke that the assets of niche sports car manufacturer TVR, which hasn’t built a car since 2006, had just been sold. At the time, it wasn’t... read more June 10, 2013 by

TVR’s ‘Roaring Back’ pledge

TVR Sold To New Owner, Sports Car Revival Rumored

It was only yesterday we reported that the official website of former British sports car manufacturer TVR had been updated with a holding screen emblazoned with the message... read more June 7, 2013 by

TVR’s ‘Never Say Never’ pledge

Is TVR Set For A Comeback?

TVR was one of the more refreshing, yet slightly-mad, sports car manufacturers in the world. Its cars were uniquely styled and offered amazing performance for the price. But... read more June 6, 2013 by

2004 TVR Tuscan

TVR Boss Gives Up On Building Cars, Focuses On Wind Turbines

Could this be the end of historic sports car brand TVR as we know it? Reports out of the UK claim the owner of the struggling brand, former Russian banker Nikolai Smolensky... read more July 11, 2012 by

Crash scene at L.A.’s Specialty Craft Car

Ferrari, Lamborghini And TVR Damaged In L.A. Crash: Video

A Lincoln Town Car crashed into a luxury vehicle workshop in Los Angeles early yesterday, damaging three customer cars in the process, one of which may belong to NBA star... read more May 17, 2012 by


TVR Is (Sort Of) Back In Business

For fifty years, TVR built quirky sports cars, by hand, in Blackpool, England. Known for their distinctive (and occasionally odd) styling, TVRs were among the most polarizing... read more November 11, 2011 by


Report: New TVR ‘MD-1’ With Corvette Power Coming In 2012

British sports car company TVR’s past is littered with drama, having almost been bankrupted on several occasions and more recently being tied up with Russian politics... read more October 19, 2010 by


TVR To Return With New Roadster

TVR, famous for building powerful and light-weight sports cars with no driver aids, may have a future despite the tumultuous years the marque has endured. Still owned by... read more April 28, 2010 by


Report: TVR Planning A Comeback With U.S.-Sourced V-8 Power

Goodwood's annual Festival of Speed is a sort of motorsports Mecca, drawing both human and mechanical heroes across time and continents for a weeklong salute to all things... read more February 22, 2010 by

Bertone to build next-generation TVRs

Bertone To Build Next-Generation TVRs

TVR recently announced that it will shut down its UK factory and outsource the production of its next-generation vehicles to another European company. We can now confirm that... read more October 19, 2006 by

TVR to remain in Blackpool

TVR To Remain In Blackpool

TVR, famous for building crazy sports cars with no driver aids, will keep manufacturing cars in Blackpool, England. TVR bosses are still dealing with union chiefs, but we can... read more August 18, 2006 by


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