TVR Griffith 2022 specs and price
New TVR Griffith
The TVR Griffith began production in 1991 and ended in 2002. Nowadays, Griffith's name reappeared on a sports car launched under the revived TVR brand in 2017.
The new TVR Griffith is engineered by Gordon Murray Design. The meticulous attention to detail, remarkable aerodynamics and roaring V8 engine is pure Le Mans racer, while its just-right proportions, practical dimensions and lightweight follow the eternity of TVR cars.
It's powered by a Cosworth-tuned Ford 5.0 V8 engine that produced 500 hp, and double-wishbone suspension and adjustable shock absorbers. It can accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in about 4 seconds and can reach a top speed of over 322 km/h.
The new TVR Griffith includes ABS, power steering and traction control as standard to handle high power output and keep the car stable at high speeds.
Extensive use of carbon fiber helps reduce weight, and as a result, it weighs less than 1,250 kg, with a 50:50 weight distribution.
Featuring a carbon fiber ground-effect chassis for outstanding stability and handling, the new TVR Griffith is designed and engineered with driver-focused performance and safety as its main priority. By incorporating ground effect into the new car's design, TVR ensures that it maintains unwavering stability at high speeds, while providing excellent handling and cornering capabilities.
Gordon Murray Design's unique iStream process provides exceptional torsional stiffness and passive safety in addition to being extremely lightweight. The vehicle's carbon fiber composite structure has a stiffness of nearly 20,000 Nm per degree, and is also designed to direct shock forces to the tires for increased safety.
The TVR is a limited production exotic sports car, up to 500 units will be manufactured. The new TVR Griffith will initially be built under EC SSTA specs (European Union Small Series Type Approval). So, it will be available in all EU regions and available in right or left-hand drive versions.
New TVR Griffith price: When it debuted in 2017, TVR announced that the Griffith Launch Edition would start at £90,000. At the moment the car is not in production, but pre-orders are being accepted.