Is TVR making a comeback?

TVR was at one point on of the largest specialised sports car manufacturers in the world, offering both coupes and convertibles with in-house straight-6 and V8 engines.

Founded in 1947, TVR was based in the English seaside town of Blackpool, Lancashire until 2006 when the company was split up into several smaller subsidiaries. Since that time the company has not made a single new car.

Last summer, owner Nikolay Smolensky announced that building a new TVR model was not going to be financially viable, thus bringing TVR’s existence as a car manufacturer to an end.

Well looks like something is going on as the company’s website was recently updated with an image saying “Never say never…”

There are no more details at this moment, but it is kind of exciting and who knows maybe the TVR will rise again…


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