The 2024 TVR Griffith electric sports coupe has been announced.
No matter what you say, we expect that this time the TVR Griffith will hit a production line. The sports car from the 1980s was first revealed with an all-new sports coupe back in 2017. But it didn’t hit the production line as we’re aware. The company has yet to deliver a single car to “real” customers. Meanwhile, the brand announced the fully electric version of the coming 2024 TVR Griffith with a Ford V8 engine.
The company is also sponsoring the Monaco and London E-Prix, which will be on April 30 and July 30-31. TVR said it will be working on “future powertrain alternatives” to come on par with the V8 sports car.
Other details about the upcoming car are still unknown. TVR chairman, Les Edger said that the first deliveries of the V8 sports coupe will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023. Production of the 2024 TVR Griffith will start in their new factory in Whales.
Specs: Engine, Performance, 0-60 MPH & Top Speed
When the sports coupe was unveiled in 2017, it had a 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 463 horsepower with a six-speed manual transmission. The TVR Griffith was based on Gordon Design’s iStream process. It had a zero to 60 mph acceleration time in under four seconds. The Griffith has a top speed of over 200 mph. The TVR Griffith had the same size as the Porsche Cayman. It had a double-wishbone suspension at both of its axles with 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels.
You can book the all-new TVR Griffith and pay the deposit of €5,000 ($6,356) on its website. The Launch Edition will be made of only 500 of them
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