TVR is aiming to be back on the market with an all-new, all-British model lineup within two years time.
According to TVR’s new owners, the brand hopes to launch a new model within two years of its own design and then support that soon after with a second model. Chairman and Aston Martin racer Les Edgar said the new model will be front-engined and British and the brand hopes to carry on where former owner Peter Wheeler left off.
TVR will concentrate on simple performance cars free of high-tech gadgetry. As Edgar would say, TVRs will continue to be “supercars for the common man.” The automaker doesn’t plan on producing its vehicles in large quantities, but there are still many decisions to be made before a single vehicle can be produced.
First, TVR has to establish a new factory and determine how many units it plans to build. It also needs to decide whether or not new cars will be developed. The choice to source engines or develop in house also needs to be made. As of now, TVR has no plans on exporting its early models.
[Source: Autocar UK]