Rights to produce new cars wearing the TVR name, and parts have been sold to a British entrepreneur.
The TVR Sagaris is supercar quick, looks like nothing else on the road and has an engine note to die for. But how do you spot a good one?
It was the last TVR, and arguably the best car the company ever made. Still highly sought-after, it’s a safe place to put your money, but what should you look out for when buying one?
The TVR Chimaera, Cerbera, Sagaris, Griffith and Tuscan return with 6.2-litre V8 power - and a £100K price-tag
TVR's Sagaris was the last of the TVR line and as a consequence better built and sorted than predecessors
It’s still here, and it’s more enjoyable than ever
Smolenski sets sights on overseas markets
evo's Roger Green takes out a TVR Sagaris to find out whether it is actually 'the ultimate track day and road car'
With its wild vents and 406bhp straight-six, Sagaris is the extreme new face of TVR
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