- Legendary British sports car company TVR is set to showcase its latest creation – the Griffith – at The Confused.com London Motor Show 2018
- TVR will take pride of place at the show’s all-new ‘Built in Britain’ feature, celebrating UK automotive excellence with displays of vehicles designed and built on our shores
- The eagerly anticipated Griffith stays true to TVR’s iconic design recipe but packs numerous revolutionary punches, too – it’s sure to be a big hit at the ExCeL
- The Confused.com London Motor Show is set to be bigger and better than ever – with more cars, more exhibitors and more activities taking centre stage from 17-20 May
- Tickets are on sale now from £18 – with children under 17 going free with a paying adult – and can be purchased at https://londonmotorshow.seetickets.com
London, 16 February 2018 The Confused.com London Motor Show is delighted to announce that iconic British sports car manufacturer TVR will be showcasing its newest creation – the Griffith – at the 2018 event.
The Griffith is the first car launched by TVR since the company’s relaunch in 2013, and it caused a big stir upon its initial reveal back in September 2017. Going on display at The Confused.com London Motor Show, it’s sure to be a hit with thousands of automotive enthusiasts at the ExCeL.
The new sports car will take pride of place on the show’s all-new ‘Built in Britain’ feature, which displays a whole host of vehicles designed and built on UK shores. TVR joins several other brands to be announced in due course.
TVR is a company proud of its British heritage, and the name ‘Griffith’ is definitive for the marque. It first appeared in 1963, then again in 1990 – and now in 2018. The new car is sure to turn heads at the Confused.com London Motor Show thanks to its typical TVR swooping body, side-exit exhausts and sculpted wheelarches.
It packs a real punch under its stunning body, too, with its 5.0-litre V8 engine capable and sending it from 0-60mph in less than four seconds and on to a top speed of 200mph.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, added: “When we first laid plans for our ‘Built in Britain’ area, we did so with the ambition of bringing some national pride and heritage to the motor show. And TVR is just about as British as it gets! The new Griffith is a seriously impressive machine that perfectly captures the iconic spirit of TVR, and we are very excited to have it on display surrounded by its compatriots.”