So we finally have a date and a venue for the debut of the all-new, reborn, resurrected, highly anticipated, probably awesome 2018 TVR T37. In its 70th anniversary the British marque will unveil the new sports car at the Goodwood Revival on 8th,9thand 10th September.
Announcing this, TVR has also released the first shot of the the new car’s interior, revealing a slim McLaren-like center console and, more importantly, a manual gear knob. Seeing this we can’t help thinking They are truthful when they say the new TVR T37 wil be a true TVR, although one that is no longer plagued by reliability issues or wayward handling. As long as they can make the T37 feel as mean and angry and brutal as, say, the Sagaris, this is a job done in our book.
TVR T37 has been designed and developed in collaboration with Gordon Murray Design, a name associated with one of the greatet cars in the all of human history, McLaren F1. Gordon Murray says : “We developed the new TVR as a product that builds on all the magic and excitement of our hand-crafted British motor cars of yesteryear. We combined this with a most rigorous engineering and assembly process design to ensure outstanding consistency, build quality and reliability.”