The TVR Griffith was the car that pushed TVR into the big league of performance car manufacturers when it was unveiled in 1990. The wedge-shaped cars of the eighties were nearing the limits of their development and a new direction needed to be found. The Griffith embodied all of the innovation, design flair and sheer bloody-mindedness that TVR has come to stand for. Ferociously quick and hairy of chest, the Griffith is a car that doesn’t suffer fools gladly. Although the Griffith was almost mechanically identical to its sister car, the Chimaera, it had a different body design and was produced in much smaller numbers.
This wonderful example of the 500 is finished in Moonraker Black with full black extended leather interior stitched in gold with matching gold instruments and an aluminium dashboard. It has had just one previous owner and has covered only 40,000 miles from new with a total service history.
Factory options include rare full leather and Air conditioning. Reported to drive very well it is in excellent order.