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BREAKING NEWS: TVR is back!

BREAKING NEWS: TVR is back!
BREAKING NEWS: TVR is back!

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It's a Sensation: TVR is back!

After the former owner Nikolay Smolensky, a russian banker and businessman, stopped production there is now new hope with the new owner, Les Edgar. He says that "his company has ‘a lot of plans' for the sports car brand, and ‘won't make the mistakes that have been made in the past'."

TVR was once founded by Trevor Wilkinson in 1947 in Blackpool in North West England and Les Edgar is now the 5th owner of the Company.

Some of their latest produced Cars were the TVR T400 (2001-2007), TVR Tamora (2002-2006), TVR T360 (2002-2006), TVR Tuscan (1999-2006), TVR Sagaris (2004-2006) and the TVR Typhon (2004).

The Picture above is a Screenshot of their Website, check it our here: tvr.co.uk/

TVR Factory in January 2007
Picture via: fb.com/0100.magazine



Lisa

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