TVR Griffith 500
The TVR Griffith 500 was a sports car produced by TVR between 1991 and 2002. This two-door, two-seat convertible featured a lightweight fiberglass body and a large V8 engine, and various power configurations during its production run. Initially, the 4L 240hp Rover V8 was the engine used; this was upgraded to a 4.3L 280hp engine in 1992, and then to a TVR developed 5L 340hp V8 in 1993. This powertrain was paired with a five-speed manual transmission.
The Griffith offered competitive performance at a sports car price and its light weight, high power, and well-balanced chassis made it a favorite of drivers looking for a car to challenge them. It is similar to the Chimaera but has a cleaner body design, leading to higher prices for well-maintained models in the second-hand market.
In 2000, TVR announced the end of Griffith production and released a limited edition run of 100 Special Edition (SE) cars. Significant features of the SEs included a hybrid interior with Chimaera dashboard and Cerbera seats, 16 inch wheels, unique rear lights, higher powered headlights, and clear indicator lenses. Each car also came with a numbered plaque in the glove box and a Special Edition badge on its boot.
The "Griff Growl" is an annual event celebrating the TVR Griffith, with over 100 owners coming together for the growing event.
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