Deliveries of these 30 cars will start in December, and interest in the rest of TVR's range was equally hectic with the crowds thronging around the stand.
TVR's Ben Samuelson claimed the reason for the T350's appeal was simple: “It looks fantastic. Everyone knows that TVRs go like a ferret down a drainpipe and sound awesome, but the feedback from everyone is that they love the looks.”
Coupled to that, the £37,500 two-seater is pretty quick off the mark - it hits 60 mph from rest in 4.4 seconds and is powered by a 3.6 litre engine.
TVR has gone from strength to strength in recent years and it expects to take orders for a tenth of its overall annual production, about 120 cars, at the NEC Show.
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