The world debut of the Tuscan 2 was the first of more than 40 new cars that will be on display to the public when the doors open for Public Preview Day on Thursday 27 May.
TVR anticipate that sales will hit 500 a year for the £39,750 model, and that it will account for around 50 per cent of production at its Blackpool plant, which employs 450 people.
The TVR Tuscan Speed Six originally went in to production early in 2000 and since then TVR have built more than 2,500 of them. The changes to the car are significant, including the availability of three variants, the Targa, new Convertible and S; new evolved styling with aerodynamic package; and new suspension geometry which also features in all T350 and Tamoras.
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