With the recent announcement that TVR is back in British hands and eager to start producing high-powered sports cars again, automotive designer Evren Milano recently came up with the following renderings of what a 2014 TVR Sagaris model could look like.
The car maintains the same basic shape as the original TVR Sagaris except Evren has added a selection of new exterior features such as a revised front fascia and new headlights seemingly inspired by Ferrari’s new style of headlights.
When the company closed its doors in July 2012, owner Nikolay Smolensky reveled that the TVR name would live on as a portable wind turbine producer which is obviously a far cry from the company’s true sports car heritage. What’s more, just last month Smolensky confirmed that the company is currently not manufacturing any new cars.
However, former TVR owner Nikolai Smolensky recently announced the sale of the TVR brand and assets to a fellow British company. That British company is owned by Les Edgar who has confirmed that TVR is back and is planning to get back into the sports car industry. In a recent interview with Top Gear, Edgar said,
“You can’t let these great brands disappear or go abroad,” he said. “The starting point was ‘let’s get it back’. There’s a huge amount of passion with the TVR brand. You’d be hard-pushed to find a British car brand that generates so much passion.”