Previewed some two months ago by a side-mounted exhaust snap inspired by that of its last new car, the Sagaris, the newest teaser mainly shows a number of buttons and the gear lever, the latter suggesting the application of a six-speed manual gearbox.
As previously reported, the Griffith will feature styling inputs by South African-born designer Gordon Murray, tip the scales at some 1 200 kg, and come powered a Cosworth tuned version of the 5.0-litre V8 powering the Ford Mustang, claimed to produce 294 kW. According to reports, the combination will see the Griffith reach a top speed of 320 km/h and a "sub-four second" 0-60 mph (96 km/h) time.
A limited run of 500 Launch Edition models, priced at £90 000, will be earmarked for production first, followed by series production with prices slated to start at "around £65 000".
"The new car will hark back to the values TVR is known for, but will be better than ever before. We've put a lot of effort into the aerodynamics to ensure that performance is exceptional," TVR boss Les Edgar was quoted by Autocar as saying.