TVR Tamora

The TVR Tamora is a 2-seater sports car built from 2002 to 2006, filling the gap left by the company’s Chimaera and Griffith models.

Introduced at the 2000 Birmingham Motor Show, the car is named after Tamora, a character in William Shakespeare’s play Titus Andronicus and served as an entry-level model in the TVR range

The platform and engine were shared with the entry level Tuscan and it was designed as a replacement for the Griffith and Chimaera, a very hard couple of acts to follow.

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