Established in Blackpool in 1947, TVR has won great renown as a manufacturer of fabulous, lightweight sports cars with a reputation for incredible performance. Another iconic British motoring brand, TVR has been through a long and turbulent history, all the while creating impressive driving machines guaranteed to turn heads.

In its most recent incarnation in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the company produced some of the most alluring and high performance road cars available to the European market. Models such as the TVR Sagaris, a luxury sports coupe capable of a top speed of 185mph and capable of 0-60 acceleration in an astonishing 3.7 seconds, make TVR hire among the most appealing prospects to drivers across the board. One of the unique selling points of the Sagaris is that the manufacturer has deliberately avoided conventional driving aids in favour of producing the most exhilarating and fun drive experience available.

Other leading TVR models such as the contemporary Tamora and the older Griffith 500 also perfectly exemplify the best of two seater convertible motoring, featuring stunning visual impact, high end performance levels and some of the most fun you can have behind the wheel. The Griffith was produced in low numbers, making it not only a rarity to see but also extremely appealing for those seeking to drive a quality slice of British motoring history. Hiring one of the TVR range will ensure that you arrive at an event or function in head turning fashion, and will afford you a sensational experience out on the roads or motorways.

TVR Hire – Featured Vehicles

TVR Sagaris

Boasting a top speed of 185 mph and a remarkable 0-60 time of just 3.7 seconds, the TVR Sagaris is a luxury sports coupe, ideal for the prestige car hire market. This sporty two door model is named after an ancient type of battle axe, and cuts through its competition accordingly. With TVR hire you’re getting a quality British car that will turn heads on and off the road.

The Sagaris was launched in 2003, and has undergone various refinements in the ensuing decade. The car is designed to avoid rollovers, and deliberately avoids many of the conventional driver aids familiar in popular cars such as electronic stability control and traction control systems; the designers believe the TVR to be a true driver’s car. The 4 litre TVR Speed Six engine outputs 380 bhp and an impressive amount of torque, and has been raced competitively in the British GT Cup, achieveing several wins.

The sleek exterior comprises glass reinforced plastic body panels for a low overall weight, and boasts impressive aerodynamics. On the road it scores heavily for its spectacular drive experience, and is a perfect fit for an adrenaline junkie seeking the ultimate thrill ride. If you’re considering luxury car rental with a bit of an edge, the TVR Sagaris should feature at the top of your list.

 

TVR Griffith 500

 

TVR Tamora

 

TVR Tuscan MK2