TVR is back, baby!

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After 11 years of downtime, the famed British sports car manufacturer is back with another Griffith.

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The new TVR Griffith takes its name from a model from the 1990s.

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It sports a carbon fiber chassis that keeps its curb weight to a light-enough 2,755 pounds.

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Under the hood is a 5.0-liter, Cosworth-massaged V8 putting out about 500 horsepower.

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It'll hit 60 mph in less than 4.0 seconds, and it'll surpass 200 mph with enough room.

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It also has sidepipes, which is the coolest part of the whole package.

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The interior is a leatherbound affair with only a few key switches for the driver to manipulate.

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If you're looking for advanced driver aids here, you're looking in the wrong place.

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When it goes on sale in 2018, the TVR Griffith Launch Edition will start at £90,000 (or about $118,915), with its base model coming in slightly below that later on. 

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