|TVR Griffith 500 '94|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo (RM)|
Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||Standard|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Engine||Rover 5000 V8|
|Max Power||330 BHP|
|Performance Points||495 PP|
|Max Torque||350.1 lb-ft|
|Top Speed||302 kilometres per hour (188 mph)|
|Weight||1,060 kilograms (2,300 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.21 kg (7.1 lb) per horsepower|
The TVR Griffith 500 '94 is a fiberglass-bodied, 2-seat soft top roadster manufactured by TVR during the mid and late 90's. It appears in every main Gran Turismo game to date except Gran Turismo Sport. It’s also featured in Gran Turismo PSP.
- Moon Raker Black Metallic
- Macao Yellow
- Cooper Green Metallic
In Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, the following two colors were added:
- Formula Red Pearl
- Opal White
In Gran Turismo 4, the Opal White color was removed, but six additional colors were added:
- Space Blue Pearl
- Blue Pearlescent
- Olympic Blue Pearl
- Starmist Crimson
- Titanium Metallic
- Flip Flop Yellow
"Powered by a 5 L V8, a classic-style roadster with incredible speed."
When Peter Wheeler was appointed president of TVR in 1980, a major change occurred. The company that had been founded by Trevor Wilkinson shed its traditional line of lightweight sports cars in favor of limited-production high-performance sports cars. The vehicle that symbolized this new philosophy was the Griffith, released in 1992.
With its long nose and short front and rear deck, the Griffith was a roadster of classical proportions, but its styling was modern, indicating that TVR was adapting to the times. The body was composed of a tubular frame skeleton with FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) body panels.
The engine was originally a Rover-built 4.0-liter V-8 that produced 271 HP, but TVR increased displacement to 5.0 liters, bumping output to 320 HP and 319,9 ft-lb of torque. The new more powerful version was known as the Griffith 500. Because the soft-top convertible Griffith 500 weighed only 1060 kg, it possessed awe-inspiring performance. Top speed was rated at 168 mph, and it ran from zero to 62 mph in 4.1 seconds. To accomodate this power, the car was equipped with a sport-tuned double wishbone suspension system at all four corners, and stopping power came via ventilated disc brakes all around. Providing grip were 225/50ZR15 tires up front and 245/50ZR16 tires at rear. The Griffith was discontinued in 2001, replaced by a new generation of TVR machines.
The TVR Griffith 500 is available for purchase from the TVR Dealership for 83,200 Credits. It is also an unlockable car in Arcade Mode. In order to unlock it, the player must win all three races in Grand Valley Speedway using cars of all three classes (A, B, and C). This will not only unlock the TVR Cerbera 4.2 and the TVR Griffith Blackpool B340, but will also unlock the GT1 Arcade Mode ending movie and GT HiFi.
The TVR Griffith 500 can be purchased new from the TVR dealership in North City for 62,410 Credits.
The car can be purchased from the TVR section of the UK category of the Car Dealership for 62,410 Credits. It can also be won by winning the Tuscan Challenge. It has a chance of 3/4 (75% of probability) to come as a prize car.
This car can be purchased in the Used Car Dealership (Early '90s) for around 20,500 Credits. The car's exact price may vary depending on the mileage.
This car can be purchased for 58,730 Credits.
As a Standard car, the TVR Griffith 500 '94 can be purchased from the Used Car Dealership for 43,049 Credits. It is a Level 9 car.
The TVR Griffith 500 '94 can be purchased from the TVR section of the dealership for 58,730 Credits. It has a simple interior.