Will The TVR Tuscan S Become A Collectible Classic Some Day?
Photography supplied by Patrick Quentin
As far as looks are concerned, there are few modern classics—youngtimers, as the Germans say—that can hold a candle to the TVR Tuscan S. Given their rarity, performance, and history, do you blame this car’s owner for driving his as much as possible?
Patrick Quentin has been driving TVRs since 2012, and the model you see here is the Tuscan S, albeit subtly modified for fast road and track driving. For instance, it’s a bit lower, thanks to its custom KW coilovers, and with its near-fluorescent paint, it’s got to be the centre of attention wherever it goes.
Naturally, Patrick loves to let his beloved car run free at race tracks—what sort of driving would you do with a lightly-modified TVR Tuscan S?