With TVR now overflowing with rubles thanks to the financial backing of young Russian entrepreneur Nicolai Smolensky, the case for a North American debut of the troubled marque has grown strong indeed. Recently at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England the carmaker showed off its Tuscan 2 convertible that originally debuted as a concept at last year's British Motor Show. The manufacturer claims subtle changes to the interior will ease the conversion of the car from right-hand to left-hand drive for possible export into Europe and North America. Now we can all be like John Travolta, who bought a TVR Tuscan after driving one in the film Swordfish.
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