At the 2002 Geneva Motor Show Rover was desperately trying
to prove to the world that it was still a relevant and
vital company. As we all know now, it wasn't.
The TCV, which stood for 'Tourer Concept Vehicle', was
designed to be a more practical and useful vehicle than
any of Rover's previous offerings.
The exterior wasn't much to write home about, but it did
showcase a more up-to-date aesthetic for the aging Rover
The interior of the TCV featured a versatile layout with
a range of different configurations for hauling either
people or cargo.
The rear cargo area had an adjustable floor height meaning
that surprisingly bulky items could be carried, and loaded,
The TCV concept was based on a Rover 75 platform but was
nonfunctional. However if it had gone into production
a 2.5 litre V6 was touted as one of the drivetrain options.
Similar and related vehicles:
Rover 75 Coupe