Griffith was a short lived American automotive manufacturer that operated in the mid 1960s. The company began when its founder, Jack Griffith decided he could create a car that could outperform the Shelby Cobra. This idea resulted in a collaboration between Griffith and TVR that created the TVR Griffith 200 and the TVR Griffith 400. These high performance cars were sold under the TVR brand outside of the United States, but as Griffith cars in the US. After the end of the TVR collaboration, Griffith decided to create a new series of cars together with Intermeccanica. This short lived partnership developed the Griffith GT, a Plymouth V8 powered sports car that saw 14 examples built before Griffith went bankrupt and ended operations. After the end of Griffith, a new set of investors and Intermeccanica continued production of the Griffith GT, but now under the name Intermeccanica Omega.