Danish company Zenvo introduced its hypercar TSR-SMarch 12, 2020
The car has a rear wing of a rather strange shape, as well as carbon fiber rims. The machine is presented online. Hypercar goes on sale at a price of 1.45 million euros
One of the many cars that were supposed to debut at the canceled Geneva Motor Show in 2020 was an updated version of the Zenvo TSR-S hypercar. This is a less powerful version of the previously shown TSR, which was focused exclusively on the racetrack. That car was first introduced several years ago, and by 2020, it received several important changes.
Today the Zenvo TSR-S will be presented online. The car received a twin-engine engine (has two superchargers) and uses the latest developments of the company in the field of carbon fiber use.
The novelty received a set of carbon fiber rims, which helped the car reduce weight by about 15 kilograms.
There are now some open carbon fiber sections in the back. The so-called “centripetal” rear wing has remained unchanged, and this even attracts attention when the car is on the track, since this body kit element is automatically adjusted depending on the driver’s steering inputs, creating the maximum possible downforce.
The TSR-S has a 5.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine producing 1,177 horsepower, which is transmitted to the wheels via a sequential transmission. If you don’t like shifting gears like riders do, there is also a road mode that allows the driver to shift gears using an aluminum steering wheel mounted switchgear.
When it comes to performance, the Zenvo TSR-S matches its hypercar status as it only needs 2.8 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h. The maximum speed is electronically limited to 325 km / h. The price of new items is 1.45 million euros
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