At the town of Præstø, Zealand builds a small group of dedicated car enthusiasts exotic hyperbiler. Now Zenvo Automotive, which made states presented a new gadeversion of the otherwise baneorienterede model TSR. In the new gadeversion called the model TSR-S and the Zenvo will håndbygge five cars per year at the factory in Præstø.
Zenvo TSR-P is a hot-tempered hyperbil with no less than 1177 hk, which comes from a 5.8-liter V8 engine.
the Biggest news in the TSR'S is that the model now comes with custom wheels made entirely of carbon fiber. The new wheels are 15 kg lighter than the standard aluminium wheels.
the Model can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in three seconds, 0-200 km/h is over in 6,8 seconds, while the increased the top speed is approximately 323 km/h.
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Zenvo got much international attention at various bilmedier because of this bagvinge. Photo credit: Zenvo
the racing version had it also, and now comes the so also, as a part of the version, you are allowed to run on the street, namely, the rear spoiler, as you can see on the picture above.
the rear spoiler was when it was presented in the racing version, much international attention from various bilmedier. Rear spoiler is active, so that it can adjust itself up or down in both the right and left side in order to create more downforce to the side, as the driver is.
Some of the media remained skeptical as to whether the spoiler now would also operate as intended, while others welcomed the Danish automobile for creativity and the idea.
Made Zenvo has previously gained international attention as an older Zenvo version was with in the famous bilprogram 'Top Gear'. During the filming broke the car on fire and was made a fool of host Jeremy Clarkson.
however, It has not turned the people behind the out, for they are still here, and now they launched a new model.
the Price of the new TSR'S will start at approximately 10,8 million dollars, mind you, without Danish taxes.
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