Being an automaker takes true talent. Day in and day out they come up with revolutionary ideas that leave us with mouth wide open.
Not content with having two supercars with over 1,000 bhp, Danish manufacturer Zenvo revealed the TSR-S at the Geneva Motor Show. This third model slots in between the TS1 road car and TSR track machine, and it adds active aerodynamics to boost the car’s performance even further.
Danish automaker of sport hypercars, Zenvo in 2018 announced the creation of a new model called the Zenvo TSR. Not only is this a seriously curvy (almost wavy vehicle) but also one that that has been enhanced with outstanding aerodynamics and creative engineering.
It has been handmade by a small team of experts and the results are nothing short of amazing. This vehicle features what Zenvo calls a Centripetal Wing.
This unique wing is designed in part to perform as an air brake when slowing down. This is not even the big deal.The company says that this wing can tilt from side to side to help improve cornering grip.
When turning into a corner, hydraulic rams adjust the angle of the wing to optimise downforce over the car, giving the rear end more grip and a higher cornering speed. This adjustment also means the wing acts like an anti-roll bar, boosting the car’s handling altogether.
A 5.8-liter V8 engine is responsible for the production of 1,177 bhp. The icing on the cake, however is the seven-speed sequential shift gearbox that has road and race modes made to deliver smooth or savage shifts, depending on which one you choose.
If for example, you hit the maximum power, the TSR-S can go from 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds, while 0-124 mph takes 6.8 seconds. Top speed is limited to 202 mph.
One reviewer called this one of “the hottest export” that Denmark has had in a long time. It’s no wonder then that the company will be meanly be dishing out only five units a year at a cost of $1.4 million.
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