Danish supercar manufacturer Zenvo introduced the model with the name Zenvo TSR-S at the Geneva Motor Show 2018. Cars that have low ground clearance are equipped with a 5.8 liter twin-supercharged V8 engine which is claimed to be capable of spewing as much power as 1,177 hp and 811 ft · lb of torque.
By using steel material and semi monocular aluminum structure, as well as the ability for two people in the cabin, the company claims the Zenvo TSR-S can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 2.8 seconds. Maximum speed electronically at 325 km / hour.
The latter is an autonomous and “smart” setting aimed at providing a sense of racing cars to drive on the highway, thanks to the controls that continuously measure the grip and adjust the power, the ideal amount of labor can be transmitted to the rear wheels.
Then there is a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that has helical-cut dog gear and two completely different setups. In Road mode, change the teeth to make it run smoothly. In Race mode, change gears to a brutal mechanism like a race car.
Zenvo is very proud of the revolutionary Centripetal Wing. That is because it’s wings can be enlarged between two directions can be done as well as horizontally, and the cornering stabilizer, where it circulates from the longitudinal hypercar, provides additional grip and stability. In addition, higher positions such as anti-roll extra bars, increase the rear wheel wheels.
The complete design of the TSR-S is still replaced by the previous model, only with more extreme aerokit. On the other hand, the interior is very showcasing the theme of racing cars. There is no sound system, sat nav, air conditioning or even airbags and carbon seats that are manually operated.
Almost every surface is made with carbon fiber, but the Alcantara remains to reduce the reflection of the windshield. Digital screens with horizontal rpm that support racing cars from the 1980s, and gear selection indicators, which according to Zenvo need to be considered when driving very fast.
Gallery of 2018 Zenvo TSR-S Specs
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