The Danes are not known for being flashy, which helps explain how the Danes supercar manufacturer Zenvo has built and sold 1,000-horsepower, multi-million dollar coupes since the ST1 in 2008. Zenvo introduced the latest improved version of its single product in 2016. TSR. Next year, the TSR will be replaced with a completely new model, so the company has developed an expired model. special called TSR-GT to mark milestones. The TSR-GT joins the TS1 GT and TSR-S versions on the same basic platform, the last version we saw in 2018 showed off The radial wing is very unique. TSR-GT does not perform unexpected gestures, the speed is fast and comfortable (for a supercar).
The first step in the achievement is more horsepower. In-house engineers have developed the Power Pack for the 5.8-liter twin-turbo flat-crankcase V8 engine, which includes a new intake manifold, manifold and ECU tuning. Upgraded with a flexible fuel sensor that adds E85 capability over conventionally pumped fuel, power increases from 1,177 hp to 1,360 hp.
Cutting through the air is easier thanks to the absence of roof inlets, a longer, lower, fixed rear spoiler and new aerodynamic wheel covers. Working in conjunction with the new final drive so that the TSR-GT can stretch the legs even further, top speed increases from the TSR-S’s 202 mph to 263 mph. That’s slightly faster than the 250 mph McLaren Speedtail, slightly slower than the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ 273 mph.
Interior comfort — as if any owner would drive this car like the GT in the name suggests — is enhanced by leather upholstery that replaces bare carbon and Alcantara in places like the dashboard and seats. and steering wheel, finished in velvet fabric with leather trim floor mats help reduce cabin noise.
Zenvo produced only three TSR-GTs, all of which have already been sold. Whatever comes to replace it next year is rumor to use a twin-turbo V12 and an electric motor that produces a total of 1,800 horsepower.