Zenvo to launch new supercar by 2023

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Danish supercar builder’s expansion plan aims to increase volume and enter the US market.

Supercar maker Zenvo is working on a hybrid successor to its 878kW TSR-S that will arrive within the next two years and will be key to plans to dramatically grow its production output.

The Danish company was founded in 2004, initially producing the 812kW ST1. Having built just 15 examples of that car between 2009 and 2016, it followed up with the TS1 GT and then the track-only TSR. The TSR-S, which made its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed recently, is a road-legal version of the latter. Each Zenvo model costs up to $2.44 million.

The TSR-S is powered by a twin-supercharged 5.8-litre V8, which allows for a 0-100km/h sprint in 2.8sec and a top speed of 325km/h. The supercar also features active aerodynamics, including Zenvo’s unique ‘centripetal’ tilting rear wing.

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Zenvo is already working on another model that will share the platform of the TSR-S. Product director Alberto Solera told us that the main objective for the new car is to create maximum “smiles per mile”. While he wouldn’t discuss specifics, Solera did say that the team – which also includes former Alfa Romeo designer Christian Brandt – is working intensively on the new model.

Solera confirmed that the new Zenvo is a four-wheel-drive hybrid that will be shown within the next two years. Like the TSR-S, it will make use of 3D-printed components and an extensive amount of carbonfibre.

The carbonfibre department is the biggest at Zenvo: five of the firm’s 30-plus full-time staff focus on the material. Zenvo even makes the wheels for its cars in-house, hand-cutting individual bits of carbonfibre to gradually build up each wheel – a process that takes two weeks.

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Zenvo CEO Angela Hartman told us that now the brand is established, its priority will shift to increasing its sales through a global expansion programme – although she insisted it will remain a low-volume, ‘boutique’ marque.

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