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The new Zenvo Hypercar is coming with a 12-cylinder engine that could produce up to 1800 horsepower

We have begun the design for our 2050 debut.



Prior to its 2023 debut, the Danish exotic car manufacturer showed the design to potential customers.

The Geneva Motor Show took place in the year 2018 and during that time. The TSR-S, a million-dollar hypercar that can accelerate from a standstill to 62 mph (100 kph) in 2.8 seconds, was unveiled by a Danish carmaker. Zenvo is the business, and it appears that the exotic automobile manufacturer plans to garner media attention once more in 2019.

Chairman and CCO Jens Sverdrup confirmed to Top Gear that a V12-powered Zenvo hypercar is in the works. Although its design is currently a secret, potential buyers have already been given an exclusive preview. The general release is scheduled for 2023.

Sverdrup, though, is open about the specifics of the future hypercar. The unnamed vehicle, he revealed to the journal, will also have a new transmission, modular V12 engine, and electric propulsion in addition to a brand-new modular carbon fiber chassis. These components must all be created and constructed internally.

The forthcoming hypercar will have two electric turbochargers attached to the V12 mill, producing a combined 1,200 horsepower, as opposed to the supercharged Zenvo TSR-S. (895 kilowatts). However, the goal is 1,800 hp (1,342 kW), which should be accomplished by using an electric motor.

Sverdrup also mentioned that there are two versions planned for The Previous Zenvo. One is a hybrid GT with an all-wheel drivetrain that has the electric motor located on the front axle. But as of right now, this is still up for debate. The second iteration, meanwhile, is rumored to be track-focused (yet still road-legal), and it may have a number of aero components for better downforce. The paper states that the target weight is 2,756 pounds (1,250 kilograms).

The price is also currently unknown, but given the company’s other creations, like the $1.2-million Zenvo TS1 GT, we don’t anticipate anything less.