Once upon a time, Top of the line – the old one Top of the line — had a Zenvo, and he caught fire and also had a slow lap time, cause great outrage from the people of Zenvo, the Danish supercar manufacturer. And then something happened: Lots of people I forgot the existence of Zenvo, as it only occasionally appears with a “new” Zenvo, which is a variation of the same old Zenvo. It launched the TS1 in 2016, and Zenvo finally said last week that it would make the latest TS cars. Three TSR-GTs, to be exact. They are already sold Zenvo says. Sorry, “awarded”. Then Zenvo will move on to something entirely new, or so they say.
The TSR-GT will develop 1,360 horsepower, according to Zenvo, thanks to an “upgraded” version of its supercharged 5.8-liter V8. The TSR-GT can also run on E85, with regular gasoline, as Zenvo says it is concerned about the “longevity of the car in the modern world”. Top speed is limited to 263 mph. Zenvo also made small tweaks throughout, which was obviously good enough for the buyer or anonymous buyers of the TSR-GTs. From the Zenvo output:
Focusing on downforce and high-speed stability with its new, elongated rear spoiler, Zenvo’s design team also created a new type of aerodynamic wheel disc cover, designed to reduce drag and help to allow the top speed limited to 424 kp/h / 263 mph capabilities of the TSR-GT. All drag reduction upgrades are made from pre-impregnated carbon fiber by Zenvo craftsmen in Denmark.
Meanwhile, the interior also saw significant changes from the TSR-S cockpit. Replacing bare carbon fiber, sports-focused implementation, Zenvo’s design team carefully curated the use of multi-leather applications. Replacing Alcantara for leather on the dashboard, in the seats and the steering wheel, the new TSR-GT will also have noise-reducing leather-edged velor floor mats on the carbon fiber floor panel.
To be clear, Zenvo is saying that this TSR is only “maybe” the final act, which I take to mean that if you have a few million and want a TSR-GT, Zenvo will be happy to help. make one. As for the sequel, Zenvo only says this:
The announcement of TSR-GT follows Zenvo’s expansion plans, including the planned launch of an all-new vehicle from scratch in Q3 2023, as well as improving the team with a series of high profile appointments, such as Jens Sverdrup, Chief Commercial Officer, joined Czinger Vehicles last year, recently announced as President in Q1 2022.
They say it’s really hard to make money in the supercar business, and that seems correct, given the large number of supercar manufacturers that have fallen over the years, but on the other hand: Zenvo. Always there, whether you remember it or not.