The Zenvo TSR-S is a veritable brute, so let’s take a proper explore and first ride in it to find out a bit more! Introduced just last month, the TSR-S is Zenvo’s most aggressive road car, with no luxuries to be found like aircon, a radio, or even airbags, but rather almost 1,200 horsepower from a twin supercharged V8 and the most incredible rear wing you have ever seen. Zenvo took the wraps off the TSR-S at the 2018 Geneva Motorshow, presenting a completely original rear wing design concept. With the road TS1 GT having undergone a transformation into the TSR for the track only, that car now moves back to the street in its most hardcore configuration. With the engine and body all built in house by Zenvo in Denmark, it’s powered by a 5.8 litre twin supercharged V8 that kicks out 1,177hp and around 1,180Nm of torque. 0-200km/h is dispatched in 6.8s and the top speed is limited to 325km/h. For the TSR-S, Zenvo also introduced variable settings related to the driving experience; including Road and Race modes for the dog leg sequential gearbox, and power modes to alternate from 700hp at one end, to the full end of the spectrum at the other, with an IQ mode in the middle to adjust based on available traction. During Top Marques Monaco, I’m lucky enough to be able to take a good look at the car before joining company founder, Troels Vollertsen to experience a short ride from the [More]
I had the incredible opportunity to take a first look and test drive in the new Zenvo TS-1 GT, a £1.1m Danish hypercar with 1,180PS. I stopped by the UK Zenvo dealer, Super Veloce Racing, to experience what this machine is all about. With an in house developed engine and gearbox, combined with dramatic styling, there is no question this thing is a seriously angry brute! Powered by a 5.8l twin supercharged V8 with 1,163bhp and 1,100Nm of torque, and operated through a custom 7 speed dog tooth gearbox, the experience of the power is something crazy. With clunky shifts at low speed that become lightning speed at the red line when your foot is flat, it’s a rather large challenge to drive the car properly and smoothly. Getting it right though, brings a smile to the face and a sense of old school reward that’s rarely found in modern supercars. A big thanks goes to Lee at SVR for the opportunity to come and drive the car, and of course also to Zenvo themselves. Please see more from SVR at: Thanks for watching, Tim Subscribe: Website: Facebook: Instagram: