Zenvo, a rather familiar name on the exotic roster of appearances on the showfloor of the Geneva Motor Show, has taken the opportunity to introduce its latest models.
First off we have the all new TS1 supercar which is coming to replace the ST1. The TS1 retains the familiar design traits and only comes with a new front splitter, a modified rear wing and a revised rear diffuser. We also noticed the new rear bumper, the updated exhaust system, and 19- / 20-inch forged aluminum wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport or Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires. While the exterior design will be labeled as evolutionary, Zenvo appears to have focused on the cabin to deliver a massively improved interior with better quality materials and a modern design. The details are still pretty scarce but we know buyers will be allowed to select leather and Alcantara upholstery as well as carbon fiber or aluminum trim. There’s still no word on pricing details either, but the company has said the production run will only span an exclusive 15 units.
Power comes courtesy of a biturbo 5.9-liter flat-plane crank V8 engine that has been cooked in-house. The brand was again coy on specifics and only confirmed one figure – the 233 miles per hour top speed, which is actually electronically limited. The TS1 also features carbon-ceramic brakes, a limited slip rear differential, and adjustable anti-roll bars, the suspension comes courtesy of KW and even has a hydraulic lift system. The company also presented the TSR concept based on the aforementioned TS1 and wearing a circuit-oriented setup, complete with aggressive body kit, track-ready suspension and roll cage and racing seats with six-point harnesses.