The 2,000HP Trion Nemesis gets detailed, new images released image

Trion Supercars has released some addition information on the impressive Nemesis along with a new photo gallery with what should become the fastest ever road-legal vehicle.

If you thought that the Koenigsegg One:1 is impressive, think again, because all you previously knew on the Swedish supercar is about to be shattered. The model pictured below is called the Trion Nemesis and it will be produced by the American company called Trion Supercars. The first prototypes will be created in February, 2015, and the model will go into production one year later, in 2016. The Nemesis will be using a carbon fiber monocoque, some carbon fiber lightweight materials a pushrod-based suspension system and so on.

The cabin of the impressive ride will be getting a fully digital dashboard with internet connectivity, a Predator Mode which will provide higher throttle responsiveness, will modify the exhaust note, the rev limiter and the suspension settings and so on. Power to the Trion Nemesis will be provided by a 9.0 liter V8 twin turbo engine, which will be producing a whopping 2,000 HP (1,491 kW. The megacar should accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds and it will reach a maximum speed of 450 km/h (280 mph). Just 50 units will be created and each one will be priced at approximately 786,000 euros.