Like all proper supercars, Zenvo’s $1.8 million ST1s can catch fire on a warm day, especially if you push them on the track. It’s true that 1,100 horsepower generates some heat, but that’s fine as long as you’re prepared.
The Stig might be able to suck the moisture from ducks, but even he can't string together a smooth lap in a Zenvo ST-1 on Top Gear's freezing wet track.
Zenvo is extremely pissed about Top Gear complaining about how their Zenvo ST1 supercar broke down a bunch, caught fire, and then set a lap time slower than a BMW M5. Looks like someone's about to pull a Tesla.
The Zenvo ST1 is a brutal machine, with more insane engineering details than anyone can fit into an 800-word review. Here are a few shots of the awesome bits and pieces hidden away inside the crazy Danish styling.
This is the Danish Zenvo ST1, sporting 1,104 horsepower and a $1.85 million price tag. Tomorrow we'll be riding in it, but we caught up with the car and its production team in midtown Manhattan.
These exclusive first photos and video of the $1.8 million Danish supercar, the Zenvo ST1, taken by a Jalopnik reader in Los Angeles, show that yes, it's actually a real car. Probably. We think.
Zenvo ST1 is a stunner of a Danish supercar, but even with a 7.0-liter, supercharged-and-turbocharged V8 operating at 1104HP, 1054 lb-ft of torque, it can't outrun the cliched hyper-contrast, shaky-cam, wannabe-Top Gear production quality of the promo video below.
The Zenvo ST1: 7.0-liter V8, supercharged, turbocharged, 1104 HP, 1054 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 RPM, six-speed transmission, hydraulic limited-slip differential. 0-to-60 in under three seconds, top speed of 233 MPH. Sweet. Belligerent. Awesome.