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  Zenvo ST1
 

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Country of origin:Denmark
Introduced in:2009
Numbers built:15 (proposed)
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 01, 2014
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Click here to download printer friendly versionUp until now all of Denmark's supercars were only available in kit form and sold exclusively at the better toy stores. That is set to change as Zenvo Automotive is almost ready to unleash ST1 supercar. A quick glance at the proposed performance numbers will reveal that the Zenvo ST1 is not even remotely related to the famous Lego products.

The Zenvo is the brainchild of Jesper Jensen and Troells Vollertsen; the company name is a combination of the men's names. Development began all the way back in 2004 and the word ambitious really does not cover the goals set. The first rough drawings were made in 2006 and it took another two years before the design was finalised.

Responsible for achieving the the incredible performance numbers claimed is a hand-built small-block V8. Loosely based on a General Motors design, it features dry-sump lubrication. For the occasion it has been fitted not only with a Supercharger but also with a Turbocharger (hence the name). The complicated setup literally boosts the power to a staggering 1104 bhp and an even more impressive 1430 Nm of torque.

The 6.8-litre engine is mated to a seven-speed sequential gearbox, operated by paddles mounted behind the steering wheel. The complete drivetrain is bolted into a steel subframe that also supports the rear double wishbone suspension. The similar front suspension is also mounted on a dedicated subframe. Hydraulic dampers are fitted all around and can lift the car up to 150 mm to navigate over speed-bumps.

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