Monday, April 14, 2014

16 Things You Should Know About The Zenvo ST1

Zenvo ST1

•The Danish car manufacturer, Zenvo Automotive, developed the prototype for the ST1

in 2008, and unveiled it at the 2009 24-hour Le Mans Drivers Parade.

• Zenvo launched the first series production ST1 in 2011, and had the first car

ready and delivered to a client in Russia in 2012.

• 7-litre V8 engine that produces an output of 1104 bhp at 6900 rpm and 1430 Nm

of torque at 4500 rpm.

• Engine features a unique twin charger system combining super charger and

turbo charger, giving it the model name ST1.

• 6-speed manual transmission or optional paddle shifters (which is a seven-speed

Xtrac unit like the one in the Pagani Huayra).

• Rear wheel drive.

• Larger oil channels, dry sump lubrication and motorsports-grade crank, rods,

forged pistons and flywheel.

• Aluminum block.

• FlexFuel capability: normal unleaded 98 (RON) or Bio fuel (E85) or both


• Three power settings adjusted with a knob in the cabin: Wet / Race / Sport

• Accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds during test drives.

• Has reached a top speed of 233 mph.

• Carbon fiber body built on a steel chassis.

• Body designed by internationally experienced car designer Christian Brandt.

• Weighs 3,000 lbs.

• Designed to be an “everyday supercar,” with off-the-shelf Michelin Pilot Sport

2s tires (so owners can easily replace, rather than order special tires) and an

average fuel economy will be around 16 miles per gallon.

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