Posted on: Nov 07, 2011 | 13,324 reads

Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month

Danish supercar will finally take a bow in the U.S. when it debuts on 16 November.
Not somewhere that immediately comes to mind when thinking of a country that produces exotic supercars, but with the Zenvo ST1 Denmark is certainly making a name for itself. Courtesy of Red Sea Distribution, the Danish sports car is coming to America in the form of a special edition exclusive to the North American market. Fittingly, a red, white, and blue ST1 50S will be produced along with a $1.8 million price tag and a special Swiss watch by Aspen worth $49,000.
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month
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The additional $575,000 (or $526k if you subtract the watch) gets you a rear-wheel drive twin-charged in-house 7.0-liter V8 tuned to produce a mind-boggling 1250hp and 1106lb-ft of torque and coupled to a 7-speed paddle-shifter, normally an optional extra on the standard car of which only 15 units are to be made. Due to tire liability issues there's an electronically-limited top speed of 233mph on the standard ST1, which is likely to remain on the ST1 50S, but the 0-62mph acceleration time of 3.0 seconds will doubtless be improved upon given the additional 146 horses and 44lb-ft of torque. Perhaps when it debuts on the 16 November we'll find out for sure.
Individual monogrammed seats and a dedication plaque signed by the engineers and owners form part of the package, as does on-site warranty and service work which will be carried out by Zenvo's concierge service anywhere in the world.
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month
Special Edition Zenvo ST1 50S to Debut in the U.S. this Month



 
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