Unknown American automaker Trion SuperCars has announced development has started on a supercar called Nemesis.
Unknown American automaker Trion SuperCars (TSC) has announced development has started on a supercar called Nemesis.
The American startup company is established in California and they are currently in an early development stage for a supercar named Nemesis which will be powered by a V8 twin-turbo engine developing more than 2,000 bhp (1,491 kW). Trion SuperCars mentions in the press release the vehicle will beat the Bugatti Veyron and will have more power than the Koenigsegg One:1.
It will adopt a carbon fiber chassis and body with several parts made from inconel alloys. All that power will be transferred to the ground through an eight-speed sequential gearbox which will allow the Nemesis to complete the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) run in 2.8 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of more than 280 mph (450 km/h).
Photos of the interior have not been provided but TSC says they will install digital flat panel controls while activating the "Predator Mode" will modify the cabin illumination, suspension, exhaust, ride height and rev limiter settings. The Nemesis will also boast active aerodynamics and its trunk will be spacious enough to carry golf clubs as well as other different types of luggage.
Trion Supercars' partner company n2a Motors will be in charge of manufacturing the body and interior of the Nemesis and an initial prototype will be built next month.
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