The Trion Nemesis has made its video premiere but unfortunately it didn’t have all the production bits and pieces.

The Trion Nemesis has made its video premiere but unfortunately it didn't have all the production bits and pieces.

It seems the Trion Nemesis might just be more than just vaporware as a show car was recently exhibited at a private event with an orange body that lacked side mirrors. Apparently they don't want to install conventional mirrors as Trion SuperCars aims to put cameras, but it's highly unlikely the car will receive road-legal approval. The body is not what we'd call original as it shows a mixture of design cues from other supercars such as the McLaren P1 and the Lykan Hypersport.

TSC plans on rolling out all-wheel drive RR and IS versions of the Nemesis and both will be powered by a massive 9.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine which will develop 2,000 bhp (1,491 kW). The models will apparently be identical but the former will cost $1.6 million while the latter is going to be limited to 10 units and priced at $2.2 million, with the $600,000 difference in price representing a 2% stake in the company. There's also going to be a roofless rear-wheel drive Nemesis GT for $1.2 million which will utilize the same engine but detuned to 1,400 bhp (1,044 kW).

TSC is aiming for a 270+ mph (435+ km/h) top speed and a 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) sprint in only 2.8 seconds for the RR and IS whereas the GT will do 218 mph (351 km/h) and cover the sprint in 3.5 seconds. The engine's output will be channeled to the wheels through an 8-speed sequential gearbox while the stopping power is going to be provided by carbon ceramic discs with six-piston calipers in the front and four-piston calipers at the back.

Trion SuperCars aims to start assembly of the carbon fiber-bodied Nemesis in January next year, with 50 units of the RR planned, along with nine examples of an RR Black Ops Edition that will boast a "Predator Mode" which upon activation will provide "unmatched authority and performance within arm's reach and activates changes in aerodynamics, ride height, engine RPM limits, gauge cluster, and interior lighting to name a few." As for the open-top GT, this one will be capped at 100 units and is going to be offered with a wide array of customizations.

Check out the source link below to access the official website which also includes a configurator.