Zenvo has used the Geneva Motor Show to introduce the new TS1 supercar.

Set to replace the ST1, the TS1 has a familiar design but features a new front splitter, a revised rear wing, and a modified rear diffuser.  The car has also been equipped with a new rear bumper, an upgraded exhaust system, and 19- / 20-inch forged aluminum wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport or Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

The exterior styling is pretty evolutionary but the TS1 features a significantly improved interior with higher quality materials and a modern design. Details are limited but customers will be able to order leather and Alcantara upholstery as well as carbon fiber or aluminum trim.

Power is provided by a biturbo 5.9-liter flat-plane crank V8 engine that was developed in-house.  The company declined to release performance specifications but confirmed the model will have a limited top speed of 233 miles per hour. 

Speaking of performance, the TS1 comes equipped with carbon-ceramic brakes, a limited slip rear differential, and adjustable anti-roll bars.  The model has also an improved KW suspension with a hydraulic lift system.

Production will be limited to 15 units but there's no word on pricing.

In related news, Zenvo also unveiled the TSR concept.  It is based on the TS1 and features an aggressive body kit and a track-focused suspension.  The concept also has a unique interior with a roll cage and racing seats with six-point harnesses.

Gallery: Zenvo TS1 & TSR concept arrive in Geneva