2,000HP Trion Nemesis Is Actually Being Built, Sort Of: Exclusive
Holy crap, it’s actually happening. This, ladies and gentleman, is the very first step in what goes into building a 2,000-horsepower hypercar. It’s called the Trion Nemesis. While most have already written it off as more vaporware — it’s very much being built. At least the body is. I stopped by N2A Motors in Irvine, California, yesterday to get a behind-the-scenes look at exactly what goes into building a 2,000-horsepower machine. And I was not disappointed. Gene Langmesser — CEO of N2A motors, and a partial owner of the Trion Nemesis project — is responsible for building the actual body of the car. What you see here is an early mold that will eventually turn into a plug for the carbon fiber exterior. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Trion Nemesis
It’s still very early on in the build, so there’s not a huge amount of details to divulge. As for the 2,000-horsepower engine — it isn’t even built yet.
But Gene promises that this car will be on the road and it will have 2,000 horsepower. Before it does, though, a complete rolling shell is making its debut at the Festival of Speed in Miami early next year. That’s the very first time this hypercar (or at least the shell of it) will be out in the open for everyone to see.
We sincerely hope that this project gets off the ground. And we sincerely hope all 2,000 horses are still intact.
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