The Zenvo ST1 Caught Fire In A Second Embarrassing Incident


Oh no, not again.

The Zenvo ST1 is not your average high- performance supercar. The Danish-built ST1 has a 6.8-liter V8 engine with both a supercharger and a turbocharger that is capable of producing 1,100 hp. The 2015 ST1 also has a new custom gearbox that enables it to shift faster than any other production car. However, all awesomeness aside, the ST1's appearance on Top Gear in which the supercar caught on fire due to cooling problems is what it is most remembered for.

Now it seems as if the ST1’s reputation for being a fire starter is coming back to haunt it once again. During an appearance at the Historic Grand Prix in Copenhagen, Denmark, an ST1 ignited again in an embarrassing public appearance. This time the problem was a defective fuel line. Ouch.

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