The unconventional supercar manufacturer is set to make a splash at The Quail.
When it comes to wild and wacky supercar manufacturers, few are as aptly described by the word "extreme" as Danish company Zenvo. This is the company that unveiled the TSR-S hypercar, a monster with a truly unusual rear wing that swings and pivots as the car turns. First revealed in 2018, the oddball supercar has been a little slow to find a successor, but with over 1,100 horsepower on tap in the existing car, it's hard to make a sequel. Nevertheless, the company promised last year that something new would be forthcoming.
Now, the automaker has announced that it will be joining the festivities at Monterey Car Week and will be bringing with it "digital previews of an all-new car." Fortunately, two real-life TSR-S hypercars will be present too.
The display will be a continuation of Zenvo's US tour, as it will be part of numerous public and private events over the coming weeks. As for the Monterey attraction, both of the Zenvo TSR-S examples will headline the Exotics on Broadway display on 20 August from 1-6 PM, but if you miss out on that, the company's commercial team and dealer network will be present at Zenvo's private house within The Quail Lodge, as well other "major events throughout Car Week."
If you'd like to get a close look at the upcoming supercar, all we are told is that "guests will have exclusive access to a private preview of digital designs for a brand-new project."
Last we heard, Zenvo was planning for the new car to be all about driver enjoyment and said that it would be an all-wheel-drive hybrid that will be shown to us within the next two years. Presumably, the design concept that will be privately shown at Car Week is the same machine, but with it being previewed at such an exclusive event in the company of the Hennessey Venom F5 and its ilk, we wouldn't bank on the TSR-S getting a cheaper, more attainable baby brother.
Whatever it is, and however it is executed, we hope that Zenvo does well and succeeds in its ambition of cracking the US and Middle Eastern markets. With that in mind, you can be sure that the new car will be homologated for sale in the US, just as the current car was a year ago.