Zenvo Brings TSR-S Hypercar To Geneva In Grotta Azzura Blue

Zenvo’s track-focused TSR-S hypercar has arrived at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show wearing a new ‘Grotta Azzura’ blue livery, named after a famous sea cave on the coast of the island of Capri. Aside from the blue paint, the Geneva show car also features white racing accents.

Then there’s power, and the TSR-S has plenty of it, with its twin-supercharged 5.8-liter V8 engine producing 1,177 HP (1,193 PS) at 8,500 rpm and more than 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft) of peak torque.

Blistering performance

With the help of a motorsports-derived 7-speed paddle shift transmission, the Danish hypercar can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds, while 0-200 km/h (124 mph) takes just 6.8 seconds. As for its top speed, it’s electronically limited to 325 km/h (202 mph).

Other highlights include the active multi-axis Zentripetal Wing, which features two rotational axes enabling it to function both as an air brake as well as a cornering stabilizer, generating an inward force by tilting to one side or the other – you can check out how it works/looks right here.

“Like all our cars, the Zenvo TSR-S is 100% Danish-designed and hand-built in an extremely limited number,” said marketing director Peter van Rooy. “Each car is fully customisable and built to order, tailored to the precise specifications of the discerning client. For example, the TSR-S show car presented in Geneva includes an airbag steering wheel and passenger airbag, something we didn’t feature on last year’s show car when we were looking to maximise weight reduction.”

“In addition, we have added just a few of the extensive range of bespoke creature comforts that are available as non-cost options to owners, including climate control, an in-car multi-media installation and a hydraulic ride-height elevation system. There is also a highly intelligent track layout app that registers your performance & cornering, then offers instant advice for subsequent laps.”

Production of the TSR-S is currently underway, although the build schedule is limited to just five vehicles per year.


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Live photos: Guido ten Brink – SB Medien for Carscoops.com

  • Christian

    What’s the point when you can’t see the car? Those people from the Netherlands are dumb


    i hope this thing is “fireproof”

  • SteersUright

    Awesome car. But, what’s up with the rear lights? Did they just run out of time/money and go to Alibaba?

  • exeptor

    The wing is too horizontal.

    • Mike anonymous

      The wing, or its position on the vehicle. If your talking about the latter, it actually moves and turns when steering the vehicle.

      • exeptor

        You are right – I meant the position. I know about its specialty and it actually is the Thing in this car as almost everything else is the same. That was the reason I’ve added this comment – why keeping the only interesting thing in this car looking like any other wings.

  • Have they manage to sell a car? Now I feel bad for them, I think it’s properly engineered in the beginning but now it’s just like average supercar. I hope the Russian guy that owns it didn’t get bored with it!

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