The Danish manufacturer has revised its ST1 model, in the form of the new TS1 (the grey car in the picture above).
It’s not just a letter switcheroo, though, the Zenvo TS1 has a whole new engine along with aerodynamic upgrades.
Powered by a new in-house developed 5.9-litre lightweight twin-supercharged flat-plane V8 engine, which replaces the previous 7.0-litre supercharged and turbocharged V8, the model has a top speed of 233mph. The new engine comes mated to either a seven-speed paddle shift gearbox with auto mode, or a seven-speed race-inspired unit with paddle shift and dog engagement.
Other updates introduced on the TS1 include new lightweight carbonfibre inlet manifolds, a lower centre of gravity, some light cosmetic enhancements and a completely new interior.
Exterior updates include a redesigned front splitter, rear wing and diffuser to optimise downforce. A new vertical wing to the intercooler inlet has been added and the rear bumper and exhaust system have been revised. Carbon-ceramic brakes are also fitted, with 395mm discs up front and 380mm discs to the rear.
On the inside the model gets a contrasting colour separating the driver’s side, an updated dashboard and centre console, plus a range of leather, Alcantara, carbonfibre and aluminium customisation options.
The KW suspension has also been updated, with a hydraulic-lift system.
Zenvo boss Christian Brandt said: “We offer our clients the direct dialogue with our design team in the process of designing every unique interior, providing our clients with the option to become co-creators of their car.”
A track-day concept of the TS1, named TSR, was also revealed at the show (the yellow car). Specifically developed for track day use, it had further improved aerodynamics, with a lower ground clearance and stiffer suspension, as well as a roll cage, bucket seats and six-point harnesses.Just 15 examples of the TS1 will be built. However, pricing has yet to be revealed. The revised model is set to be priced at £1.2million.
Orders are now being taken.