Danish company's new model has been shown in preview images that give little away; exposed carbonfibre suggests it'll be more hardcore than TS1 GT

Zenvo will unveil a new hypercar - the third model in its range, alongside the TS1 GT and TSR – at the Geneva motor show.

Typically unrevealing shots show the car’s red bodywork with heavy use of carbonfibre in its construction, suggesting a higher level of focus than the TS1 GT.

No details of engine or performance have yet been revealed, but power is likely to be in the same league as the 1200bhp of that car.

Pricing is likely to be in excess of the £1.2 million Zenvo charges for the TS1 GT. Small production numbers will go some way to justify that - Zenvo produces just five cars per year from its facility in Præstø, Denmark.

Zenvo CEO Angela Kashina said: “With everything now in place to launch this fantastic new model onto the market, it's hard for us to wait patiently for the Geneva motor show to share this car with the world.

"The fact that we're holding back to the opening day of the exhibition on 6 March is a testimony to how much we value this event.”

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30 January 2018

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