Zenvo Automotive has announced the arrival of a special edition ST-1 50S that gets 1233bhp
14 June 2011

Danish supercar maker Zenvo Automotive has announced the arrival of a special edition “mighty Zenvo ST-1” for the US market.

Dubbed ST-1 50S, the special edition has been developed with Zenvo's US distributor Red Sea Distribution. It gets a raft of changes over the standard car, including a power hike of 144bhp from 1089bhp to 1233bhp. Torque also increases from 1055lb ft to a heady 1106lb ft.

See a pic of the 1233bhp Zenvo ST-1 50S

Power comes courtesy of Zenvo’s own 7.0-litre supercharged and turbocharged V8 petrol engine, which is mated to a seven-speed automatic gearbox. According to Zenvo, the ST-1 50S will hit 62mph in under 3.0sec, with top speed limited to 233mph.

Inside, the supercar – of which only three will be built – gets individual monogrammed seats, and an exclusive complimentary, Swiss-made Aspen Zenvo watch worth £30,000.

Other features include the choice of three colours – one for each car – including Intense Red, Crystal White and Mediterranean Blue, magnesium wheels and a special edition plaque signed by the engineers and owners.

Prices for the Zenvo ST-1 50S start from $1.8 million (£1.1m) plus local taxes.

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