Back in March a new American car company Trion Supercars announced first details about their Trion Nemesis hypercar. We took the news with some skepticism, as there are plenty of people in the world who have the skills to create amazing photoshop renderings, but it is a whole other world to actually build a car.
Looks like the company is strongly moving on with the project as they have released some new renderings and few more details.
The Trion Nemesis will be powered by a 9.0-litre twin-turbo V8 producing around 2,000bhp linked to an eight-speed sequential transmission with power sent to all four wheels. 0-62mph is expected in 2.8 seconds and the top speed is reportedly 270mph, making it faster than Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
The Nemesis body and chassis are both made of carbon fibre with Inconel elements.
The first prototypes are currently being built by California-based coachbuilder N2A Motors and should be ready by February.
The actual production model is scheduled to enter production in early 2016 with production limited to 50 units, each car costing over $1 million (£621,500).
Stay tuned for more details.