Trion Nemesis is another wild supercar project promising 2000+ horsepower

There have been dozens of wild startups that release renderings of future supercars, promising to leave everything else on the market behind with their top speed and power. Usually all we see are computer generated images and big words.

The latest to join the party is Trion Supercars from California with their Trion Nemesis. We are not saying they won’t make it, but surely it is suspicious if a new company with no real track record announces a new supercar faster than Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

The Trion Nemesis will use a twin-turbocharged V8 engine with over 2000bhp linked to 8-speed sequential gearbox, taking it from 0-60mph in 2.8 seconds, while the top speed is over 270 miles per hour. There are also active aero-dynamics.

The body and chassis are both made of carbon fibre with Inconel elements.

Interior images were not released, but Trion Supercars says there are digital flat panel controls and through the display a feature called “Predator Mode” will modify interior illumination, height, suspension, exhaust and rev limits.

The trunk is big enough to accommodate golf clubs or luggage so it could be driven daily.

Looks good, but until we see the real thing we are considering it as another awesome computer rendering.


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