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Zenvo ST1 Spotted in the Wild

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Well, here’s something you don’t see very often. It’s a Zenvo ST1 out and about, on public roads. Somebody has actually bought one! Mind you, this car was snapped in Denmark, so there is a good chance it’s a company car.

Either way, it is good to see the latest Zenvo ST1 out in the wild. Usually we only get to see this Danish beauty in car magazine or TV shows, and often it’s either broken down or on fire. So it’s refreshing to catch one that is nice and intact, and sporting such an amazing color. The ST1 always looked the part, but mechanically, it has never been on the par with the other options available in its price range. The turbocharged and supercharged speed machine is also full of bugs, to use a software analogy, which makes it harder for people to accept it as a fully fledged member of the hyper car club.

Photos via Gumbal & Kluge Cars

Zenvo ST1 Specs:


  • Overall length (mm) 4665
  • Overall width, without mirrors (mm) 2041
  • Overall height (mm) 1198
  • Ground clearance (when hydraulic lifted) 110mm (160mm)
  • Wheelbase (mm) 3055
  • Weight (kg) 1688
  • Headroom front (mm) 998
  • Legroom front (mm) 1109
  • Shoulderroom front (mm) 1395
  • Hand build centre mounted 6.8 litre V8 engine.
  • Supercharged & turbocharged
    Light alloy engine block.
    Sequential fuel injection.
    Dry sump lubrication with oil coolers.
    Piston spray oil cooling.
  • Max. power output 1104 hp (810 kW) at 6.900 rpm
  • Max. torque 1430 Nm at 4.500 rpm
  • Top speed (km/h) 375 (electronically limited)
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.0 sec.
  • Hp/weight 654 bhp per tonne
  • Power modes
    Wet (650 hp)
    Sport (850 hp)
    Race (1104 hp)
  • Fuel type Unleaded 98 RON
  • Oil type 5W-30 synthetic racing oil.


  • Layout Rear wheel drive
  • Gearbox 7-speed F1 paddle shift with auto mode
  • Diferential Limited slip differential (Torsen)
  • Clutch Two disc 240 mm carbon clutch.


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