The collection of supercars on the market that can hit 2,000hp is extremely slim. Most drivers are comfortable sitting in the Koenigsegg One:1 and revving 1,200hp on the road. But a real autophile seeks more the maximum horsepower output from their speedster. California start-up Trion SuperCars looks to fill that void by introducing its first model dubbed the Nemesis, which is set to deliver an insane 2,000hp. Damn!
Under the hood, the Nemesis will sport a twin-turbo B8 engine mated with 8-speed sequential transmission. The powertrain should be enough to send the car past 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds and deliver a top speed of over 280 mph. It’s also said to featuring McLaren P1-style rear end and front grille, along with a lightweight carbon-fiber chassis.
Trion has yet to announce any availability or pricing details.