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1,104 HP Zenvo ST1 Coming To U.S., Priced At $1,225,000

 
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Denmark's own supercar, the Zenvo ST1, will soon be coming to America. Red Sea, the sole distributor for the turbocharged 1,104-horsepower V-8-powered monster, has announced pricing today. The cost of owning this rolling piece of Danish art? A cool $1.125 million.

That's certainly a hefty sum, but considering the limited availability and the price of the car's competition, it's actually fairly reasonable.

Weighing in at a relatively light 3,040 pounds and clocking 62 mph in 3.0 seconds, the Zenvo ST1 is electronically limited to 233 mph. With a limit that high, you have to wonder why they limited it at all.

Dealers for the Zenvo are currently being selected, but no time frame has been announced for delivery. Only 15 of the cars are being made each year, so it'll be a fight to get your hands on one provided you've got the dosh to dole out.

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  1. ...meh. If I was in the market for a $1,000,000+ car I would skip this altogether and go with a base model Veyron 16.4. It looks like a Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale had it's way with a Lexus LF-A and this little bastard is the result. I honestly don't see the art-or technology for that matter-in the ST1.
     
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  2. The speed limit is 375 kmh which then becomes 233 mph. We prefer to use metric over here in the old world :-)
     
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  3. Sell this car in the Noble, TVR, Atom level and price range and they will become a house name in no time.
     
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