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Zenvo ST1 Supercar Lands In Jay Leno’s Garage: Video

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Denmark’s Zenvo ST1 supercar finally goes on sale in the U.S. on Wednesday but self-described car nut and television personality Jay Leno was fortunate enough to have already taken one for a spin. Fresh from Denmark, Zeno founders Jesper Jensen and Troels Vollertsen paid a visit to Jay Leno’s garage recently and just so happened to bring along their new baby with them. Their baby just so happens to be a hand-built supercar developing no less than 1,100 horsepower and capable of reaching speeds of up to 233 mph.

As we previously reported, only 15 of the ST1s are planned for production, and of these only three are scheduled to be sold in the U.S. Those three, by the way, are a special version called the ST1 50S and they will be running 1,250 horsepower versions of Zenvo’s in-house developed 7.0-liter V-8 engine. Yes, that's more powerful than even the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

If you’re on the fence about Zenvo and its ST1, check the review below by the always enlightening comedian.

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  1. I am surprised Leno decided to opt for video drive over actually starting up & pulling out the ST-1 Zenvo onto the road himself....hmm.
     
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  2. Hi Austin,

    The vehicle in the clip is actually a prototype so only the manufacturer is allowed to drive it. The same thing happened when Pagani brought his Huarya on the show.
     
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