Zenvo ST1: 1,104hp Danish supercar goes chasing Veyrons
Home of Hans Christian Anderson, Lego and tasty bacon, Denmark has never really been known for its cars.
Indeed, other than horsepower obsessed Mercedes tuner Kleemann the Danes don't seem to have much of a car culture.
Which makes the arrival of a Danish built 7.0-litre, 1,104hp monster clothed in one of the angriest looking bodies ever seen on a supercar all the more surprising. Say hello to the Zenvo ST1.
Of course, fledgling supercar builders with bold claims of Ferrari-beating performance are nothing new. And for every successful newcomer like Pagani or Koenigsegg there are scores of others who disappear after one headline grabbing 'prototype'.
Zenvo looks different though, in more ways than one. For starters it's been styled to look like nothing else there. And styled is no understatement either, the Zenvo's shape honed by Danish design agency Hermann & Brandt.
Aggressive, edgy and distinctive, the ST1's stunning looks get it off to a great start before it even turns a wheel. And Zenvo is promising to use this as the basis for all its future range of cars.