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2015 Trion Nemesis

Supercars boasting incredible horsepower aren’t anything new in the auto industry. But that’s what Trion Supercars is promising with the Nemesis, an exotic that’s promising returns of unimaginable proportions to the tune of 2,000 horsepower.

That’s not so much as a misprint as it is a call for high expectations. Trion Supercars is laying down the gauntlet with a vehicle that definitely looks the part of a modern-day supercar, complete with some unique features that should allow it to stand out in a market that doesn’t have any shortage of stomach-churning performance and mind-bending technology.

One of the more unique features of the Nemesis is its apparent convenience for tall drivers, something not a lot of exotics take into the equation when building their own supercars. But the Nemesis is different, in large part because of an interior package that can comfortably sit driver 6’4" and above. There’s also a package for the hardtop that can accommodate 7-footers comfortably.

If Trion Supercars intended the Nemesis for professional basketball players, it sure hit that niche right on the mark. If for nothing else, that’s a market that it can dominate for as long as it holds true to its promise.

Click past the jump to read more about the Trion Nemesis.

Trion Nemesis in detail

Trion Nemesis

For a niche company that doesn’t have nearly enough the experience as the Bugattis and Koenigseggs of the world, Trion Supercars does have a pretty radical design befitting of an exotic that produces 2,000 horsepower. The sharp lines are present, and the front end looks really mean, with those aggressive headlights serving as a nice jumping point of the Nemesis’ aggressive appearance. Trion’s use of lightweight carbon fiber with inconel elements also makes the car really light.

Likewise, the large wheel arches on the rear exude a masculine presence about the Nemesis; as if to say that it can stand toe-to-toe with the big boys of the market. Even the Nemesis’ trunk was developed to accommodate golf clubs or luggage, so owners do not have to car swap for different functions.

Trion Nemesis

Obviously, with a twin-turbo V-8 that produces 2,000 horsepower and mates to an eight-speed sequential transmission, you’re going to be pretty confident about your chances against the best exotics on the market. Having a supercar that can reportedly capable of hitting 60 mph in 2.8 seconds to go with a top speed of over 270 mph is nice to have in your back pocket, too.

Specifications

EngineTwin Turbo Charged V-8 Engine
HorsepowerOver 2,000 HP
0–60 mph2.8 seconds
Top Speed270 MPH +
Transmission8 Speed Sequential
Body/chassisLightweight Carbon fibre with Inconel elements.

Press Release

Boasting over 2000hp from a twin turbo V8, the Trion Nemesis is not to be questioned. It even has a ’Predator Mode’, which we imagine will suit your driving style down to a tee!

Trion Nemesis

The Trion Story

Trion Supercars (TSC) is a California based Automotive Technology Company. TSC was founded by a team of passionate automotive designers, motor sport innovators and technologists. Trion’s objective is to design, engineer, assemble, market & sell advanced supercars for the mid-to-very-high-end market segments. We utilize the latest engineering technologies from various industries to combine power, aesthetics, safety and comfort. TSC intends to challenge European dominance of the prestigious exotic supercar category.

The Nemesis Story

Trion Nemesis

Hand-crafted by skilled artisans in America, Trion SuperCars has developed an advanced ultra-luxury, high performance line of vehicles designed around the driver. We provide the excitement throughout the vehicle design. The exterior lines are flawless from the front growl to the captivating tail configuration. The interior packaging will comfortably accommodate 96th percentile (6’4′′) drivers in all models.

The Nemesis cabin offers a unique blend of cutting-edge technology with reduced volumes to optimize the space. Digital flat panel controls provide access to the latest internet crazes while masking the core function of vehicle programming. The displays provide access to program the Nemesis power train as well as a few predefined operating options. The “Predator Mode” will modify interior illumination, height, suspension, exhaust and rev limits. TSC has designed the vehicle to be driven not just admired. The rear trunk was specifically developed to accommodate golf clubs or luggage so owners do not have to car swap for different functions. Equipped with active aero-dynamics that are programmable to suit the drivers mood!


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