As a country that’s not really synonymous with producing supercars, Denmark clearly stamped some notice unto itself after the Zenvo ST1 made its debut at the Dubai Motor Show last year.

The car ended up as such an attraction that the Stig was called in to do some runs of the car in the – what we can imagine – obscenely hot Dubai desert. Ok, it was the Dutch edition of Top Gear Magazine that did the piece but still, we’ll take as many videos of the ST1 as we can get, regardless of who’s shooting it.

In this particular video, which we think is one where they’re documenting the photo shoot for the ST1, the Danish supercar is seen cruising along a road with some pretty mesmerizing sand dunes in the back and a number of camels, most of which, upon closer inspection, probably had no idea that they were being used for a photo shoot of the ST1.

Here’s to hoping that the shoot ended well and no camels decided to, shall we say, go bonkers and step on the car. After all, only 15 of these cars will be made and it would be a pity if one of them got destroyed by a camel’s hoof.


Source: Top Gear

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  (502) posted on 06.10.2011

haha. What does these camels doing here? BTW, this car is quite super limited since they are making only 15 units for this car!

  (379) posted on 03.1.2010

Well, nothing new or interesting in the video. I was hoping to see it at high speed or something but I think the camels were stopping him from doing so. Anyhow, the Dubai desert are a very nice place to shoot cars I think but not for cars like this, for rally and 4x4 cars perhaps?

  (515) posted on 03.1.2010

WOO!!! My first post so don’t flame me to bad. Also I might not be the best car guy in the world, but don’t Super Charger + Turbos = Hellion Dual Boost system??? If I am mistaken please feel free to correct me.

  (1333) posted on 02.28.2010

dang so limited, they only build 15 of it, lucky for those people to have it.

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