If you’re reading this and you’re preparing for the worst news you can possibly imagine, you can take now take a sigh of relief because it’s not as bad as it could have been.

There are a handful of cars in this world that can cause a massive riot when one of its models gets involved in a car crash. The Danish speeding bullet, the Zenvo ST1, is one of those cars, and lucky for all of us, the damage was minimal enough that it was repaired in no time.

Nevertheless, we’re still compelled to give you the low-down on how everything unfolded. The Zenvo ST-1 was participating at the "Sportscar Event at the Jyllands Ringen" when its driver, Troels Vollersten, lost control of the car and crashed into a wall. The good news is that the the damage incurred by the ST-1 was very minimal - minor dings on the left side - and after getting a thorough car wash to remove the dirt and gravel off the supercar, it was back on track in no time.

We told you it wasn’t that bad. But just to hammer in a point: Mr. Vollersten, sir, for your sake, please be a tad more careful with the ST-1


Source: Pro-Street

Kirby Garlitos
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  (504) posted on 06.6.2010

I can’t imagine that this Zenvo ST1 is equipped with a 7.0 liter V8 engine that is capable of producing 1104 horse power, can go from 0-62 mph in just 3 seconds, and tops out at 233 mph (375 km/h). Well, that’s one of a monster on the road.

  (806) posted on 06.2.2010

Good thing that the front bumper didn’t cut loose on the body of the zenvo.

  (134) posted on 06.1.2010

In that 7.0 liter V8, turbocharged, supercharged, kitchen sink-charged, to 1104 hp and producing windmill-levels of torque at 4500 rpm with 1430 Nm. Well, crashing isn’t new on that kind of supercar.

  (1332) posted on 05.31.2010

Oh well happens sometimes but good thing this baby doesn’t hit the tire block and sand bag.

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