Danish supercar maker Zenvo is building a 249 mph hybrid hypercar called the Aurora. It will make its public debut at Pebble Beach in August this year.
The Zenvo Aurora will be based around a carbon fiber monocoque, with a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine at its heart. The car reportedly uses electric turbochargers instead of conventional ones and is said to pack around 1200-1800 hp.
The Zenvo Aurora will be offered in two variants: Tur and Agil. The former is a more road-focused version with claimed top speed of 249 mph, while the Agil will be a high-downforce version designed for the race track.
According to Zenvo, its upcoming hybrid hypercar will be homologated and will be sold globally. That being said, only 100 units will be built. The company already has 30 reservations.
Zenvo’s chief commercial officer and chairman of the board, Jens Sverdrup said: “It is a remarkable honour to direct our growing team, as we undertake the most exciting phase in the history of the company. This car has come from the passion that runs deep in the Zenvo family and very much aligns with our ethos of ‘smiles per mile’. 2023 is going to be a truly exciting year”.