The U.S.-based car manufacturer Trion SuperCars (TSC) has announced that the development for its Nemesis supercar has started. The American firm is established in California and they are currently in an early development stage for a supercar dubbed Nemesis. 

According to TSC officials, the car will be powered by a V8 twin-turbo unit rated at more than 2.000 horsepower. In the same press release, the TSC officials added that their car will beat the Bugatti Veyron and will feature more power than the Koenigsegg One:1. 

The Trion Nemesis will come with a carbon fiber chassis and body with some parts made from inconel alloys. The engine power will be transferred to the gravel via an eight speed sequential transmission. As a result, the upcoming Trion Nemesis will be able to sprint from stand still to 96 km/h in 2.8 seconds, while the top speed is expected to reach 450 km/h.

Inside the cabin, buyers will have a digital flat panel with a "Predator Mode". This one is able to modify cabin illumination, suspension, exhaust, ride height and rev limiter. 

Trion Supercars’ partner company n2a Motors will be in charge of manufacturing the body and interior of the Nemesis and an initial prototype will be built next month.

Source: Trion SuperCars