According to Autocar, production of the vehicle is scheduled to start in January 2016, while first prototypes will be built in February 2015. The Nemesis boasts a carbon fiber monocoque and a pushrod-based suspension system while sporting intricate body details derived from the same type of lightweight material. The body adopts a typical wide and low slung shape like all supercars must have. At the rear end, inspiration has clearly been taken from the McLaren P1 with a similarly shaped grille and LED taillights. The company has also added active aerodynamics for increased performance.
The Nemesis’ power is rooted from a 9.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine with around 2,000 bhp (1,491 kW). With 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration in a measly 2.8 seconds and maximum speed of more than 450 km/h (280 mph), on paper the Nemesis should be faster than the coveted Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and the Koenigsegg One:1.
The V8 unit is synchronized to an eight-speed sequential manual transmission and four-wheel drive. The standard braking equipment includes carbon-ceramic disc brakes with six-piston front calipers and four-piston rear calipers.
Inside the cabin, there is a fully digital dashboard with internet connectivity. The vehicle also possesses a Predator Mode, much like a sport mode, that provides higher performance output, modifies the suspension settings, increases the exhaust noise and the increases the rev limit.
The American-based startup company has stated a fleet of 50 examples is planned with prices starting at around 786,000 EUR (roughly 1M USD). Trion explains it “intends to challenge European dominance of the prestigious exotic supercar category”.