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American automaker Trion Supercars is located in Las Vegas. Richard Patterson, an American automobile engineer, created it in 2012. The business created the "Nemesis," which will be their first automobile. The Nemesis will be available in a number of various configurations, with the top trim packing a 552 cubic inch (9045ccm) quad-cam V8 with up to 2000 horsepower.


Trion originally presented the Nemesis to the public as a full-scale concept model in July 2015 together with one of the planned drivetrains. Initially, the automobile was supposed to start production in 2018.

The Trion Nemesis RR was introduced at the Silicon Valley Car Show in January 2016. The Nemesis was on exhibit by Trion Supercars in November 2016 at the SEMA Show and the LA Auto Show.

To become the fastest street legal automobile, the Trion Nemesis is expected to be built as a street legal vehicle. In 2016, the starting price for pre-orders was 1.6 million USD.

A 9.0L dual turbocharged V8 engine with 2000 horsepower powers the mid-engine, four-wheel drive Nemesis RR supercar. All four wheels will get power through an eight-speed sequential gearbox. The RR will include traction control, all-wheel drive, and a 10-speaker JBL audio system. The Koenigsegg One:1 and the Bugatti Chiron will be competitors for the Trion Nemesis RR.

The Nemesis GT was projected to have 1400 horsepower, a peak speed of 218 mph, and a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds. The entry-level model cost USD 1.2 million.

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