Danish automaker Zenvo has revealed its latest supercar, the Aurara, at the Monterey Car Week in California with a public debut coming this weekend. The lineup includes the Tur grand-touring version and the track-focused Agil, with only 50 units of each. Starting production in 2026, prices kick off at $2.83 million (2.59 million euros).
Both Aurara models feature a quad-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine from Mahle Powertrain, boasting 1,250 horsepower and a 9,800 rpm redline. The rear-wheel-drive Agil includes a single electric motor for a combined output of 1,450 hp and 1,033 lb-ft (1,400 Nm) of torque. Acceleration figures are impressive, reaching 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds and 125 mph in 4.6 seconds, with a top speed of 227 mph.
The all-wheel-drive Tur model adds two electric motors to the front wheels, pushing the total output to 1,850 hp and 1,254 lb-ft (1,700 Nm). This version accelerates from 0-62 mph in just 2.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of 280 mph, making it even more powerful.
The engine pairs with a seven-speed gearbox featuring an electric motor for reversing and starting. The Agil and Tur have distinct gearing and gear-change mapping.
The Agil weighs under 2,866 pounds (1,300 kg) and generates 1,940 pounds (880 kg) of downforce at 155 mph. The Tur is slightly heavier at 3,197 pounds (1,450 kg) due to the extra front-wheel motors.
Both models sport an edgy design, with the Agil featuring a prominent wing and the Tur showcasing a sleeker profile. Zenvo’s Chief Designer Christian Brandt emphasized the intention to highlight the car’s chassis and components rather than conceal them under a monolithic design.
The interior remains somewhat mysterious, but photos reveal various instruments including a small infotainment screen, a central tachometer, and a combined fuel and battery gauge.