Here's The Mad Rear Wing Of The Zenvo TSR-S In Action

The twin-axis 'Centripetal Wing' of the Zenvo TSR-S has been filmed working away at the TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands

Remind me later

The Zenvo TSR-S is one of those numbers cars. We’re talking about 1177bhp at 8500rpm from a 5.8-litre supercharged V8. 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds. 124mph in 6.8 seconds. And an electronically-limited top speed of 202mph.

But it’s difficult to care about any of that. Why? Because we are so utterly and completely distracted by one particular aero piece on this Zenvo.

We are talking - of course - about the Centripetal Wing. It has two rotational axes, meaning it can be used as an air brake, and as a stabiliser in the corners. The idea is it tilts as the car turns, increasing pressure and therefore grip to the inside wheels.

Is it actually making a meaningful difference? We’ve no idea, but it’s awesome to watch it in action!

Source: Carspotter Jeroen via Top Gear