Trion's Nemesis RR is a 100% American-made supercar with 100% American elite status--just 50 standard, plus 9 Black Ops models will be produced--and a 100% American price tag. Estimates start at the million dollar mark.
Those 7 figures will get you a 2000 hp twin turbo V8 engine that guns from 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds, and eludes the po (and their own American-made cars) at speeds of up to 270 mph. Nemesis RR bodies consist of lightweight composite reinforced with Inconel and an interior packaging whose hardtop version is designed to comfortably seat healthy midwesterners or, more probably, professional athletes up to 7'0" tall.
Nemesis cabin tech includes digital flat panel controls wired for everything from Internet use to powertrain programming, plus a Predator Mode that modifies interior illumination, height, suspension, exhaust, and rev limits when engaged. Staying true to its country of origin from hood to tailpipe, Trion has also built the Nemesis with enough trunk space to transport golf clubs or luggage. Because swapping the supercar for the Escalade when Charles Barkley calls to play a quick 9 holes before that flight to Napa for lunch is an inconvenience people of the United States have put up with for far too long.