The TRION NEMESIS RR (known as simply TRION NEMESIS in-game) is a hypercar made and produced by Southern California-based boutique supercar maker TRION SuperCars.
The TRION NEMESIS was revealed in 2014 by California-based outfit TRION SuperCars. The company is described as making an "advanced ultra-luxury, high-performance line of vehicles designed around the driver". Aesthetically, the NEMESIS has an aggressive aerodynamic shape that makes the car resemble the McLaren P1, even more so on the wide-arched style rear end. Whereas the P1 has butterfly doors, the NEMESIS has suicide-scissor doors.
Internally, the TRION NEMESIS contains a digital dashboard and Internet connectivity, as well as a "Predator Mode" switch (the counterpart of the P1's "Street/Race/Track Mode" switch), allowing the car to change its height, suspension, exhaust noise, and rev limit, as well as its interior lighting. The car has a cockpit suitable for tall drivers up to 6'4" (193 cm).
The car uses an eight-speed sequential automatic transmission and is all-wheel-drive.
The TRION NEMESIS features a 9.0L (9,045 cc) twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 2000 hp (1491 kW). With that much power (along with an unspecified but extreme amount of torque), it is expected to do 0-60 mph in less than 2.8 seconds and reach a blistering top speed of over 270 mph (434 km/h), aimed squarely at the likes of the Koenigsegg One:1, Hennessey Venom GT, and Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, the former of which currently holds the record for the fastest production car, at 273 mph (440 km/h).
The car was shown in person at the 2016 Silicon Valley Auto Show. Production is expected to begin by late 2016 with the first production models hitting the streets in 2017.
The TRION NEMESIS rivals the Koenigsegg One:1, Hennessey Venom GT, Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, Devel Sixteen, and the "Holy Trinity of Hypercars".
The TRION NEMESIS is the last Class S car added in the Santa's Gift Update.
The TRION NEMESIS has several records for any car released in an update released in 2015: the highest starting rank, with 1636; the highest MAX rank, with 1737; the highest MAX+PRO rank, with 1805; and the lowest Tuning Kit rank boost, with +25.
The TRION NEMESIS, unlike most Class S cars, is a car with an acceleration/nitro-focused type of performance.
The TRION NEMESIS currently remains the fastest accelerating Class S car in the game, capable of hitting a maximum real total speed of 305.3 mph/491.5 km/h in a quick 2.4 seconds. In fact, the NEMESIS, when introduced, became the fastest accelerating car in the game, replacing the Audi R8 LMS Ultra. As of the Championship Update, though, the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25 and the later-added McLaren MP4/8 have succeeded the NEMESIS as the fastest accelerating cars in the game. The NEMESIS does have one problem: a speed multiplier of 91.60%.
The NEMESIS's acceleration is not only due to its extreme high-power engine, but also due to its high nitro stat of 40.8 mph/65.5 km/h. It has nitro efficiency at 6/12/16. Despite its aforementioned total speed of 305.3 mph/491.5 km/h, which the game displays as 333.3 mph/536.6 km/h, the NEMESIS's acceleration allows it to be faster on most tracks than most cars with a higher total speed, including the HTT Pléthore LC 750 and W Motors Fenyr Supersport.
The TRION NEMESIS has a high top speed stat for its rank, albeit inferior to those for top speed-focused cars with similar race times like the HTT Pléthore LC 750, Renault Sport R.S. 01, and Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS. In terms of handling, the NEMESIS has a sharp turning capacity, even at a very high speed with a high nitro stat, a trait passed on to later cars like the BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage. However, it does have only above-average drifting, meaning that sometimes, NEMESIS users may have to use the drift-brake trick or enter a drift earlier than normal in order to manage hard turns.
While still the best Credits-purchasable Class S car in the game, the TRION NEMESIS's dominance has now been cut short due to the introduction of the likes of the Aston Martin Vulcan, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, McLaren MP4-31, Lamborghini Aventador SV, BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package (especially the first two cars).
Despite its shortcomings, the TRION NEMESIS is currently the best non-tokens Class S car in the game. Even when just maxed out, it already performs well in Time-Limited Events and multiplayer, all thanks to its extreme rate of acceleration. Players who encounter the TRION NEMESIS in multiplayer are very likely (if ever) to finish after the TRION NEMESIS drivers finish the race, so long as those drivers don't wreck or make any major mistake one time, unless the player is using a superior car, such as the Aston Martin Vulcan. The NEMESIS is even more likely to be encountered if the player enters a multiplayer race with a car ranked above 1666 (especially above 1670), so unless the player's luck doesn't run out and (s)he wins the race in first, it is no longer recommended to bring in old cars like the SSC Tuatara, as depending on the driver of the car, the TRION NEMESIS is likely to simply outrun them all but can be challenged with a car like the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, or even the W Motors Fenyr Supersport and Arash AF10. In the case of the Lamborghini Aventador SV, though, skill is very important due to the SV's subpar drifting.
However, as of the Championship Update, the NEMESIS has been superseded by the Mosler Land Shark and the Aston Martin Vulcan, the former of which requires only 28 Forced-Induction V8 cards as opposed to 60. However, for the case of the Mosler Land Shark, the NEMESIS was not superseded by a large margin.
The NEMESIS is also challenged by the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25 and chances of victory against one are slim except if the users of the MP4-25 make mistakes, particularly by oversteering the MP4-25, making it skid and wreck, or if the NEMESIS is MAX+PRO. Even then, the MP4-25 is capable of being faster than the NEMESIS on all tracks, especially due to its higher rate of acceleration and better handling. On shorter tracks, this is even more of a trouble as the MP4-25's are very far ahead and by the time the NEMESIS catches up, if ever it does, the race would already be over.
After the end of the Winter Wonder Season, the Vulcan has superseded the TRION NEMESIS in terms of overall performance, and is capable of beating the NEMESIS in all tracks. This was extended further with the later updates, with the Car Blueprints Update introducing the McLaren MP4-31 and Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, both of which can post a faster race time than the NEMESIS (in the latter's case, not in Sector 8). Despite been superseded by the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, Aston Martin Vulcan, and Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, all is not lost as the NEMESIS, despite its overarchingly difficult Pro Kit requirements and higher price when compared to the Mosler Land Shark, the NEMESIS is still a budget, non-Elite Car alternative to the Vulcan and MP4-25 until either of those cars can be obtained by the player (as they cost tokens, while the latter is now obtainable only with Blueprints).
The TRION NEMESIS also counts to the collection "Off The Charts", which awards 5 Class S upgrades, useful for saving the player's upgrading costs (especially the Mosler Super GT, which has 4 upgrades that can only be bought with tokens) when upgrading better Class S cars. This collection is, however, very difficult to complete, as obtaining all the cars in the collection takes 10,750,000 and 28,000.
As of the Munich Update, the TRION NEMESIS' dominance has been retained by a small margin due to the Aston Martin Vulcan, Lamborghini Aventador SV, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport and Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package costing for some of its upgrades, also given the fact FI-V8 cards are now more easily obtainable through the Fusion system.
The TRION NEMESIS is the most expensive Credits-purchasable car in the game, with a buying price of 4,000,000, a MAX Upgrades price of 3,495,350, and a Pro Kits price of 1,888,875, all for a total of 9,384,225; including the Credits-purchasable Decals, this total is increased to 9,856,725. The NEMESIS's Pro Kits require 25 of each Class S Parts card, 60 Forced-Induction V8 cards, 28 Mid-Tech cards, and 32 Advanced Tech cards.