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 Agera RS, Bugatti Chiron, and Hennessey Venom F5, the former of which currently remains the world's fastest production car with a top speed of 278 mph (447 km/h).
The car was shown in person at the 2016 Silicon Valley Auto Show. Production was expected to begin by late 2016 with the first production models hitting the streets in 2017, but as of 2018, the car is still not in production.
The TRION NEMESIS was added in the Santa's Gift Update as a high-end Class S car with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 1636
- MAX rank: 1737 (+101)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1805 (+68)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +25
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 265
- Upgrade rank percentages: 2/55/2/41
- Speed Modifier: 91.60%
- Nitro Efficiency: 6/12/16
The TRION NEMESIS rivals the McLaren 720S, Porsche Carrera GT, Aston Martin Vulcan, Arrinera Hussarya GT, McLaren MP4-31, Lamborghini Aventador SV, Rezvani Beast Alpha, and the Kawasaki Ninja H2R. The Devel Sixteen Prototype and Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package are the next-best vehicles in Class S after the NEMESIS. Within the entire game, the NEMESIS is roughly the eleventh best vehicle. The NEMESIS has good performance in all aspects and extremely good acceleration. Compared to its competition, the NEMESIS is an acceleration-biased car with a total speed of 305.3 mph/491.5 km/h (real speed terms).
This is the official review of the TRION NEMESIS on the Asphalt YouTube channel, made by TheHawtDawg1 and published on February 11, 2016:
Note: Tests were performed with a MAX NEMESIS
Time to reach end of Tokyo straight: 7.062s
Perfect nitro duration: 8.976s
Triple nitro duration: N/A
French Guiana lap time: 55.077s
Venice lap time: 1.10.851s
Final verdict: N/A
During its release, the TRION NEMESIS was considered to be the best vehicle in Class S (and the entire game). While notorious for being the best Credits-purchasable vehicle in the game for two years (not necessarily the fastest, but the most balanced), the NEMESIS is still extremely expensive to purchase and upgrade for Credits. Notably, the NEMESIS requires 60 Forced-Induction V8 Engines to be upgraded to the MAX+PRO level, making it worthless for newer players.
With the inclusion of the Apollo IE and X2, the TRION NEMESIS was rendered a collector's item, until the Fifth Anniversary Update.
The NEMESIS is similarly a poor choice in multiplayer due to its low top speed. While the quick acceleration can compete against the Vulcan, Hussarya GT, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, MP4-31, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, it will struggle against Apollo IEs, Rezvani Beast Alphas, and X2s.
However, with the Heatwave Season on August 30, 2018, that rebalanced matchmaking by top speed instead of performance rating, the NEMESIS is usable again with its rapid acceleration.
The TRION NEMESIS also counts to the collection "Off The Charts", which awards 5 Class S upgrades when upgrading better Class S vehicles. This collection is, however, very difficult to complete, as obtaining all the vehicles in the collection takes 10,750,000 and 28,000.
The TRION NEMESIS had a original buying price of 4,000,000 that has since been updated to 3,275,000 or 13,975. Upgrades cost 3,495,350 while Pro Kits require 1,888,875, 25 of each Class S Parts card, 60 Forced-Induction V8 cards, 28 Mid-Tech cards, and 32 Advanced Tech cards. This comes to a total of 8,659,225.
The Trion Nemesis appears as a mid-high Class S car with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 3232
- 1* Max rank: 3375
- 2* Max rank:
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- 4* Max rank:
- 5* Max rank:
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The Trion Nemesis requires 60 TRION NEMESIS Epic Blueprints to be built, which are unobtainable unless you complete its exclusive event.
As aforementioned, the car has its own exclusive event. It lasts 4 days once it is on. The cars featured are: Rezvani Beast X (C), Cadillac Cien Concept (B), VLF Force 1 V10 (A) and W Motors Fenyr SuperSport (S). By finishing the race you can win 1 TRION NEMESIS Blueprint. Beating specific race times with the Beast, Cien and Force 1 grant TRION NEMESIS packs, which might contain 1 TRION NEMESIS blueprint or import parts, Class-S Rare Import Parts or Uncommon Import Parts. With each of the three cars mentioned 5 packs can be obtained. Once you beat the time, you get one pack, and this is repeated 5 times in order to get all the packs. Beating a specific race time with the Fenyr Supersport grants 1 TRION NEMESIS+ pack which might contain 1 TRION NEMESIS Blueprint, 1 TRION NEMESIS Epic Import Part, Class-S Rare Import Parts or Uncommon Import Parts. Again, 5 packs can be obtained. Once you beat the time, you get one pack, and this is repeated 5 times in order to get all the packs.
The car has good stats overall. It has amazing speed and very good acceleration, however it still is slower by a few miles than the Koenigsegg Regera and Bugatti Chiron. Its acceleration is similar to the Terzo Millenio’s, however the TRION’s speed is slightly superior. It has a mediocre handling, however its drifting capabilities are quite good. The biggest problem with the NEMESIS is its nitro duration, which is extremely poor and is considered the worst in the entire game. However it is good on tracks with lots of nitro and ramps, such as San Fransisco, Cairo and Himalayas.
In Multiplayer it will be able to beat the Dodge Challenger 392 Hemi Scat Pack, Dodge Challenger SRT8, Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Coupe, Jaguar F-Type SVR, Aston Martin Vulcan, Ford GT, Lamborghini Centenario and Icona Vulcano Titanium, but it will fall victim to a maxed SCG 003S, Lamborghini Aventador SV Coupe and Lamborghini Egoista, since those cars have just slightly inferior acceleration but much better nitro duration (especially the SCG), while having a pretty similar speed. Even a non-maxed Fenyr Supersport and Koenigsegg Regera will beat it with ease, due to better nitro duration, handling and superior speed at any tuning. But the NEMESIS can beat them sometimes. It can reach Legend League very easily, but it is not featured in specific car-focused seasons (e.g. Acura Series, Superveloce Series). To add to that, the 4 cars featured in its exclusive event are very hard to unlock and star-up (especially the Fenyr, which requires a full 60 Blueprints and is better than the NEMESIS). This, along with the TRION NEMESIS Blueprints being unobtainable in any other way, makes it one of the rarest cars in the entirety of Asphalt 9, with less than 100 people owning it and less than 10 people having it starred up to 3-6 stars.
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