Trion supercars have announced that they will their 2000bhp Nemesis into production.

The last few years have been fairly incredible when it comes to the never ending quest for the 'Fastest Production Car' trophy. The long standing record holder – the Bugatti Veyron Supersport – has come under fire from cars such as the Hennessey Venom and Koenigsegg One:1.

Now, however, a new American firm have announced that they will soon be joining this power struggle; their name is 'Trion Supercars' and they are set to put their insatiable Nemesis into production in January 2016.

Setting it apart from the current competitors, the Nemesis has a pretty impressive party piece: a 2000bhp, 9.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Stationed in the back of this outrageous car, the 2000bhp engine puts the Nemesis over 800bhp above the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport and around 700bhp above Koenigsegg's excellently senseless One:1; it goes without saying, therefore, that Trion Supercars claim that the Nemesis will beat both of the aforementioned in any race.

To access all of the potential power, you simply place the Nemesis into 'Predator Mode'. This mode modifies the car to become harder, louder and faster; making the car sprint from 0-60mph in just 2.8 seconds and fly all the way to a top speed of 270mph.

Forcing 2000bhp through the back wheels without any form of downforce would create a completely un-driveable vehicle. To prevent the Nemesis wheel spinning its way into a hedge,

Trion Supercars will be using the latest in active aerodynamics to push the car into the road and to help it deliver all of this potential power in a controllable way. As of now the only active aerodynamic reveal they've given us is the huge retractable rear spoiler but we could see various other additions as the car becomes a reality.

Trion Supercars have promised that the interior will be a mixture of sports, luxury and technology. Digital displays offer control over the cars features and also allow the driver to keep up-to-date with the 'latest internet crazes'. Aside from the excellent power and aggressive supercar styling, Trion Supercars wanted to make the Nemesis a car that can be lived with and not just looked at, to this end the rear of the car has been designed to comfortably accommodate golf clubs and luggage.

As of yet, all of the above is still to be confirmed by a real, tangible, prototype vehicle. Trion Supercars will be putting this Nemesis GT and the other (less-powerful) Nemesis' into production early 2016 so we can hope to see a concept surface next year. Until such vehicle exists, we'll just have to hope that this new small supercar company can really create a 2000bhp monster; we're certainly excited to see what happens!