zenvo ST1

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
ST1 2012 7000 ccm 1135 375 -
ST1 2011 7000 ccm 1135 375 -
ST1 2010 7000 ccm 1135 375 -
ST1 2009 7011 ccm 1087 375 -


Hurtigst: 375 km/t

Kraftigst motor: 1135 HK

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