Danish Tasty at Petersen Museum's Zenvo TSR-S Showcase

Danish Tasty at Petersen Museum's Zenvo TSR-S Showcase

The Zenvo TSR-S, famous for its tilting rear wing, is on display at L.A.'s Petersen Automotive Museum.

Zenvo helped the company establish two North American dealerships and introduced itself to press and VIPs at a Zenvo-curated house at Monterey Car Week.

In California's Petersen Museum's "Hypercars: The Allure of the Extreme" exhibition, visitors can see one of the country's rarest exotics. 

The car on display is pearlescent Ishvid Perlemoor, which is metallic white, and doesn't look out of place next to the Pagani Honda and Bugatti Chiron.

The nearly $2 million TSR-S is a road-going version of the track-only TSR, both based on Zenvo's TS1 GT. In TSR-S tune, all three cars use a twin-supercharged 5.8-liter V8 developed in-house. 

This drives the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and 202 mph (325 km/h).

The TSR-big S's selling point is a "centripetal" rear wing that pivots like a see-saw to change downforce as the car corners. Steer left and the wing drops 20 degrees right, and vice versa.

It tilts forward when you reach for the middle pedal to improve braking, and it jiggles when you're parked so your friends don't have to follow you at Mach 2 to see it in action.