First revealed in 2009, the Kepler claims the Motion hybrid supercar has an output of 800 horsepower and can hit 60 mph in under 2.5 seconds.
In December 2009, Kepler Motors unveiled its Motion supercar at the Dubai Motor Show, announcing that just 50 models would be produced with deliveries to start in 2012. As we draw ever nearer to 2013 it appears that Kepler is preparing to make those deliveries of its hybrid supercar, as the carmaker has released these fresh set of images and videos to give its maiden project some media buzz. For those unfamiliar with the car, its vital statistics are particulalry impressive.
Power comes from a 550-horsepower modified Ford EcoBoost twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 that drives the rear wheels and acts independently of a 250-hp electric motor that drives the front wheels.
The Motion was developed from the ground up and incorporates active suspension and aerodynamics, launch control, extensive use of carbon-fiber composite materials for the monocoque chassis and body, carbon-ceramic brakes, and four-piece carbon-fiber AeroWheels.
The unique all-wheel-drive Dual Powertrain Technology provides a combined output of 800 hp, enabling the Motion to sprint to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and hit a top speed in excess of 200 mph. Kepler has yet to unveil the price of its Motion supercar, but we suspect it will be a big number with a string of zeros.