Kepler Motion is the latest supercar which made its debut at this year's Dubai International Motor Show. Many of you don't know a thing about this manufacturer, right?
Well, Kepler Motors was founded by World Speed Record Holder Russ Wicks and what you will read now will definitely let you speechless. Why is that? Because the new Motion supercar promises to set a new standard with all-wheel drive Dual Powertrain Technology (DPT) which provides a combined 800 hp.
The car features a modified Ford EcoBoost twin- turbo 3.5-liter V6 driving the rear wheels, capable to deliver an impressive 550 hp, while driving the front wheels there is an 250 hp electric motor.
With this new system installed, the Motion supercar can hit 60 mph in less than 2.5 seconds while the top speed achieved is over 200 mph.
Also, the vehicle features a number of leading edge technologies such as active suspension, active aerodynamics, launch control and programmable track assistant system.
In order to stop this little monster, the manufacturer used StopTech's new Continuous Carbon Ceramic (C3) AeroRotors on all four wheel.
The C3 offers greater mechanical durability and unique heat transfer capabilities when compared to competitive carbon-ceramic rotors. The production of the Kepler Motion will be limited to just 50 units and deliveries are set to start in 2011.