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Kepler Motors Motion Supercar

Kepler Motors Motion Supercar

Kepler Motors Motion Supercar

Kepler Motors Motion Supercar

Kepler Motors Motion Supercar

Year (of specifications) 2010
Engine 3.5 litre V6 and electric motor
Transmission 7-speed sequential AWD
Max speed 200 + mph
0-60 mph under 2.5 seconds (claimed)
Horsepower 800 hp total (250 electric motor + 550 hp V6)
weight -

The Motion, from California based Kepler Motors, is a hybrid supercar which uses a combination of a 3.5 litre V6 and an electric motor for propulsion.

Kepler Motors, founded by World Speed Record Holder Russ Wicks, introduced the car at the 2009 Dubai International Motor Show. Only 50 are scheduled for production making it one of the most exclusive cars on the market.

The Motion was developed from the ground up by a team of hand-picked design engineers, aerodynamicists, product development, and manufacturing specialists and incorporates a number of innovative technologies such as active suspension, active aerodynamics for adjustable downforce, launch control and a programmable track assistant system.

The Motion is based around a carbon fiber composite monocoque chassis and body which is both light and incredibly strong. The two seat interior features an instrument panel display with custom configurations, and a touchscreen display with programmable connectivity system.

Power comes from a 550 hp, modified Ford EcoBoost twin-turbo 3.5 liter V6 driving the rear wheels acting independently of a 250 hp electric motor driving the front wheels. The electric motors are powered by lithium-ion batteries and use a two speed automatic transmission. For the V6 a 7-speed, paddle-shift, dual clutch transmission is fitted.

The Kepler Motors Motion features StopTech's new Continuous Carbon Ceramic (C3) AeroRotors on all four wheels to ensure smooth, fade-free braking, even in the most extreme conditions. Comprising silicon carbide ceramic material reinforced with long, continuous carbon fibers, the unique C3 brake rotor material offers greater mechanical durability and unique heat transfer capabilities when compared to competitive carbon-ceramic rotors. To further reduce unsprung weight and improve the handling the car is fitted with four-piece carbon fiber and aluminium wheels - 19 inch up front and 20 inch at the rear.









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