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Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy

Year 2009
Engine 600cc, 1000cc or 1300cc four cylinder
Transmission 6 speed sequential RWD
Max speed


0-60 mph 3.3 seconds (600cc engine)
Horsepower 125 hp, 150 hp or 185 hp
weight 227 kgs / 500 lbs

The Prodigy from Miami, Florida based company Scorpion Motorsports is a three wheeled sports car powered by a choice of three motorcycle engines.

The base Prodigy model, the P6, is powered by a 600cc Suzuki engine which puts out 125 hp. With this engine the Prodigy can hit 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. Also on offer is the P10 1000cc version which develops 150 hp, and the top spec P13 1300 cc model which produces 185 horsepower.

Sending the power to the single rear wheel is a paddle shift sequential transmission. The Proshift transmission system cuts ignition on upshifts and blips the throttle on downshifts for seamless operation.

Even though the Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy is road legal it has been primarily designed for use on the track. Therefore it features numerous sytems and engineering solutions which are often found on dedicated race cars. The hand laid composite bodywork features a honeycomb construction nose section similar to those found on F1 cars and core reinforced sides for increased strength and safety. The massive front wing and underfloor aerodynamic tray help to keep the Prodigy firmly planted to the road.

Inside the Prodigy features a single leather covered sports seat and 5 point race harness. Performance Tilton pedals are fitted as standard as is the multifunction steering wheel with RPM display, shift light, gear indicator, G-meter and 512kb of internal memory for recording track session data which can then be downloaded to a PC for further analysis.

Other performance components of the Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy include adjustable Ohlins suspension, Wilwood 4 piston calipers and scalloped floating discs.

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Grinnall Scorpion III
Cirbin V13R
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Mercedes F 300 Life-Jet

Source: Scorpion Motorsports via: Autoblog

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