Back in 2009 Kepler Motors debuted its Motion hybrid supercar with a prospective delivery date for 2011. The supercar never hit the market, and it was presumed dead until recently when the automaker released another video of the model in action.
The video is about the only thing that was released, as no new information came along with it. What we know from the past is that it is a twin-turbo V6 3.5-liter EcoBoost motor that sends 550 hp to the rear wheels thanks to a handful of modifications, with another 250 hp hitting the front pair by way of an electric motor. Combined, the total output hits 800 hp, which should give way to a 0-62mph time of under 2.5 seconds and a top speed that exceeds 200 mph.
Launch control, active aerodynamics and suspension, StopTech Continuous Carbon Ceramic AeroRoters, a programmable track assistant system and a carbon fiber monocoque chassis have all also been previously noted.
Hit the jump for the video.
-By: Alexandra Koken