• Oct 18, 2012
It's been a few years since we last heard about the Kepler Motors Motion hybrid supercar, but this car looks like it's still alive and kicking. For those who don't remember, we first heard about the Motion ahead of the 2009 Dubai Motor Show, but the company has released some new pictures and videos of the car carving up some exciting California back roads.

It doesn't appear that there is any new information to relay about the Kepler Motors Motion, so we're still to believe that the car uses a Ford 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 driving the rear wheels and a pair of electric motors powering the fronts. This hybrid all-wheel-drive system is said to give the car a combined output of 800 horsepower with the EcoBoost alone tuned to 550 horses. With that kind of figure to go with an incredible exhaust note that this car has, we could only image what a modern Taurus SHO could really be.

Check it out for yourself in the videos posted below.








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      chirowolf
      • 2 Years Ago
      just seems to be a blur of low volume supercar makers lately. all look pretty much the same to me. Its like some kind of kitcar on steriods invation
        th0mb0ne
        • 2 Years Ago
        @chirowolf
        All these cars look like a terrible homemade version of a Mclaren F1.
      Lagwolf
      • 2 Years Ago
      I am guessing they didn't bother to do much on the design. How dull & predictable...
      AngeloD
      • 2 Years Ago
      Just once I'd like to see a "super car" that looks like it would be even a little bit comfortable for a drive from L.A. to Vegas. Do they all have to copy the same cramped, claustrophobic body style? Is that a rule of some sort?
      speedracerx808
      • 2 Years Ago
      Did they really use Ducati mirrors as their side view mirrors? Wow.... just wow.
      nomadsto
      • 2 Years Ago
      Never thought i could be bored by high HP exotics but....... Have we not seen this same basic shape-configeration like a million times already. It's one thing when Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche dose these cars. At least there is some context, heritage, and pedigree. I really don't know who these poeple are or why should care about this car.
      ngiotta
      • 2 Years Ago
      Body looks like a kit car. Paint is a nice color though and a 3.5EB putting out 550hp?? Holy cow!
      Willie
      • 2 Years Ago
      NEW SUPERCAR RULE: you're not a supercar unless you have a sub 7:19 nurburgring lap time, (only factory options)
      Jil Wrinkle
      • 2 Years Ago
      If you took every wedge-shaped supercar out there and averaged them together, this car would be the result. Other commenters are right: If you are going to look ho-hum like this, then go all electric, or go home.