Kepler Motors Motion Supercar by Kepler Motors

Why have you never heard of such carmaker as Kepler Motors before, or about their supercar – The Kepler Motors Motion Supercar?

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Why have you never heard of such carmaker as Kepler Motors before, or about their supercar – The Kepler Motors Motion Supercar? Because we haven’t heard about them too. So, now we’ll help you to fix this mistake. Kepler Motors is a brand new supercar manufacturer slated to compete with the Ferraris, the McLarens, the lamborghinis and etc. – albeit without an established brand presence. But Russ Wicks, founder and CEO of Kepler Motors, is evidently undaunted by the statistics and is launching the Motion this week at the Dubai International Motor Show.

The Kepler Motors Motion is an 800-hp supercar which has designed for track performance and road-ready thrill rides. It’s a hybrid vehicle of the truest form, featuring a modified Ford 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 that drives the rear wheels and a 250 hp electric motor that sends power to the front.

While that green-conscious heartbeat is a step in the right direction, we remain sceptical as the Guys from AutoBlog. Save for a slight detail upgrade on the headlights, hood, scoop and rear spoiler, the Kepler Motion shares precisely the same body shape as the famous Pagani Zonda.

But in any case we wish Kepler Motors the best of luck. They will surely have their hands full filling their proposed production limit of 50 cars that are set to be delivered to customers at the start of 2011. We will be sure to bring you any updates regarding the supercar startup, but until then check out the gallery below after the jump. [KeplerMotors via Autoblog]

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