A 789bhp hybrid supercar has been launched at the Dubai motor show by Kepler Motors.
The Kepler Motion features a unique all-wheel drive system, which consists of a 542bhp twin-turbo Ford V6 engine powering the rear wheels and an independent 247bhp electric motor powering the front wheels.
Kepler claims the two-seat Motion can get from 0-60mph in just 2.5sec and go on to reach a top speed of more than 200mph.
Kepler Motors is funded by Russ Wicks, an American who hold land speed records on both land and water.
The company said it had designed the car from the ground up, using hand-picked design engineers, aerodynamicists and product developers.
Tech features include an active suspension system, active aerodynamics and launch control. Carbonfibre composites have been used for its monocoque chassis and body panels to keep its kerb weight to a minimum.
The Kepler Motion will be hand built, with first deliveries starting in 2011. Just 50 units will be built and sold to a “small, exclusive and elite group of individuals”. No pricing has been released.