In the near future, Bolton-based supercar manufacturer Keating Supercars will present a road monster named 'Keating Berus.' Although there was less familiar, but it will come with outstanding performance. The vehicle' name comes from Vipera Berus - the scientific name for a common European viper.
|Keating Supercars Berus will debut on Top Marques Monaco show in April next year. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1d1YbV)|
As we all know that Keating Supercars introduce his first supercar named TKR at the London Motor Show 2006. This supercar even said to be equivalent to the Saleen S7 and Pagani Zonda.
|Rear side view of Keating Supercars Berus. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1d1YbV)|
The most controversial is when they release a supercar named Bolt in 2014. The car is claimed to be capable of reaching a top speed of 340 mph or 547 km/h by using LS7 V8 twin turbo engine with a capacity of 7,000 cc, but soon seemed to disappear from the news media. (Jump to the article.)
And in 2017, Keating Supercars will present the Berus supercar in three versions, namely a naturally-aspirated unit giving 650 hp. Adding twin-turbochargers to this will push power up to 2,000 hp (of course), while an electric version promises green motoring with more than 400 hp on tap.
Unfortunately, the company just released the rendering images that reveal a sleek coupe design is decorated with many of the characteristics of modern supercar. At the front, Keating Berus have one set of slim vertical lights and curved bonnet, with a large size air extractor.
The side of the car looks quite simple and only consists of one large air intake, using a middle engine that is unclear specifications. To the rear, seemed pinned active spoiler, and thin rear lights and oval shaped exhaust.
According to the company founder Dr. Anthony Keating, the supercar will be built in Bolton and has a weighs about 1 ton also is expected to give a spectacular performance. It also claimed to have a maximally speed up to 550 km/h and can sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 2 seconds.
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