The company intends to start offering the Berus model starting next year with a range of two powertrains – a classic V8 or a high-tech emissions-free electric version.
Keating Supercars might not be your first choice when talking about performance and exotic automobiles, buy cialis but in fact the company is already a decade of producing performance vehicles. And the firm will present to dealerships a new model – Berus – starting next year, vcialis 40mg with the coupe apparently capable of reaching over 230 miles per hour (370 kilometers per hour). And Keating even has two versions for the sports car. A traditional supercar power coming from a V8 enabling a 62 mph (100 km/h) sprint in 2.4 seconds and that great top speed. Or environmentalists can go for the electric powertrain that has values between 201 and 402 horsepower (150 – 300 kilowatts) and a torquetastic figure of 1,054 pound-feet (1,429 Newton-meters) of torque.
The production version of the Berus will be ready in time for the next April’s Monaco Top Marques event. Keating so far has renderings and a half-scale model which depicts a fairly classic supercar styling. The name is derived from vipera berus – the scientific name for the common European viper. Keating Supercars first became known with a racer named TKR, which used a biturbo LS7 V8 with a claimed 1,800 hp (1,342 kW) – it was capable of 260.1 mph (419 kph) at Salt Lake Flats in California back in 2009.