Autocar revealed today that Keating Supercars wants to make it up to the ones that believed the Bolt would ever make it into production. And the company is now promising a new hypercar, the Berus. These are the first renderings of the vehicle, which is said to be able to accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in 2.4 s.
For the V8 version, at least, which will have 485 kW. The Berus should also have an all-electric version that will have 300 kW and 1,429 Nm. Keating promises a top speed above 370 km/h. It is much more modest than the claimed top speed for the Keating Bolt, which was 550 km/h, but at least the Berus has a chance of making it into production. At least if the 2017 Top Marque visitors decide to order one. The British carmaker has promised to reveal the hypercar there, in April 2017. Let’s see if it is as impressive in the flesh as it seems to be in the renderings.