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A new British supercar on St George's Day

By Yoann Besnard on 13 March 2008 | Commentaires (0) Comments | Permalink

548141keats_img01 A new Bristish supercar will be launched on 23rd April after eight years of development.

The manufacturer, Keating, claims the car broke the world speed record held at the time by Bugatti during private testing.

The supercar will be available in two versions, the TKR and the SKR. The latter will be the entry-level want will have 400bhp under the bonnet. The TKR is said to come with more power than an F1.

Details remain scarce and no engine has been mentioned at this stage. Will the TKR and SKR use their own engine or a production-derived engine like small manufacturers generally do.


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