The league of British built supercars will obtain yet another member in the form of the Keating TKR and SKR vehicles. According to Keating’s press release, the British company will be unveiling its two new supercars on April 23, 2008 (St. George’s Day in the U.K), at an English manor house on the North West coast. The top of the range TKR model promises to boast more power than an F1 race car but with tractability for the road, while the 400 HP of the SKR will be specifically tuned for long legged GT touring. And that’s about all the information we have on both cars for the time being.
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