Ronn Motor Company has been blending and mixing up the world of exotic performance cars with Eco-friendly fuel solutions with its first car, the Scorpion. When i first heard about this car, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Until i saw the pics first hand. The machine takes exotic and super car to a whole new level. These artist are a publicly traded automotive design company. They only design Eco-friendly, handcrafted automobiles.
There main project lately has been the sleek, yet beautiful design called the Scorpion. This gem will be a mid-engine, hydrogen fuel-injected hybrid. Yes guys a hybrid. We all know most hybrids out there are extremely ugly, but not this one. The Scorpion is based on having the Acura technology with there new aluminum and magnesium V-Tech, Type S V-6 motor. Just alone, this engine pumps out a hardy 300hp. But if you purchase this car with the impressive twin-turbo package, now we’re talking 450hp. You guys ready for a neck injury. With Ronn Motors adding there Hydrogen Fuel-Injection (HFI) the Scorpion will not lose any power to those wheels, but only let you drive longer with a 20-40% mileage increase. To me, that’s sounds like more fun. Plus, its going to have a CO2 emissions at nearly “ZERO”. The Scorpion is being advertised at a base of $175,000 up to $250,000 with a $50,000 deposit.
check them out at http://www.ronnmotors.com/
Lets start off by describing what kind of facility they have in the works.
The campus will feature a 10,000 square foot showroom and executive offices designed to enhance the buying experience and showcase the amazing Scorpion.
The assembly plant will occupy 40,000 square feet of unobstructed space and be outfitted with state of the art equipment. There will be ample space for fabrication, mechanical assembly, body assembly, parts, testing, receiving and every other function necessary for operations.
The location of the new facility has not been disclosed to the public at this time. Geographically, the campus will be located in the Texas Hill Country, not far from the intersection of Hwy 71 and Hwy 281.