British company Keating Supercars has reportedly released initial details of its upcoming Berus hypercar, which promises a 2000 horsepower flagship and a sub-3.0-second 0-100km/h sprint.

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While a little-known name in the automotive industry, Britain-based Keating Supercars is celebrating a decade in the business. The company produces lightweight, ultra-powerful cars designed to stand out from the not-so ‘regular’ supercar and hypercar crowd.

Named after the venomous Vipera Berus snake - found in Western Europe and Asia - the Keating Berus is designed to look like a slithering reptile, with the front of the car resembling a snake’s head while the lower intake and bumper design looking like fangs.

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According to the UK's Auto Express, the Berus will come in three versions: a 485kW ‘standard’ variant, a bonkers 1941kW twin-turbo flagship, and a 300kW all-electric model.

The last model that Keating revealed was the Bolt, which debuted three years ago. Keating claimed an ambitious top speed of 340mph (547km/h) for the most powerful variant, however the Bolt never made it into production.

A report with Autocar claims the Berus will be designed, engineered and produced in Bolton, UK.

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The Keating Berus is scheduled to be unveiled at the Top Marque Monaco auto show next April.

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