Despite consistent efforts to balance advancements with a green and clean environment, supercars and ecology have always been at loggerheads since the origin of power vehicles. However, Ronn Motors, embarking on a new era in the auto industry, is finally out there with a supercar (introduced at the SEMA show last year) that literally supports the ecosystem and allows sustainable commuting even without compromising on the performance. Dubbed “Scorpion,” the supercar comes with a classy body design that features a low-slung front-end, swept-back headlamps, hood vents and bulbous fenders, together with huge air-intakes aft in the front doors. Boasting semi-slab seats, massive center tunnel, door panels and carbon fiber gauge cluster, which includes the auto-meter, speedometer, temp and fuel dials, the sustainable supercar also incorporates a small LED on the inside of the left A-pillar that turns blue when the hydrogen injection system kicks in. This is the key characteristic that stands the Scorpion apart from the rest kit-car maker.
Equipped with the company’s proprietary H2GO hydrogen injection system, the Scorpion comes in two versions (450 or 650 horsepower) with a twin-turbocharged, Acura-sourced 3.5-liter V6 mounted amidships located inside the bodacious badonkadonk. The ultra-efficient V6 engine ensures an improved mileage while dropping the C02 output in a considerable manner. The Scorpion weighs just 2,200 pounds and runs around 40 miles per gallon.