According to Ronn Motors, the Scorpion supercar will not only achieve 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, but also earns green credentials by getting 40 miles per gallon. This trick is achieved by having a hydrogen-hybrid engine under the hood (also known as hydrogen injection, Water4Gas or HHO.) Small doses of hydrogen are generated and fed into the fuel mixture, making for a more efficient burn. Apparently this technology is a little controversial, but that hasn't stopped Ronn from putting together a bloody good looking car around that special engine, as the second photo underlines.
@Joseph: I don't think racing heritage is really necessary to make this a supercar. Even if there's never any racing variant of the Koenigsegg CCX, it'd be hard to argue that this isn't a supercar. Supercar is rather subjective, and I'd say that while the powerplant is not up there with a McLaren F1, a Lamborghini LP640 or Ferrari Enzo or Porsche 959, but if it can keep up, I'd say it earned its title. Style and stature amounts to a lot along with the powerplant I think. I'd call it a supercar.