Keating Supercars

May 4, 2015 By Mike Lee
Last updated on February 2, 2016

KeatingBrief History About Keating

Keating Supercars was founded in 2006 in England by Anthony Keating north-west of Britain.

Setup to build supercars to compete with the best, the company designed and built the TKR race/track car, and road going SKR, this was then followed by the introduction of the ZKR.

Other cars have been prototyped, including a car called the Keating Bolt. This car has had a lot of press – mostly shoulder shrugging press. This is due to the fact that Keating Supercars had claimed that a modified version that they had planned to build would be capable of 340mph and 0-60 in 2 seconds. This hasn’t happened yet. However in all fairness they did take a TKR with a 1750bhp twin-turbocharged engine from Nelson Racing Engines to 260.1mph.

In late 2011 Keating joined forces with motorsport entrepreneur Jack Marsden creating Keating HyperCars Limited and is working on new projects including the development of the JXR300 that they are hoping will reach the 300mph mark.

Keating SKR
SKR 2008

TKR 2008

ZKR 2011