Prodigy P6 From Scorpion Motorsports

Written by tonks on February 18, 2009

Scorpion Motorsports Prodigy P6Every year newer and more powerful cars are being created and it can be difficult to keep up with them all. But every now and than we luck out on something truly extraordinary and are given the pleasure of learning about it fast so we can spread the word to all of our loyal readers.

Scorpion Motorsports is an automotive design company that offers consumers and can enthusiasts the highest quality supercars at an affordable cost. The cars that they design, produce, and market are known to have some of the highest performance with their US Street legal packages.

A source has informed us that Scorpion Motorsports has just released their new Prodigy P6. As you can see from the picture provided the vehicle itself is built with three wheels and therefore has been registered as a motorcycle – but don’t let the looks deceive you. The vehicle has been designed to be driven exactly like a car and as such has been built with the standard steering wheel and set of three pedals.Interior Of Prodigy P6

The Prodigy P6 has been designed with a hot rod red color and with that kind of color you can only begin to imagine the kind of power that lurks beneath it. It is equipped with an engine taken from the 2002-2005 GSXR 600s. This gives it the ability to push out 125 horsepower and rev from 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds.

Scorpion Motorsports ensures that each model they produce is up to par during the testing stage. The Prodigy P6 can be yours for only $39,900. If you pay extra you can customize your own model and order a model that has a zero miles crate motor. Thanks for the tip Mark!

Posted Under: Cool Cars

Reader Comments

You’ve got the crate engine manufacturer wrong, the motor is from a Kawasaki ZX6R.

Written By Daniel on April 1st, 2010 @ 10:43 am

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