Abraham Kane is the main antagonist of Motorcity, as well as the evil billionaire owner of KaneCo. who desires to lay waste to Motorcity to expand his own empire, Detroit Deluxe, and complete his conquest of Detroit.
Kane is a wicked, megalomaniac industrialist who was responsible for building the new Detroit Deluxe atop the old one, now named Motorcity. Kane despises dissent, and is hell-bent on taking over all of Detroit. To do so, he plans on wiping out the Motorcity population. Despite his dictatorial attitude, he appears to care about his daughter Julie very much, as he is unaware of her double life. He also appears to have a personal grudge against Mike for betraying him.
Kane is fairly tall and quite muscular. He has short red hair that he ties into a ponytail and a neatly trimmed beard. He is probably in his late 40's or early 50's, as he looks much younger than his former partner Jacob. He usually wears a white dress shirt and white pants and shoes, probably to differentiate himself from the Deluxe population, all of whom wear the same uniform.
Founder and CEO of KaneCo, Abraham Kane transformed a dying Detroit into the utopian Detroit Deluxe. The only downside was that Kane is a megalomaniacal madman set on crushing any opposition, especially Motorcity.
- 101. "Battle for Motorcity"
- 102. "Power Trip"
- 103. "Ride the Lightning"
- 104."Texas-ify It" (few secs at the end)
- 106. "Vendetta"
- 108. "Going Dutch"
- 109. "Ride of the Fantasy Vans"
- 111. "Off the Rack"
- 112. "Fearless"
- 114. "Like Father, Like Daughter"
- 115. "Reunion"
- 118. "Threat Level: Texas"
- 119. "Vega"
- 120. "A Better Tomorrow"
- He used to work with Jacob before creating Detroit Deluxe.
- Abraham Kane hates cars, condemning them with the statement that they are "loud, obnoxious, and give people freedom".
- He refers to Motorcity as a "sewer".
- Despite his hatred of cars, Kane still knows how to drive, and drives well, posing as an enemy spy, and sabotaging his own drones to make a convincing image. This may have been foreshadowed in "Off the Rack" when he skillfully controls Julie's Safety Suit to drive Mutt around.