This is the GTA Spano: the first ever supercar to be made by a Spanish manufacturer.
A limited run of 99 will be produced, with the Spano to receive its power from a 611kW/911Nm 8.3-litre V10. Combined with its lightness (1350kg) thanks to a chassis made from carbon fibre, titanium and Kevlar, the Spano will reach 100km/h from a standstill in 2.9 seconds. Top speed is claimed to be over 350km/h.
All of this power can be sent to the rear wheels via either a sequential manual or automatic seven-speed with paddle shift transmission.
Interior features include a carbon fibre steering wheel, 7-inch LCD screen and a rear-view camera instead of a rear-view mirror. The Spano also has two boots; a 100-litre front one and a 200-litre rear one.
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