GTA Spano preview

Special Cars 28 Feb 2013
GTA Spano preview

At the upcoming Geneva Show Spanish carmaker Spania GTA will unveil the latest evolution of its GTA Spano supercar project.

Created by Valencia-based Spania GTA, the GTA Spano was first presented in 2009. The supercar was equipped with a rear-mounted 8.0 liter V10 engine – derived from the Viper.

GTA Spano 2013 preview

Set to debut at the upcoming Geneva Show, the new version of this limited-series model will feature a revisited bodywork in carbon fiber, kevlar and aluminum and a new drivetrain with more than 900 hp and a max torque electronically limited to 1,000 Nm.

Compared to the first version, the teaser images show a very similar exterior design, with the main differences lying in details such as the LED headlights and the side mirrors.

According to the first unofficial information, the main perormance figures are a 0-100 km/h sprint in 2.9 seconds and a top speed over 350 km/h.

The company is planning a limited series of 99 units hand built to order.

(Source: GTA Spano)

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  1. aplock

    Is the most successful shit ever made in Spain. It’s Shameless how they are trying to sell this. Spain have a great car designers. Some of them designed the 2 generation of audi TT, the A5 or the new Mini. Two examples of a good work but this shit doesn’t have any sense. I cannot understand it. Sorry


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