With a new engine under the bonnet and hints at a newly designed exterior, the latest version of the GTA Spano will be unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show this March.
A press release issued by Spania GTA Feb. 18 announced the Spano’s presence at the event, which is scheduled for March 5-15. Upgrades to the engine from the 2015 Spano have created a top speed of 229 mph and a 0-62 mph acceleration time of a scant 2.9 seconds, but very few will be able to experience the power of this car. The Spanish marque will be limiting production to just 99 units.
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The acceleration and top speed are enabled by the new twin-turbo V10 creating 925 hp and 899 lb-ft, all encased within a chassis crafted from carbon fiber, titanium, Kevlar and a revolutionary new addition, graphene.
“Thanks to collaboration between Spania GTA and Graphenano, the Spanish top company in graphene production, GTA Spano has becomes the first supersporcar in the world to incorporate this technology into several of its components,” describes the release.
Be sure to stay with us for more information about the 85th Annual Geneva International Motor Show as we draw closer to March.
(Source: Spania GTA)
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