As promised, Spania GTA, the firm behind GTA Motors, revealed a brand-new GTA Spano at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The world’s one and only Spanish supercars comes in its refreshed version with a tweaked design that looks more modern and it features an upgraded engine as well.
The new 2015 GA Spano boasts an 8.0 liter V10 twin Turbo which can trace its roots to the previous Dodge Viper. In the Spanish car it makes 925 hp and 1220 Nm torque; enough grunt to take the car from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and onto a top speed of over 370 km/h.
One of the biggest highlight of the new GTA Spano, apart from the updated styling with new bumpers and revised lights and so on, is the use of titanium and graphene in the car’s construction, which according to the company offers the best rigidity and lightness. They believe graphene is the new carbon fiber.
GTA Spano also comes with a new bespoke interior covered in leather and more graphene, plus a healthy dose of Alcantara. Fit and finish appear to be impeccable, at least on the show unit, and it has some high-end features such a golden heat shield. Production is limited to just 99 units with pricing to be announced later.
Position: Central rear longitudinal
Number of cylinders: GTA V10 Twin Turbo Intercooler
Displacement: 7.990 cm3
Maximum power: hp/rpm: 925/6,300 Torque (nm): 1220
CHASSIS AND BODYWORK
Structural monocoque made from titanium honeycomb, carbon fibre and Kevlar
Carbon fibre bodywork
Official weight: 1,350 kg
Fuel tank capacity(litres):100
Boot (litres): 100 (front) 130 (rear)
Traction: Rear wheel driving
Gearbox: automatic sequential 7-speed with paddle shift or manual sequential
Double wishbone configuration
Wheels: 19 x9.5 front/20x 12 rear
Tyres Pirelli P Zero; 255/35 ZR19 and 335/30 ZR20
Multi-self-adjusting shock absorbers
Electrical vehicle height adjustment
AP Racing Carbon-ceramic brake system
Forced ventilation system
A 6-piston calliper ABS system
Maximum Speed of more than 350 km/h
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds