Their first model, the 2010 GTA Spano, can proudbly claim performance placing it among the top handful of fastest cars in the world.
GTA is new at building production cars, but not to the world of high performance. A Spanish race team with a history of winning, GTA is in the process of realizing its dream of building a supercar among the most capable in the world. The resulting Spano certainly looks the part, be it on paper or in its muscular exterior design.
The GTA Spano’s design looks great from every angle, though it must be noted that the Spano borrows design cues from other acclaimed supercars, most notably the Saleen S7, Bugatti Veyron and modern Lamborghini designs. The rear end, with its louvered flank and windshield, call to mind Saleen S7 and Mustang designs. The C-to-A pillar section, with its rounded bubble shape, looks a little too Bugatti. And the sharply creased front end is so much like the Gallardo’s that some may mistake the GTA Spano for something from the Raging Bull.
GTA takes the Viper V10 and reengineers it for GTA Spano duty, where it can make up to 840 horsepower when running on E90 bioethanol race fuel. This is plenty of power when we are moving around a featherweight supercar weighing in at a large pizza less than 3000 lbs.
The Spano will run 0-62 in 2.9 seconds, all the way up to a governed–presumably for safety reasons–top speed of 217 mph. The Spano will debut in Europe soon with a limited production run of 99 units. A bargain in the rare-air supercar world.