The Spania GTA Spano was first showed off in Valencia in 2009 with a 780-horsepower V10 from the then-Dodge Viper. Two years later it was at the Geneva Motor Show with evolved bodywork in carbon fiber, kevlar and aluminum, a roof that could be transparent or opaque at the press of a button, a 217-mile-per-hour top speed, six-piston AP racing brakes and 330-series Pirelli PZero Rossos. A tank full of biofuel raised that horsepower number to 820, and it was said to do the standstill-to-60-mph run
The Spanish automaker GTA has returned to the Geneva Motor Show, this time with a production version of the company's Spano supercar. The coupe boasts a laundry list of exotic materials on hand, including a unibody shell constructed of titanium, kevlar and carbon fiber. All told, the package tips the scales at a scant 2,970 pounds.
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