2012 GTA Spano, 820 hp at the 2011 Geneva motor show on Driving the Nation

Geneva, Switzerland – GTA Spano showed off the V10-powered, 820-horsepower with torque of 960 nm at the 81st edition of the International Motor Show in Geneva . The car has a carbon fiber-kevlar composite and aluminum chassis, and will be limited to a run of 99 examples worldwide.

With all that power and very little weight, the Spano makes it to 60 mph in under three seconds, and GTA says it will top out at 217 mph. The car carries massive 380 mm (nearly 15-inch) six-piston caliper AP Racing disc brakes with ABS, and the brakes sap off speed with the help of a ridiculous wide set of Pirelli PZero Rosso 330s (19- and 20-inches wide, respectively).

Spano’s press release says they will have a limited edition of 99 models of GTA Spano will be produced. This brand is characterised by it’s exclusive look and high performance, which accelerates from 0 to 100 Km/h in under 3 seconds and has a top speed of over 350 km/h, figures proving it’s potential. GTA says it will top out at 217 mph.

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