Their first product was the 2012 GTA Spano.
The prototype was shown at the 2010 Top Marques Monaco event. But it took another three years to finish the production model. While the prototype was equipped with an 8.3-liter V10 engine from the Dodge Viper. But it wasn't all. Usually, the production model is not as good as the prototype. With the Spano, it was different.
The car impressed with its look. There were two large air-scoops on the front bumper. The sculpted side of the vehicle showed additional intake air vents for the mid-placed engine. And it was a big, Dodge Viper V10 engine stuck under the rear hood. The bodywork was built entirely with carbon fiber, titanium, and Kevlar.
For the interior, the GTA Spano featured bucket-seats covered in Alcantara. The main interior colors were dominated by the carbon-fiber grey and gold on the center console. The yellow rings around the dials from the instrument cluster completed the look.
Under the hood, the Geneva model featured a new engine, also taken from the Dodge Viper, but upgraded at 900 hp due to a supercharger and it was mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.