In order to refresh your memory a bit, as the GTA Spano was revealed in April 2009, the Spanish built supercar is powered by a 8.3-liter V10 engine borrowed from the Dodge Viper, but tweaked to output 780 hp and 920 Nm of torque.
However, the development team at GTA Motors say that the engine of the GTA Spano can also run on bio-ethanol in which case the power output goes up to 840 hp.
Combined with the seven-speed sequential gearbox (optionally GTA Spano can be equipped with an automatic transmission with paddle shift on the steering wheel), the Spano reaches 100 km/hour from a standstill in under 2.9 seconds and keeps going until the needle freezes at 350 km/hour (217.4 mph).
Weighing just 56kg, the chassis of the GTA Spano is made from Kevlar, carbon fiber and titanium. The car comes equipped with ABS, 380 mm carbon ceramic brakes with 6-piston calipers from AP Racing and a panoramic glass roof.
Finally, creating the physical and visual connection to the road are the exclusively manufactured Pirelli PZero tires, measuring 255/35 on a 19-inch wheel at the front and 335/35 on a 20-inch one at the rear. Production will be limited to only 99 units.