Mazzanti Evantra Pura is a 750 horsepower Italian beast with American DNA
Mazzanti will only manufacture 5 Evantra Pure units per year
The original car was announced in 2013 and it has undergone iterations
Italian supercars are known for their elegance and driving dynamics around the world thanks to brands like Ferrari and Lamborghini. But now the little-known brand Mazzanti Automobili has its Evantra which was first presented in 2013 Top Marques Monaco. Since then, the automaker has continued to improve the car and even managed to bring out the Millecavalli variant of the car with a monstrous 1183 hp power plant. But now there is a Pura tamer variant of the car.
The new Pura variant of the Evantra is an older supercar with a smaller 6.2-liter, 750bhp V8 of American origin that couples 910 newton meters of torque but all in a package much lighter than 1290 kg. , 90 kg less than the Millecavalli variant.
This means the car can go 0-100 km / h in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 360 km / h. It even gets great stopping power with the Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes. This is a car that can be customized to your liking – it receives a small display in the center of the steering wheel which provides a lot of driving information, and then there is a carbon fiber gearshift paddle which is also available as an option. Car owners can even mold the seats for maximum comfort and ergonomics.
It’s a niche car. Maybe even more than a Ferrari or a Pagani for that matter. Mazzanti only manufactures 5 cars per year while the overall production is also very limited. This car is more about the fun of driving than the power of brute force, which is why it will attract many old school connoisseurs.
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