If you have the means, then we highly recommend picking one up.
With the exception of SEAT, Spain is not often associated with modern auto production. And while we think that SEAT has tons of potential, there's also another automaker looking to make its mark. That would be GTA, who've just unveiled the production version of their supercar, the Spano, at the Geneva Motor Show. Without question, it looks absolutely incredible. Power comes from an 8.3-liter V10 with 840hp that's mated to a seven-speed transmission which sends all of that power to the rear rubber.
The automaker claims the Spano can hit 62 mph in only 2.9 seconds. Yes, we're talking about Lamborghini Aventador and Ferrari F12berlinetta fast. Constructed of such materials like titanium, carbon fiber and even kevlar, it weighs a total of just 2,970 pounds. It's overall styling is also beautiful and those sweeping curves that begin at the top of the front fender and extend all the way towards the rear really gives it a strong, yet graceful stance. Official pricing hasn't been announced just yet, but we highly suspect that it will be sold in very limited numbers.
For those fortunate enough to have the dough to grab one, they will have official bragging rights to claim that their Spano, built by a small Spanish boutique company, is faster to 62 mph than the also new Ferrari F12berlinetta (the Italian Stallion does it in 3.1 seconds).