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Mazzanti Automobili recently unveiled, at the prestigious Top Marques show in Monaco, its new Evantra V8 model. They presented the final (standard) version of super sport Italian car manufacturer Mazzanti Cars, founded by Luca Mazzanti and Zsolt Tarnok (responsible for the design). Presented as a prototype last December, Mazzanti Evantra model is characterized by a particular style, but more powerful powertrain and unique personalization option. Beginning in the latter situation, it is interesting that the car has represented Pro-Body body made of carbon fiber. However, if the buyer does not like the look of the car he is able to order any other design (One-Body) which will Mazzanti make from aluminum.The plan is to manufacture only five pieces of the model per year to ensure the much-desired exclusivity. Under body supercar is aspirated 7.0-liter aluminum V8 engine with 710 hp at 6600 r / min with the highest torque of 848 Nm at 4500 r / min. The motor has compression ratio of 11,0:1, valves and valve lifters are made of titanium, and lubrication is done by dry sump. Chassis itself is made of steel and chrome-molybdenum steel, and the interior is equipped with exotic materials and offers a myriad of ways to personalize. The steering wheel is supplied by Nardi and has a small screen that displays the selected gear in the version with paddle gear change on the steering wheel (sequential gearbox). Manufacturer claims that this model will have manual or sequential gearbox with six gears. The Evantra offers two modes of operation, with (sequential) gearbox, Strada and Corsa, whose name says enough. The car uses lightweight chassis and has only 1,315 kg, and accelerate to 60mph in just 3 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 210mph. ‘Evantra V8 was built to be going along with everyone, but is designed as a car of his own character, which encourages its exclusivity deepest passions’ said Mazzanti founder Luca Mazzanti.A new player in the world of supercars comes from Italy.