Spain will be launching its first supercar at the end of April 2009. The car is manufactured by GTA Motors and is said to be able to go from 0 - 100km/h in under 3 seconds.
Spain's first supercar will be officially launched at the end of April. Manufactured by GTA Motors, the GTA Concept's real name will be revealed at the launch. A total of only 99 units of the two-door supercar will be produced.
Powering the GTA Concept is a V10 engine producing 780hp (574kW) and 920Nm of torque. It uses a 7-speed sequential-manual gearbox with paddle shifters on the steering wheel. Full automatic drive can be activated on demand.
After three years of development GTA Motors has completed the car's track testing programme and has declared it a success. Figures released claim it will cover the 0-100km/h dash in under three seconds and achieve a top speed of 350km/h.
Pirelli P-Zero tyres measuring 255/35 on 19-inch wheels up front and 335/35 on 20-inch wheels at the rear are fitted. They are made specially for the GTA. Sitting inside the wheels are carbon ceramic ventilated disc brakes with ABS.
The suspension system uses a double wishbone configuration which can be adjusted to raise the body. The chassis is crafted out of a combination of Kevlar, carbon fiber and titanium. The roof is a glass panoramic type and it has a patented interior lighting system and liquid crystal shading.