Evanta Motors has taken the wraps off their Barchetta new model during the Goodwood Revival
Evanta Motors has taken the wraps off their Barchetta new model during the Goodwood Revival.
The manufacturer says the sports car is “inspired by the design language of 1950s motorsport” with “sleek, sweeping curves and low profile”.
Limited to a total of 148 examples, the vehicle will be hand-built in Britain using traditional coach building methods. Two different version are planned – one with a composite kevlar body and one with aluminum body. The model will be commercialized in both left- and right-hand drive variants.
The Barchetta will be powered by a V8 6.2-liter engine outputting 450 bhp (336 kW). It will be mated to either manual or automatic transmission.
Sales start this weekend at £125,000 (157,000 EUR) for the Kevlar-bodied version, while its aluminum sibling is £40,000 (50,000 EUR) more expensive.