The 1000hp Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli made a ravishing debut at the Turin Auto Show.
Italy’s most powerful car has made its debut and it has everything a car enthusiast could dream of. The 1000 horsepower Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli had a fantastic unveil in Italy today at Turin Auto Show.
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Here at its debut, it was confirmed that production of this car will start later this year. It was also revealed that only 25 units of this car will be produced. So it will be a great competition for the people who are interested in buying this monstrosity.
Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli might not be a brand which is famous like that of Ferrari or Maserati or Lamborghini but it certainly is nothing less. The cars produced by Mazzanti are pretty special and belong to the same league of any other famous brand’s super car.
The company started off in a conventional way where they produced simple cars at first. However in the year 2013, it went for the supercar production. Since then they have specialized in producing excellent supercars.
Mazzanti Evantra Millecavalli is going to be one step ahead of Ferrari’s LaFerrari which is a 950hp car. It has a twin charged turbo 7.2 liter V-8 engine. This is Mazzanti’s own design of engine, which will be used in the car. Evantra has the ability to pump 0-60 mph in mere 2.7 seconds. The top speed of this super car is over 250mph.
The car has a sophisticated chassis and carbon ceramic breaks that makes the car handling an easy choice for anyone. Carbon fiber has been used in some of its panels which has made the curb weigh to be 2,866lb only. This car will also support aero technology which will be great for its high speed.
“Our new hypercar, Evantra Millecavalli, is an arrival point for us,” Mazzanti CEO and founder Luca Mazzanti said at the launch event (via MotorAuthority).
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“Not an absolute arrival, but the result of the meticulous work and the refining process that have been started since the delivery of the Evantra project. I strongly believe that a car manufacturer shouldn’t be completely satisfied by the results just achieved, always aiming at perfecting them all the time.”