When Faralli & Mazzanti announced the first details on the Evantra back in 2012, it announced the supercar would make its world debut at the 2013 Top Marques Monaco. F&M held its promise and delivered the Evantra with great improvements, including a V-8 engine in place of the original 3.5 liter flat-six engine.
If you were wondering what "Evantra" stands for, Mazzanti explains that its name comes from the ancient Etruscan language and represents an object unique, eternal and exclusive. It also was the name of the Goddess of immortality for the Etruscan people.
When compared to the six-cylinder version, the V-8 version received a new rear wing and a series of inserts made in carbon fiber or brushed aluminum. For the interior, the company added a new roll cage made in chrome.
As initially promised, the Evantra V8 will be sold in very limited qualities.
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