Mastretta to present the MXT at the Paris Motor Show
Mexico may not be the first place you associate supercar manufacturers with, but manufacturer is hoping to change all that as it officially announced that it will bring the MXT supercar at the Paris Motor Show at the end of the month.
If you’re not familiar with Mastretta and the MXT, then you’re not alone. The manufacturer has been out of the loop for quite some time now ever since it first revealed the MXT to the public back in 2007. There were reports that the car was headed to dealerships last year, but for some reason, those plans were scuttled at the last minute. A year later, the car is now poised to make its return to the spotlight later this month and for all we’ve known about the supercar in the past, we’re not sure what the MXT looks like now or how many is going to be built, or even how much one car will be worth.
Fortunately for all of us, all our questions should be answered by the Mexican auto manufacturer on September 30 at the Paris Motor Show, at which point we’re going to have a clearer idea of what kind of supercar the MXT is and how much it’s going to burn holes in our pockets for a chance to drive home in one.
Press Release after the jump
Mastretta present in the 2010 Mondial de l’Automobile
Ocoyoacac, Estado de México, Wednesday, September 1, 2010.
We start our official communications with your media sharing some news related to the brand and the upcoming unveiling of the MXT in its production version.
On the occasion of the 2010 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, France, next October, the production version of the Mastretta MXT will make its world debut in preparation for its introduction in the mexican and international markets.
If you have the opportunity to attend this important event, we will be happy to welcome you to our stand to give you all the information about the project and specific material for the media.
Mastretta Cars will be located in Hall 5.1 Stand 136 on 30 September and 1 October for the press, and from October 2nd to 17th for the general public.
Source: Mastretta Cars