Evanta has revealed its new Barchetta two-seat sports car at the Goodwood Revival.
The retro-styled model, which has been "inspired by the design language of 1950s motorsport", is described as having "sleek, sweeping curves" and "Anglo-Italian parentage".
The Evanta Barchetta, which is built in Britain, is powered by a 6.2-litre V8 engine developing 450bhp. A tubular chassis supports the car's Kevlar bodywork in standard form; a more costly aluminium-bodied version is also available.
Both left and right-hand versions will be built and customers are able to specify either a manual or an automatic transmission.
The company says the combination of a powerful engine and low weight gives the Barchetta "exceptional agility". Prices for the Barchetta start at around £125,000, with the aluminium-bodied version costing approximately £165,000.
A limited production run of 99 units will be made and the company is taking orders for the car now.