Italian bespoke car builder Faralli and Mazzanti (F&M) has taken its wraps off its first supercar
22 December 2011

Italian bespoke car builder Faralli and Mazzanti (F&M) has taken the wraps off its first mid-engined supercar, the Faralli and Mazzanti Evantra.

Revealed by darkened teaser images earlier this month, the Evantra (formerly dubbed Mugello) will be constructed from either composite materials or handcrafted aluminium (depending on customer preference), with the latter option available for personalisation.

See pictures of the F&M Evantra

Power will derive from a 3.5-litre flat-six engine, which will be available in two guises; a naturally aspirated model with 392bhp, or a twin-turbocharged option developing 587bhp. At its most powerful, the Evantra will hit 62mph from standing in 3.7sec.

Production of the Faralli and Mazzanti Evantra will be limited to five units per year, with first deliveries slated for mid-2012. Pricing has not yet been confirmed for the model, but the retro-styled aluminium-bodied GT F&M Vulca V12, which made its debut at the 2008 Geneva motor show starts from around £310,000.

Tom Heron

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