The new car from Faralli and Mazzanti (F&M) will be limited to just five examples per year
9 December 2011

Italian bespoke car builder Faralli and Mazzanti (F&M) has revealed a teaser image of its first mid-engined supercar, the F&M Mugello.

Designed by Luca Mazzanti and chief designer Zsolt Tarnok at F&M’s headquarters in Tuscany, the Mugello will be hand-built with annual production numbers limited to just five.

See a teaser image of the F&M Mugello

F&M revealed a darkened outline image of the Mugello, but more detail of the car's styling can be seen when the picture is lightened.

No technical details have been revealed about the car, but the Mugello is expected to follow F&M’s previous cars in being open to personalisation by each customer.

This F&M Autos Antas V8, for example, was an aluminium creation that could be built around almost any powertrain desired by the buyer. F&M has specialised in bespoke individual projects for more than 20 years.

Philip Shoulder

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