The F&M Evantra, the newest Italian supercar, has just been presented in Italy, after being developed by Mazzanti Automobili.
Even if this isn’t the first time when we hear about the F&M Evantra, and the supercar has been revealed not too long ago, this article is actually about the supercar’s debut in its “home country”, Italy. As you can see from the images posted below, the F&M Evantra has a unique exterior design and its manufacturer says that composite materials and handcrafted aluminum have been used on its body work, which managed to keep the curb weight as low as 2.645 pounds.
Mazzanti Automobili didn’t release any extra details about the F&M Evantra so we will remind you that the supercar is being powered by a 3.5 liter flat-six engine which is developing a total output of 397 horsepower in its naturally aspirated form, while in the twin-turbocharged version, the vehicle comes with an impressive 595 horsepower. The total weight of the car is, as we said above, 2.655 pounds, which is translated into 1.200 kg. The manufacturer says that the F&M Evantra can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds and production will be limited to just 5 units in the first year, so don’t expect the supercar to become available at a cheap price.