F&M has recently unveiled its latest creation, the Evantra, which has been designed to be unique and exclusive.
According to the car manufacturer, the Evantra has been based on the project Mugello, and this is actually the production version of the supercar. F&M says that the Evantra’s bodywork has been made using composite materials and handcrafted aluminum, but the appearance can be personalized by its future owners. Even if this won’t exactly be cheap, and you’ll constantly have to explain to everyone what is an Evantra and who is F&M, the supercar is promising to be unique and exclusive, but even so, production will be limited to just five units.
“Following the F&M tradition the name comes from the ancient Etruscan language and it represents the concept of an object which is unique and exclusive, in fact, Evantra for the Etruscan was the goddess of immortality. F&M Evantra will be produced in a limited series, only 5 examples per year, of which the first has already been commissioned and will be presented in mid02012”, as the automaker says in its official press release.
The F&M Evantra is powered by a 3.5 liter flat-six engine which is developing a total output of 397 horsepower when naturally aspirated, while in twin-turbocharged version the output goes up to 595 horsepower. The total weight of the turbocharged version is 1.200 kg (2.645 lb) and the supercar can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds.