Mazzanti Automobili has launched a new variant of its Evantra called the Pura. This supercar automaker first debuted in 2013 and is essentially an Italian design powered by American muscle. The Mazzanti Evantra Pura looks nearly identical to the last model but weighs less than 3,000 pounds and flexes 750-hp to deliver a top speed of over 220 mph. The recipe for this comes down to its lightweight frame made from steel and molybdenum chrome. Power derives from a GM Corvette 6.2-liter V8 and is topped off with a supercharger before bolting to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Mazzanti claims the Evantra Pura will reach 60 mph in 2.9-seconds.
Keeping the Evantra Pura on the track is a set of adjustable McPherson struts and Brembo carbon-ceramic disc brakes. Michelin rubber covers the car’s OZ Racing wheels. However, performance is only half of what Mazzanti has to offer with their limited-production vehicles. Each vehicle is tailored to the specific customer. Buyers have the option of choosing from a wide array of colors, interior materials, and the driving position is designed to the driver’s measurements. In addition, the car’s paddle shifters are molded to the driver’s hands for that extra personalized detail.
The cost of this Tuscan-built personalized hypercar will likely range from $800K to over a million dollars depending on trim level and options. However, if you want custom Corvette performance, Bugatti luxury, and Italian flair, the Mazzanti Evantra Pura will surely be the only one at any car meet.
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