Its mechanical heart is a twin-turbocharged 7.2 V8 that has been suitably tightened, just look at the maximum torque figure it announces: 1,200 Nm (and it could be self-limiting). Top speed is unknown, but it reaches 100 km/h in under three seconds. It differs aesthetically from the Evantra, model on which it is based, by a more aggressive aerodynamics, oversized air intakes, a specific body kit and a prominent spoiler. Like the Evantra, it features suicide or scissor doors.
The "normal" Evantra debuted at the 2013 Top Marques de Monaco and the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It is a handcrafted production supercar, only five are made each year, and features a powerful LS7 7.0 engine inherited from the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. With 700 hp of American power and 848 Nm of torque at 4,500 RPM, it gets to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and can reach 350 km/h. To avoid melting the clutches day in and day out, a six-speed gearbox digests the torrent of power.
The rest of the details are just around the corner. Will Ferrari take up the gauntlet? The LaFerrari hybrid would have to squeeze 38 more hp to beat it.