GTA Spano is made by a Spanish company Spania GTA based in a coastal city of
Valencia. It is a result of an idea by the company's director Domingo Ochoa to
build a supercar that combines all the automobile technology with perfect
sportsmanship, elegance and exclusivity.
The 2013 GTA Spano boasts the most advanced technology, innovative aesthetics, researched aerodynamics and a good number of solutions for the future, all of which are capable of competing with international prestigious brands in terms of both image and performance.
As a sign of its exclusivity, only 99 models of this extraordinary supercar will be built to order. The production started in 2010.
The GTA Spano is the fastest and most powerful automobile ever built in Spain for commercial purposes.
GTA Spano's Exterior Design
The 2013 GTA Spano is an unique automobile that resembles no other car in any way. One of GTA Spano's main distinguishing features lies in its lateral view, where doors fit perfectly into air intakes which, apart from performing an aerodynamic function, cool elements such as oil coolers, power-assisted steering and brakes, among others. As in all true sports cars, the doors have no door frames.
Access to the interior is accomplished by pressing the GTA logotype, rendering it a more elegant design without traditional handles.
The car's frontal view affords it a strong personality along with its two large lateral air intakes and its convex bonnet, completed with an aerodynamic streamlining zone to facilitate the air flow, thus providing it an athletic look.
At the rear, the design department has attempted to create the best way to channel the air flowing over the car. The resulting effect is a rear design with plenty of character, marked by the use of glass with its small openings that perform a refrigeration function for the engine. The wing fits perfectly into the design with under air channeling, while the two air intakes and the twin exhaust system emphasize the vehicle's sporting character. There is a rear barrel to channel the air and to improve the aerodynamic load.