Ever since the Evantra Millecavalli's unveiling in late spring, we hadn’t heard anything new about Mazzanti. Until now, that is, as the Italian carmaker has pulled the covers off yet another version of the Evantra, known as 771, in time for this weekend's Bologna Motor Show.
On the visual front, it adds some aerodynamic features on top of the standard supercar, including a tweaked front splitter, a different rear wing, adorned with a new two-tone blue and gold livery, together with a mildly improved cabin, although the carmaker has yet to release any images of it.
Unlike the Millecavalli, which stole the Ferrari LaFerrari's crown by becoming the most powerful Italian supercar, the Evantra 771 is more modest, but that doesn’t make it underpowered by any means. In fact, the exotic machine brings an additional 20 HP on top of the standard Evantra, for a total of 771 HP.
Details on the torque number, or how fast it covers the 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint remain unknown for now, but it definitely slashes something off something off the Evantra's sub 3 seconds for the 100 km/h (62 mph) run.