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    GTA Spano - 900hp Twin Turbo Viper Engine

    http://www.thrillist.com/own/nation/gta-spSpanos

    first time ever hearing about this car. Pretty wild
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    Please post some details and pics not just a link....

    GTA SPANOA 900hp Spanish flyer



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    After nearly 20 years as a leading Spanish racing team, the peeps at Spania started dreaming of something much more powerful than windmills and designed the GTA Spano, of which they'll build 99 units.

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    The inside's got a seven-inch touch screen that controls everything from your phone, to the rear wing position, to the opaque-ness of Spania's proprietary electronically-darkening glass canopy.

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    The rest of the car's exterior is built outta carbon fiber, which is laid over a titanium chassis that helps keep weight to a svelte 3000lbs…

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    ... while the rear window enables views of a 900hp twin-turbocharged version of the Dodge Viper's massive V-10 engine -- enough to get the car to 60mph in under 3sec, and to over 220mph on the top end, which means it'll breeze by those Spanish windmills about 27 times faster than Don Quixote's trusty horse.


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