Since late spring, no one heard anything new coming out of Evantra Millecavalli’s camp, but things have just went from boring to beyond exciting in just a matter of seconds. The Mazzanti Evantra 771 is the latest beauty to roll out of the Italian carmaker’s shop, and yes – those numbers are anything but a subtle hint towards the engine’s incredible capabilities.
Aesthetically, things look a bit sportier and a bit more interesting compared to the standard Mazzanti Evantra, this new ride including a tweaked front splitter, a different rear wing, and a new, stunning two-tone blue and gold livery. Word has it there has been some work inside the cabin as well, but there are still no pictures to prove it.
The Mazzanti Evantra 771 is definitely not under powered, with the engine having been tweaked to develop – you’ve guessed it – exactly 771 ponies. Yet again, the Italian company keeps us in the dark, with no word on peak torque or 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint time so… we’ll probably need to figure out those figures ourselves, if we’re ever going to be behind the wheel.
But the Evantra’s sub 3 seconds time for the 100 km/h (62 mph) run has been surely improved upon, and what’s even better is that, according to the company’s founder, Luca Mazzanti, the lucky owners of the existing Mazzanti Evantra can update their supercars to the 771 specification. How cool is that?