Need For Speed Movie GTA Spano Is Looking For A New Owner

Fans of the Need for Speed movie or avid car collectors can now add the famous yellow GTA Spano to their garage.

The supercar, produced by Spanish automaker Spania GTA, was featured in the aforementioned film alongside other expensive vehicles, including a McLaren P1, a Bugatti Veyron and even a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento (though, fake versions were used in the stunt scenes).

This example has traveled for just 1,000km (621miles) since it was made in 2013. At its heart lies a twin-turbo 8.4-liter V10 engine from the new SRT Viper, which delivers in excess of 900hp and a limited torque figure of 1,000Nm (737lb-ft), sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed auto.

Its performance is outstanding as it needs less than three seconds to spring to 100kmh (62mph) and can reach a top speed of around 350km/h (217mph), which puts it in hypercar territory.

If it tickled your imagination and you have a 7-figure number lying around in your bank account, the car is available immediately for delivery and if you want to see it live before paying the €1.5 million ($1,637,100), Spain’s Super Garage Marbella is the place to visit.


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