After evaluation different projects, GTA Motors decides to join the reduced and and very select ranks of car builders by designing and building a super sportscar.
Designed by Sento Pallardo, the GTA concept boasts innovative aesthetics, advanced technologies, detailed aerodynamics and several high tech solutions.
All of these solutions make this concept capable of competing, both in performance and image, with other prestigious and recognized world brands.
If high performance and technological innovation were not enough, the entire production run will be limited to 99 units with GTA automobile entirely constructed by artisan hands to the exact specifications put forth by the customer.
V10 supercharged architecture
Structural monocoque using honeycomb, carbon, kevlar and titanium
Front and rear sub chassis modular joint system
Carbon and composite materials bodywork
Cristal panoramic roof
6 speed manual-sequential by CIMA
More than 340kmh top speed
Limited slip differential
Double wishbone configuration
Multiregulation geometry system
Anti-roll bar regulation
Rims: Front 19x10 Rear 20x13
Tyres: Front 265/35ZR19 Rear 335/35ZR20
Electronic shock absorber regulation
Vehicle height regulation
Carbon-ceramic brake system
Forced ventilation system
6 piston calipers front and rear
380mm diameter ventilated disks
Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
Wind tunnel developed 1/4 scale model
Floor effect lower venturi tunnels
Maxium stability with minimum Cx
Electronic spoiler regulation
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