Based a stone s throw from the leaning tower of Pisa, Mazzanti has just introduced an evolution of the Evantra coupe that s billed as the most powerful street-legal car ever built in Italy.
It s called Millecavalli, a portmanteau that means a thousand horses in Italian, and as its name clearly implies it boasts a thousand horsepower thanks to a twin-turbocharged 7.2-liter V8 engine.
The Millecavalli emblem is accompanied by a more aggressive look.
It features a deeper front bumper, a trio of vents cut into the hood, flared fenders, and a sizable wing out back.
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Mazzanti will publish a full set of details about the Evantra Millecavalli next month during the Turin Auto Show.
The car on display won t be a mere concept, and the carmaker has already announced plans to build no less than 25 examples of the Millecavalli in the not-too-distant future.