(Pontedera, Tuscany, Italy, 29th October 2021) On the occasion of the XIII Florence Biennale Art+Design, the new Evantra Pura was unveiled on October 23rd by Luca Mazzanti, founder of the car manufacturer, in the presence of the President of the Tuscany Region, Eugenio Giani. 

The chosen name is not random. The hypercar is essential, light, fast and focused on the real driving experience. In one word it is "Pure". 

The heart of the Evantra Pura is the new V8 6.2 litre dual injection supercharger which yields 761 hp at 6,600 rpm/min and a maximum torque of 970 Nm. The engine is coupled to a new 7-speed gearbox with manual control.

The car is very light, weighing only 1280 kg which, along with the power of the engine, pushes the car to more than 360 kph and from 0 to 100 kph in 2.9 seconds.

Externally the hypercar is radically updated; specifically, the areas of change include the headlights, the front, the bonnet, the mirrors, the air conveyors, the airscoop, the rear headlights, the splitter, the exhaust and the spoiler.

Particular novel is the "Mazzanti" grille: the grills of the air intakes are made in a new design that repeats the company’s compass motif symbol presenting the Mazzanti Automobili logo.

The Pura’s special “mustard” yellow livery was created by Wrap Road specially for the XIII Florence Biennale, the theme of the exhibition being "Eternal Feminine / Eternal Change. Concepts of Femininity in Contemporary Art and Design". Inspired by the Etruscan tradition to pay homage to the origins of the name “Evantra”, the Goddess of Immortality is represented on the bonnet of the car along with a bird of prey known as "Biancone" (the Eagle of the Snakes).

Given the unique nature of the livery, Evantra Pura will participate in an international design contest, "Wrap like a king", in which industry experts and technical specialists select the most beautiful and impressive wraps and appoint regional winners and “Local Wrap Kings” for each continent.

The Evantra Pura is exhibited at the XIII Florence Biennale Art+Design, at the Spadolini Pavilion, Fortezza da Basso Florence until Sunday, October 31.