The Spania GTA Spano is a limited-production sports car produced by Spanish automobile manufacturer Spania GTA, a sister company to GTA Motor Competición. Only 99 units of the GTA Spano are expected to be built.
After 15 years of racing experience in various leagues with Spania GTA Competición, team director Domingo Ochoa wanted to pursue his goal of bringing a Spanish sports car into production. On April 29th, 2009, After five years in development, the GTA Spano was first presented to a select group in Valencia.
The GTA Spano was first displayed to the public at the 2010 Top Marques Monaco exhibition. It was displayed with the same specifications as the previous year's prototype.
The Spano GTA made its first Geneva Motor Show appearance the following year, in March 2011.
At the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, Spania GTA introduced an overhauled version of the GTA Spano. Several internal and external changes were made to differentiate this from the first generation model, including completely revised styling. Like the pre-production model, the second generation's Viper V10 is twin-turbocharged, however it is now rated at 925 PS (680 kW) and 1,220 N⋅m (900 lb⋅ft) of torque. The only transmission now offered is a new 7-speed paddle-shift automated manual, produced by CIMA.
In 2022 a new Spano R model could be unveiled. It will be limited to 40 units only.