A new star occurred in the sports car sky and brightly sparkles in the firmament of southern Spain. Hitherto GTA is a well-known name in the motor sport, but just about five years ago Domingo Ochoa, the company’s founder, had the idea to finally realize his dream. His dream to create the fastest and most powerful vehicle that has been built in Spain – the consequence listens to the name GTA Spano. Bearing a wolf as signature, the ultra flat and prolonged supercar is geared to rival any raging horse or bull. The wolf’s power comes from a monstrous chested 8.3-liter V10 that produces 780 horsepower or even 840 howling wolfs energized by bioethanole. That nothing impedes his agility, the Spano counts on a carbon fiber monocoque that was stiffed with Kevlar and titanium elements, and in interaction with a full carbon fiber body the car only weighs 1.350 kilograms and is able to perform an under three seconds sprint. Alongside it shines with a far upward drawn panoramic window that decently darkens itself with liquid crystals, and another highlight, the replacement of conventional mirrors with cameras that transmit their captures to a LCD monitor.