Mazzanti Automobili put up its first ever YouTube video featuring Horacio Pagani of Mazzanti, Mr. Luca Mazzanti, who is the young brand’s CEO and founder, talking about the way he started up the business and how it’s evolved.
The company's only model is the Evantra and it was revealed in 2013, a “tailor-made” supercar of which currently only one prototype exists. Here's the description of the video:
“We purchased new equipment and set the framework for the production of new Evantras; we have gained too important new collaborators, new agents in different areas of the world, important new partner and much, much more. At the end of the year, we started the production of Evantra 01 and we took to the track for the first test of the 00, with very good results."
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