Hurtan tests a retro sports car

Hurtan tests a retro sports car

January 13, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

An unusual sports car from the Spanish company Hurtan was spotted on tests. The novelty, which received a powerful engine from the Japanese Mazda, received a retro design.

The photos, which came to our offices a couple of minutes ago, show a new Spanish sports car, which is currently under development. Apparently, the prototype has already received a fully serial body and optics. The automaker’s new model is a retro-styled two-door sports coupe.

The winter camouflage seems to hide the small details of the novelty well, but we can already see the bloated shape of the car.

The front fascia houses two large headlights high up on the bonnet, and below them is a small radiator grille, giving the car a very cheerful look. Muscular wheel arches hide large, polished aluminum rims and give the coupe an overall look that reminds us of Weismann. The design looks more refined at the rear, where there are a pair of round taillights and a chromed four-sided exhaust system.

As far as we know, this new sports car will be based on the Mazda platform and will most likely use engines from the Japanese automaker. Rumor has it that the novelty will be available with two units, both paired with a six-speed manual transmission as standard. The smaller one will have a 1.5-liter with 132 horsepower, while the larger 2.0-liter will have 184 horsepower. An optional automatic transmission will be available for the latter. If all goes to plan, the Hurtan sports car should be unveiled in the first quarter of this year.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Ford Mustang tried on a retro look and received 710 forces especially for the SEMA show. Renowned NASCAR pilot Ryan Blaney, in collaboration with car photographer Larry Chen, has created a unique version of the sports coupe. The car received a livery in the style of the Ford GT40, which took part in the “24 Hours of Daytona” 1966.