Mastretta, a small Mexican car manufacturer, has announced that they will reveal the production version of their MXT sports car at the Paris Motor Show.
The pre-production car was revealed back in 2007, with power coming from a 2.0L inline-four Ford Duratec which would be turbocharged and tuned by Cosworth to produce 240 hp. Not an awful lot, but with the weight set to be under a tonne, a 0-60 mph time of under five seconds was expected.
Mastretta planned a production run of 150 units per year, with over 70 percent of that going to Europe and the US. The car was set to go into production last year. However, for unknown reasons, those plans were delayed.
We’ll have more info for you when the Paris Motor Show begins.
Mastretta present in the 2010 Mondial de l’Automobile
Ocoyoacac, Estado de México, Wednesday, September 1, 2010.
We start our official communications with your media sharing some news related to the brand and the upcoming unveiling of the MXT in its production version.
On the occasion of the 2010 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, France, next October, the production version of the Mastretta MXT will make its world debut in preparation for its introduction in the mexican and international markets.
If you have the opportunity to attend this important event, we will be happy to welcome you to our stand to give you all the information about the project and specific material for the media.
Mastretta Cars will be located in Hall 5.1 Stand 136 on 30 September and 1 October for the press, and from October 2nd to 17th for the general public.