Mastretta MXT: the Mexican supercar that challenged the Lotus Elise with its 250 hp of power

The first sports car ever designed and built entirely in Mexico was the Mastretta MXT. Equipped with a turbocharged inline-four engine, this sharply contoured coupé can reach a top speed of 230 km/h with 250 hp under the bonnet. 

The body, made of aluminium and carbon fibre, is light and manoeuvrable, perfect for reaching high speeds on the road. 

Acceleration from 0-100 km/h in 5.9 seconds will make you feel like a real racing driver. Find out how Daniel Mastretta realised his vision of competing with the famous Lotus Elise.

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Mastretta Cars
The Mastretta MXT is a sports car produced by Mastretta Cars, a Mexican company specialising in the production of racing cars since 1987. The MXT was first presented to the public at the London Motor Show in 2008 and was subsequently introduced to the market in Mexico in 2011 and in Europe in 2012.
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Feather weight
The Mastretta MXT was designed as a light and agile sports car with a unique and distinctive design. The body design was inspired by the racing cars of the 1960s and 1970s, with soft but aggressive lines running across the entire surface of the car.
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The Mastretta MXT is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine developed in collaboration with Cosworth, which delivers a maximum output of 250 hp and torque of 340 Nm. The gearbox is a six-speed manual and the transmission is rear-mounted. This powerful engine allows the MXT to reach a top speed of 250 km/h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds.
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The interior of the Mastretta MXT has been designed with an emphasis on comfort and functionality. The driver's seat is adjustable in height and depth, the seats are made of leather, and the instrument panel is particularly comprehensive, with all driving indicators clearly visible. The interior features high-quality materials, visible stitching and aluminium trim.
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Competing with Lotus
The body, mainly made of aluminium-based alloy and carbon fibre, has a maximum weight of 900 kg. Its configuration is two-seater. Daniel Mastretta designed it with the intention of rivaling the Lotus Elise.
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