Grand Albaycin Bespoke is a unique sports car, aimed at customers who want a car that is both classic and modern. It is based on the Japanese brand’s Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Hurtan is a small car manufacturer in Granada, Spain, specializing in making classic cars with modern technology. About two months ago, the Spanish company unveiled a new Grand Albaycin 2021 roadster built based on the Mazda MX-5, and now the company has a new version of that particular vehicle.
Like Mazda having a hardtop version of its 2-seater sports car, Hurtan launches this unique Grand Albaycin Bespoke built on the MX-5 Miata RF. This means that the soft top is replaced by an automatic hardtop that can be finished in different colors from the rest of the car.
With the exception of the hardtop, the new model looks identical to the retro sports car that was introduced in January this year. However, there exists a big difference between the two versions of the engine.
The cabin of the Hurtan Grand Albaycin is also classic but no less luxurious with leather seats and many details. Notably, the infotainment system and many of the car’s interior details are as modern as today’s new cars.
While the standard Grand Albaycin comes in either 1.5 or 2.0 engine options, the new Bespoke will be sold exclusively with a 2.0-liter engine that produces 184 hp. Customers still get a 6-speed manual transmission as standard and an optional automatic, allowing the car to reach a top speed of 219 km / h.
If you opt for the soft top version, it can be fitted with a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated engine that produces 132 hp and only comes with a six-speed manual transmission.
For the soft-top version, the Grand Albaycin Bespoke car price starts from 59,000 Euros (about 1.6 billion) for the 1.5-liter version, while the stronger 2.0 version costs 82,300 Euros.
Outside of his home country of Spain, Hurtan envisages its classic style sports cars in both Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Russia, and the UAE.
The production of Grand Albaycin will take about four months, starting from 2021, Hurtan said. The company will inform the buyer of the production status of the vehicle at each step.