After releasing 10 video clip teasers, Mazzanti Automobili is finally ready to reveal its latest creation, the Evantra Millecavalli. Never heard of it? That’s fine, because the only thing you need to know about the new supercar are the performance figures.

Claimed to be “most powerful street-legal hypercar ever built in Italy,” the Evantra Millecavalli packs a 7.2 litre biturbo V8 engine under the hood. Millecavalli, in Italian, means “a thousand horses,” so no prizes for guessing how many horses the mill generates (1,000 hp). Peak torque, meanwhile, is rated at 1,200 Nm.

According to Mazzanti, the Millecavalli is capable of “destroying” the 0-96 km/h (0-60 mph) sprint in just 2.7 seconds. Although the company did not divulge the car’s top speed (or what gearbox it uses), it is rumoured to be around the 400 km/h mark.

The Millecavalli is based on the original Evantra that was released in 2013. Visually, the car is very imposing with a body kit, accompanied by slits and cuts here and there. All these revisions will no doubt have a purpose to keep the car stable at high speeds.

Mazzanti will reveal more details of its new car when it premieres in Torino next week. Only 25 examples of the Evantra Millecavalli will be built, and each one will probably cost a substantial amount. Interested?