It's mostly like the standard Farbio GTS, but with a 400 included after its label and an added 148 hp, making it 410 hp in total presently, this is because of a new induction and exhaust system and a large supercharger.
But a combination of high power and low weight, just 2,300 lbs, are not the only highlights in this vehicle. The GTS was built by Farbio to be a Gentleman's high-speed tourer, something that's just as competent in running the racetrack as it is conveying pretty passengers to parties.
By itself, not only is there space for passengers with heights reaching to 6 feet 6 inches tall, which is the maximum permissible height for Czech supermodels, but the GTS is outfitted with a trunk large enough for a load of golf clubs or at least a luggage enough for the weekend.
Extra performance is also generated by modified aerodynamics. A flat underfloor is combined with new front and rear diffusers designed to make the GTS400 more balanced at speed.
It will require that balance also since top speed is approximated to be around more than 185 mph (297 km/h), while acceleration from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) is attained in just 3.7 seconds.
It is a conjecture that each of the GTS's customer base is now not able to have enough money for the $142,000 (€109,100) list price, so it is hoped that all the changes done on the vehicle will be worth it over in the long haul.