Hurtan Grand Albaycin is 4.13 m long, 1.30 m tall, 1.68 m wide and has a wheelbase of 2.47 m. The car is a two seater with modern engines. There are two options, both produced by Renault; a 1.6-litre that generates 110 bhp and a 2-litre that produces 182 bhp. The car weight, magically, is the same with any of these engines, and it is quite light: 950 kg. While the 1.6-litre reaches a top speed of 185 km/h (180 km/h with a four-speed automatic transmission), the 2-litre goes up to 210 km/h. The only transmission option is a five-speed manual gearbox. Considering nothing is perfect, this is a front wheel drive car.
Hurtan does not mention prices on its website, but we have no reasons to believe this car is affordable. Prices are above 50,000 euros, but we have found no confirmation on the exact value. Since European customers can also choose to buy a Morgan, Hurtan may have hard times ahead, especially with that sort of traction in a classic-like vehicle.
Source: Hurtan via Eurocarblog