Introducing Mexico's First High-Performance Sports Car

Meet the Mastretta MXT --a $58,000 dollar car that's being advertised as Mexico's very own high-performance sports car.   

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    The MXT does 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds. 
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    The MXT's turbocharged 2.0 engine develops 250 hp.
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    The ultra-light coupé weighs just under 2000 lbs. 
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    The small Mastretta company has only 41 employees and they plan to build 25 to 30 cars this year.
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    The ultra-light coupé takes about 300 hours of labor to put together.
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    The Mexican plant that creates these cars has only 41 employees.
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    The auto industry is Mexico's largest manufacturing sector, and it employs some 560,000 people.
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    The designers say they hope to make 25 to 30 cars this year and over 250 by 2013.  
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    For now Mastretta MXTs will sell in Mexico, Europe and the Middle East.
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    Mastretta MXT's owners hope to be able to clear strict emissions laws and sell their cars to the Mexican-American community in the U.S.
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