Italy's Faralli & Mazzanti (F&M) is probably most widely recognized for its Antas V8 but the company has a new hero car, this time with a V-12 heart.

Unlike the previous Antas V8, which was based around a donor Maserati chassis, the new Vulca S V12 was designed from the ground up and recently entered production. Unfortunately, only ten cars are scheduled to see the light of day.

The car, unveiled last December, was launched for sale today. The retro-styled 2+2 grand tourer features an aluminum body and is powered by either a 6.0-liter V-12 with 445 horsepower in base trim or a 7.1-liter V-12 with 520 hp in a mid-spec model.

The range-topper gets a 7.5-liter V-12 with a supercar-rivaling 630 hp. That's enough to propel the graceful coupe from 0-62 mph in just 3.9 seconds and see it reach a top speed of 208 mph.

Pricing will start at about 280,000 euroes. Among the options are 21-inch forged alloy wheels wrapped with 285-size rubber, plus leather or Alcantara trim and even some real carbon fiber items.