Most readers won’t be very familiar with either of the two companies mentioned in this article but that may change in the very near future. Ginetta and Farbio are two niche sports car manufacturers based in the UK, which in the past week have merged. Ginetta has been in the business since 1958 and is more heavily focused on motorsports whereas Farbio exclusively builds high-end sports cars and was only established back in 2005. Ginetta got a kick start in 2005 when it was acquired by businessman Lawrence Tomlinson, who pushed the company to new levels and made it a recognized name in...
Farbio Launches Stripped-Out GTS Track Day Car
Farbio’s GTS supercar first went on sale in 2007 and was followed late last year by a new flagship model in the form of the supercharged GTS400. The British sports carmaker has now added a new model to its lineup, but this time around the car is a limited edition track car aimed at motorsport...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Farbio Adds New GTS400 To Lineup
British sports car builder Farbio has introduced a new model to its GTS family, with the latest addition picking up a new 410hp (305kW) version of the company’s 3.0L supercharged V6 engine. Called the GTS400, the new model draws its extra oomph over the existing 260hp (194kW) GTS and 350hp...Kenneth Hall
Farbio’s GTS Supercar Finally Goes On Sale
British sports carmaker Farbio has officially announced the start of production for its new GTS supercar, which already has a long list of orders from customers in the U.K., U.S., Scandinavia and Thailand. The car is available in both naturally aspirated and supercharged versions and features a...Viknesh Vijayenthiran