If a McLaren 720S is too much for you then you might like the supercar produced by an obscure Italian car brand which hasn’t built cars for decades now. It’s the ATS GT (yep, the second new supercar we’ve written about today named thusly), and it’s powered by a 3.8-litre mid-mounted twin-turbo V8. It effectively relaunches the ATS (Automobili Turismo e Sport) brand, which last produced a car - the very pretty 2500 GT - in the mid 1960s. The company has a peculiar history, being formed by a group of high-ranking ex-Ferrari employees in the early 60s following an infamous, large-scale staff exodus from Maranello. Details for the new car - which was revealed this week at Salon Privé - will be available in two tunes: one with 650 bhp, the other with 700. 0-60mph takes three seconds dead, while 0-120mph is done and dusted in just 9.9 seconds.