The company is based in Santa Fe, near Granada in the Province of Granada, within the Andalusia region of southern Spain. It is an automobile manufacturer of exclusive vehicles in retro style to measure, as a coach atelier.
- Albaycín T2 — introduced 1992, 2 seat sports car.
- Albaycín T2+2 — introduced 1996, 4 seat sports car.
- Albaycín 2P — introduced 2004, sports car.
- Albaycín 4P — introduced 2006, roadster.
- Grand Albaycín — introduced 2008, sports car.
- Author — introduced 2017, luxury coupe. 
- Route44 — introduced 2017, commercial vehicle, custom configured for different business types (e.g. foodtruck, mobile office or retail store). 
Hurtan designed the retro−coupe bodies for the luxury electric Velántur Cars company, a joint venture of Retrofactory, another Hurtado family business, and Jofemar Corporation of Navarra.   It will be the first 100% electric powered luxury vehicle produced in Spain. The battery electric vehicles will be manufactured at the former Santana Motor factory in Linares, in the Province of Jaén, Andalusia. 
- Hurtan.com: Historia (company history)—(in Spanish), text + gallery of models.
- Hurtan.com: Modelos (models)—(in Spanish) . accessed 23 June 2017.
- Auto10.com: New "Hurtan Author and Route44 models review"—(in Spanish), 1 June 2017.
- MotorChase.com: "Velántur Cars wants to release its retro electric car in 2017"—(in English), 26 February 2016.
- Velántur Cars website—(in Spanish)
- DiarioJaen.es: "Velántur fabrica en Santana el primer vehículo eléctrico de lujo hecho en España"—(in Spanish), 22 February 2016.
- Official Hurtan website—(in Spanish)
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