Italian exotic car builder Spada have released full details of their Codatronca Monza convertible supercar. The Monza was first revealed at the exclusive Monaco Top Marques show earlier in the year however we weren’t told what it might be capable of.
The Spada Codatronca Monza is in fact powered by a 7 litre Chevrolet V8 with twin superchargers tuned to produce an impressive 710 bhp. This is enough to take the roadster form standing to 62 mph in less than 3 seconds and then on to a top speed of 208 mph. The open top Spada comes with a goo old fashioned six-speed manual gearbox and a stripped down cockpit worthy of its FIA GT3 spec breaking system.
The lightweight car was built by Spadavetturesport at the request of Aznom, a well known Monza company specialising in the world of luxury.The interior of the car was designed by Aznom themselves reflecting the spiders of the 1960s.
Spada shot to fame a few years back when the father and son team of Ercole and Paolo Spada released the Codatronca coupé. The two designers could be described as motoring royalty with the string of cars that can be attributed to them. Ercole Spada for example penned the legendary Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato.
The price is yet to come but if you need to know then you probably can’t afford it.
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