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Images of the Spada Codatronca Monza boutique sports car have leaked onto the internet ahead of its debut at this year’s Top Marques Monaco show. The Codatronca, you’ll recall, is a Chevrolet Corvette Z06-engined low-volume supercar cooked up by Ercole Spada. Spada cut his teeth working for Zagato, BMW, and IDEA Institute before starting his own company, Spadaconcept.
The Codatronca is the company’s first attempt at a supercar and it uses an aluminum spaceframe and magnesium engine cradle coupled with the aforementioned Corvette engine. To make things just a tad more interesting, Spada adds twin superchargers to the already-potent 427, bringing the horsepower total to a heady 700.
As quoted by AllCarIndex, the Monza will have a scant 2,500-pound curb weight, meaning that Spada’s creation ought to hit 60 mph in three seconds flat and top out at nearly 210 mph.
Gallery: 2012 Spada Codatronca
[Source: Spada via AllCarIndex]
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