On April 14, the Spadaconcept Codatronca Monza will be displayed at the Top Marques Monaco. These are the latest photos that have been released by Car Body Design of this Spadaconcept, which combines numerous elements, concepts and technologies.
Powering the Spadaconcept is a 7.0l V8 engine, which can develop 700 hp and 950 Nm of torque. To be able to manage the power, the car is equipped with a six speed close ratio transmission that enables the car to accelerate from zero to 62mph in only three seconds.
The Spadaconcept Codatronca Monza has a top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph) and can be stopped via a set of Brembo breaks with 8 pistons aluminum calipers.
The supercar is meant to be a track-oriented model, which is why it is filled with an advanced range of technologies, ranging from a traction control system to lightweight aluminum tubular structure, toll bars and adjustable suspensions.
The Spadaconcept, which was assembled by SpadaVettureSport, was custom made for a private client. The car’s creators decided on a limited production run of this model after it saw how excited people got from looking at this model. Prices for the production version have yet to be announced.
The Spada Codatronca Monza is a special sports car produced by SpadaVettureSport and co-branded and co-marketed with Monza-based luxury goods company Aznom. Paolo Spada, Ercole Spada and Domiziano Boschi were its designers.
Aznom’s inspiration for its interior car design was the Monza circuit. As an exclusive carbon fibre and leather goods company, the interior design was intended to reflect the unification of luxury and car design.
The exclusive Spada Codatronca Monza’s design is derived from the 2008 Codatronca coupe, which was made over to evoke the ‘60s Spyders and have an interior with a racing ambience. Anzom effectively combined their prestigious reputation in carbon fibre and leather products with the automotive ideals of sportiness and technology.
Aznom decided that Monza best represented the city for its racing tradition, as it is the location of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. This was where the Cars 2 main stage was set and also where the standout Codatronca was made VipCar.
The Spada Codatronca Monza will be a one-of-a-kind car, but a bespoke Spyder or Barchetta variant can be ordered from SpadaConcept.
The technological features are complemented by a suspension system with full adjustability and Brembo braking system, both of which are used for FIA GT3 cars. Pirelli PZero Corsa tyres are fitted on Oz Ultra-leggera lightweight wheels.
A street use version of the Spada Codatronca Monza will feature design modification to adapt to the well-loved Spyder-like image.