Spada has just officially unveiled its new Codatronca Monza roadster in full details. The car was designed by Ercole and Paolo Spada. The Codatronca Monza roadster has a radical design that looks like a cross between Lamborghini Aventador and Chevrolet Corvette.
The Codatronca Monza roadster was initially unveiled at the Top Marques Monaco, but didn’t reveal much information about the car. And today full details have been released that show this car packed quite a punch. It features a twin-supercharged 7.0-liter V8 engine from the Corvette Z06’s LS7, which produces 710-horsepower. So now we clearly see the resembling of the Codatronca Monza roadster to the Corvette, but instead, it has a cut-off roof.
The Codatronca Monza roadster weighs in about only 2,600 pounds, which features an open cockpit with Sabelt bucket seats. Much of the interior has been stripped out to the bare minimum to save weight. The Codatronca Monza roadster has a fully adjustable suspension along with OZ Ultraleggera wheels wrapped in Pirelli PZero Corsa tires. Stopping power is through the use of Brembo brakes that employed an ABS system found in the FIA GT3 Series car.
Spada claims that with an ultra-light weight setup and an astronomical horsepower, the Codatronca Monza roadster can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 3.0 seconds and with a top speed reaching 208 mph. At that speed and an open-top car, you will be wetting your pants for sure. Have fun, check out the video below.