The Codatronca Monza was designed by Paolo, Ercole Spada and Domiziano Boschi of Spadaconcept, and built by Spadavetturesport for Aznom, a well-known company of Monza. Aznom wanted a car dedicated specifically to the world-famous race circuit.
The Spada Codatronca Monza has an aluminium tubular chassis coated in carbon fibre. The engine is a twin-supercharged 7.0-litre V8 with a brutal 530kW of power and 883Nm of torque.
The engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, although it doesn’t get much of a workout in sprint tests. The Monza’s party piece is accelerating from 0-100km/h in 3.0 seconds – in first gear. The supercar will go on to reach a top speed of 335km/h.
The Spada Codatronca weighs just 1180kg thanks in part to its stripped-out interior. It rides on Pirelli P Zero Corsa rubber wrapped around Oz Ultra-leggera wheels. Sitting within is a set of Brembo brakes with ABS and a fully adjustable suspension system.
The cabin features a high-definition video camera, while the steering wheel with integrated GPS captures telemetry and other vehicle data for overlay.
The Spada Codatronca Monza is a one-off – at this stage. Spadaconcept and Aznom plan to collaborate on special order versions of the open-top Codatronca Monza and a street-legal convertible model called the Barchetta Codatronca.
There is no word on pricing or availability at this stage.
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