14 Nisan 2011 Perşembe

Spada Codatronca Monza in the Flesh from the Top Marques Monaco Show

We’ve been hearing about Spada Codatronca’s new Monza speedster for quite some time now, and today, the track-focused sports car was finally revealed at the Top Marques Monaco show. Our friends from Autoblog.nl were on hand in Monaco to shoot some photos of the Corvette-based model that will be built in limited numbers.
The Monza is powered by a modified version of the Corvette Z06’s 7.0-liter V8 engine mounted behind the front seats. The American V8 gains a pair of superchargers for an output of 700HP and an impressive peak torque of 950Nm (700.6 lb-ft). The lightweight two-seater model tips the scales at 1,180kg (2,602 pounds). The rear-wheel drive sports car is said to complete the standard 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint in just 3 seconds and is capable of reaching a top speed of 335 km/h (208mph).
The hardcore sports car measures 4,759mm in length, 1,942 in width and just 1,130mm in height, and rides on 19-inch wheels, which at the back, are wrapped in beefy 345/35R 19 tires.
There’s no word on official pricing yet, but the limited production model is expected to sell for around €250,000 or about US$362,000 at today’s exchange rates.