You may remember the Spada Codatronca from a few years back. The controversially-styled (see below for high-res image gallery) coachbuilt Corvette was unveiled in 2008 at the Top Marques show in Monaco, bearing radical bodywork penned by former Zagato designer Ercole Spada and his son Paolo. Now the company is coming back to the exclusive Monte Carlo exposition with a new version.
All we know from the Top Marques Monaco website is that Spada is planning an even more extreme, track-focused version of the Codatronca. Which is no mean feat, since the supercar already packs a twin-supercharged 7.0-liter LS7 V8 with 600 or 700 horsepower, depending on specification. But word has it that the track monster – called "Monza" after the famous Italian racetrack – will also feature an open interpretation of the design, backed up by the fuzzy rendering above circulating the interwebs.
We'll have to sit tight and wait to see what comes of this, but between this and the Soleil Anadi (stay tuned for more on that), this year's Top Marques show is looking good for Italian coachbuilt Corvettes.
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[Source: Top Marques Monaco]