2012 Spada Codatronca Monza

It’s been a few years since Spada released their Codatronca TS , but the now famous Italian car designer is back with an open top version of their supercar. The new model is called the Monza and will be making its grand debut at this year’s Top Marques Monaco.

The Spada Codatronca Monza will more than likely feature the same V8 engine found in its older brother, the Codatronca TS. The TS was going to be offered in three different variants; a TS "Sport Tourism" with 512 HP engine, a TSV "Fast Sport Tourism" with 513 HP, and a TSS "Sport Super Tourism" with 700 HP. The TSS "Sport Super Tourism" was even capable of a 211mph top speed, unfortunately, it never saw the light of production day. The only variant that successfully stomped across the production line was the tamer of the three - the TS - which brought in $425,000 per unit. It is rumored that the Monza version will feature a larger power output than that of the TS, with a probable 630 hp at 6500 rpm and 492 lbs-ft at 4800 rpm.

UPDATE 07/11/2011: We’ve finally unearthed the official engine spec of the Codatronca Monza, one that features a supercharged 7.0-liter V8 engine with 710 horsepower and 701 lb/ft of torque mated to a six-speed manual transmission, allowing the car to hit 0-62 mph in three seonds with a top speed of 208 mph. After unveiling the Codatronca Monza at the Top Marques Monaco, Spada has also released a new picture gallery of their latest 720 HP supercar. Enjoy!

UPDATE 11/14/2011: YouTube member, Marchettino, was lucky enough to capture the Spada Contronca as it makes it way around a track. The best part of the video is the soothing the engine sounds and the up close and personal shots of the sports car itself. Enjoy!

Source: AllCarIndex

The Spada Codatronca Monza at the Track


I hope they release a video of this in action. That will certainly be a great way to get folks interested in this car, since it will be able to show its performance level.

No, it is not that Spada is copying the designs of Lamborghini, it just so happens that they are both running in the same design direction. Look there are still some elements that make this one unique.

I don’t know if Spada is actually copying the platform of other brand, like Lamborghini. However, though the figures are impressive I guess we have found a new batmobile!

there is not much love on me for this one. OK, the car does look good in certain angles. But overall, it really doesn’t catch my fancy and looks a bit too odd.

Pretty good looking car, and with matching impressive numbers too. The only thing that I don’t like about this one is the rear, looks ugly.

More than the looks of this car, which is actually very impressive, I am looking forward more to the performance. And the figures here really doesn’t disappoint.

Oh no! I don’t think that this car can be compare to a batman mobile. As far as I know, the batmobile looks much nicer compare to this one. I don’t like the design on its back and front both are hideous.

Surprising, it actually does look good in red. I really didn’t like the look in silver, cause it somewhat looked like a prop from those sci fi movies.

Wow, I never thought that the Codatronca’s front would actually look this good. I first thought that the car looked rather hideous.

The coupe looked like the batmobile and I didn’t like it much at all. As for this one, I don’t like the back of it, but otherwise it looks kind of nice.

Well, we’ll just have to see how well this one actually performs. But from the numbers that I have seen on the coupe version, this one actually looks good.

Well, I am fine with the quirky design of this one. What I am more interested in is the thing under the hood. And from what I have read, the specs on this one are actually rather good.

OK, I was really not that impressed with the coupe version of this one. Looks rather hideous.. but I am liking the roadster version, certainly looks better without that roof.

I actually like the design of this one, in kinda breaks away from the conventional designs that we have been seeing on sports cars lately. Definitely makes it stand out.

Yeah, I agree with you that his one is one heck of a design. But it is actually able to perform very well, which for me, is more important.

Oh no! Another hideous production. I can’t believe that the team creative is actually wasting their time for this kind of concept. Though it has an upgraded engine I don’t think that its high price tag would justify.

Probably one of the weirder sports car designs that I have seen lately. I though there was a jet engine sticking out in the back with the way it was shaped.

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