Aznom SerpaS is Ready to Strike

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More than six years ago, an Italian tuning shop by the name of Aznom (which is, of course, “Monza” backwards) commissioned the Spada firm to rebody a Corvette C6 Convertible into a roadster version of its radical Codatronca coupe, then re-power it with a twin-supercharged LS7 V8. Now Aznom is teaming with another Italian design house – CAMAL Studio, established and led by Alessandro Camorali – to create another open-air, V8-powered thrill ride, the Aznom SerpaS.

Built around a tubular spaceframe wearing a hand-shaped aluminum body with a carbon fiber front splitter, rear diffuser and engine cover, the SerpaS (il Serpas meaning “the snake” in a dialect of Italian native to Turin and surrounding areas) is devoid of doors, a roof, or even any wind protection aside from a small clear deflector separating the leather and carbon fiber trimmed two-seat cockpit (which Aznom will customize in your choice of colors, patterns and other variables). And with 358 horsepower and 204 lb.-ft of torque erupting from the tiny, presumably motorcycle-based 2.6L V8, the sub 2,000 lbs. SerpaS should have no trouble thrilling buyers (who will also get a factory tour while their SerpaS being built and a track driving course on the hallowed Monza circuit for the car’s yet-to-be-announced purchase price) once production commences.

Source: Aznom



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