Coachbuilt Italian Corvettes to Debut at Top Marques Monaco
Each year, the Top Marques show in Monaco brings out some of the finest pieces of craftsmanship, from cars to watches. And this year's event is sure not to disappoint. Among the many debuts scheduled for the Monte Carlo exposition are a pair of custom supercars crafted in Italy and based on the Chevrolet Corvette.
The art of transforming the Corvette by Italian coachbuilders goes back for decades, and has recently been revived. At Top Marques Monaco this year, two new models will debut. One is the Soliel Anadi, designed by Ugur Sahin (pictured above). The car features a uniquely Italian take on the Corvette's styling, with enhanced performance upgrades to make it even faster.
Alongside the Anadi will be a new version of the Spada Codatronca. Styled by a former Zagato designer and his son, the Codatronca debuted at the Top Marques show several years ago, but a new version called the Monza -- focused for use on the race track and anticipated to feature an open roadster body-style -- is tipped to debut at this year's show as well.