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The thing is just plain thunderous. While the exhaust system is straight from the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where the Z06 is made, the hand-crafted aluminum exhaust tips enhance the exhaust thunder to some great effect as we race over the remote foothills northwest of Turin.

Inside the two-seat cabin, the natural effect of a full fiberglass body with diminished sound insulation and polycarbonate windows creates a booming bass resonance in the cabin throughout the rev range all the way up to 7,000 rpm. The shift gate for the six-speed manual transmission and the stubby, milled-aluminum shift lever offer very short and precise-as-surgery gearshifts, and we enjoy the result much more than the action of the standard Z06 transmission. Both 5th and 6th gears are shorter than those of the Z06's gearbox, so there will be no sleepy cruising on featureless interstates.

Swooping across hill and dale at higher altitudes where the roads are free of traffic, the SVS Codatronca TS and driver form a winning bond. The suspension is an adjustable, competition-derived setup at this point, and fore and aft antiroll bars are four-way-adjustable. The monster F1-inspired front aero splitter between the front intakes sucks this high-speed, rear-wheel-drive supercar to the pavement.

Source: InsideLine
Oh damn, this thing is so cool.
It's AWESOME... until you see the headlights. Why the long face? Neutral.
The only thing that irks me is the shape of the headlights, but the awesome over the top nature of the car far outweighs it. Cool.
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