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Lancia Stratos blocked by Ferrari

By luanpa in | July 13, 2011 | Comments Off on Lancia Stratos blocked by Ferrari

Lancia Stratos was debuted in Marseille in 2011, it introduced to journalists at the Circuit Paul Ricard in Marseille, France. This car is commissioned by car collector and racing enthusiast Michael Stoscheck, who runs German auto parts supplier Brose.

Lancia Stratos revival is designed by Jason Castriota and was considered to built by Pininfarina. It could go into 25 limited series in the world. As the most morden sports car it has modern touches, like LED lighting, it will primarily be a new take on 1970’s-era “futuristic” designs.  This can be seen in the instrument cluster, which combines analog dials with classic style digital readouts.

The Stratos revival features rigid carbon fiber body, and reportedly has a power-to-weight ratio of 2.25 kg per horsepower. Underneath the carbon fiber body is a 483 horsepower engine from a Ferrari F430 and a shortened chassis.

Ferrari does not consent to construction of the planned limited run by either Pininfarina or any other Ferrari-dependent suppliers, but the
Ferrari isn’t giving up as they now considering non-Ferrari suppliers. It remains unclear when everything could be hammered out.

Lancia StratosLancia Stratos frontLancia Stratos top side

Lancia Stratos rear



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