New Lancia Stratos hits 62 mph in 3.3 seconds

New Lancia Stratos is commissioned by car collector and racing enthusiast Michael Stoscheck, who runs German auto parts supplier Brose. New Lancia Stratos is designed by Jason Castriota(now the design director at Saab) and built by Pininfarina.

Underneath he carbon fibre body is a shortened Ferrari F430 Scuderia chassis and a 4.3-litre V8 upgraded from 483bhp to 532bhp. Power is sent to rear axle via 6 speed sequential gearbox with mechanical variable differentia.

Dry weight is 1,247kg and it takes just 3.3 seconds to reach 62mph, 124 mph comes in 9.7 seconds and the top speed is 170 mph.

The car is already considered as a real success, and will very likely go into a limited production of 25 units.


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