New Lancia Stratos Full Specs and Performance Figures Released

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The Public Relations specialists working on the New Stratos sure like to take things slowly when releasing data about the car. This is understandable, as when you make a car that looks as good as this one, you want all the eyes to be glued to it. This time they have revealed the sportscar’s full tech specs and performance figures.

The classic shape of the body is very similar to the original. Measuring 4.1 meters in length and almost 2 meters in width, it looks aggressive and purposeful. Weight has been kept low through the use use of carbon fiber wherever possible. Of the total 1247 kg (2.749 pounds), 44 percent are distributed over the front and 56 over the rear axle. The chassis has been taken from the Ferrari F430 Scuderia and shortened by 20 cm, while the body is made entirely out of carbon fiber.

The 4.3-liter V8 engine, that was also taken from the F430, churns out 540 hp (375.4 Kw) at 8200 rpm and over 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) of torque at 3750 rpm. This gives the car a hefty power to weight ratio of 2.3 kg/hp.

The New Stratos sits on 19-inch alloys, wrapped in 265/30 front and 315/30 rear Dunlop Sport Maxx tires. Stopping power is provided by 398 mm front and 350 mm rear Brembo brakes.

If the performance figures are to be believed, the Stratos will reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.3 seconds and, even more imposingly, it will reach 200 km/h in 9.7 seconds. Top speed is reduced to 274 km/h (170 mph) due to the use of a new rear axle.

Fore the complete information on the New Stratos, please check our gallery below.
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