Jason Cammisa delivers his verdict on MAT’s Ferrari-based “new Stratos”.
Designed as a rally car, with the street-legal version made to satisfy FIA regs, this was the world’s first homologation special.
The MAT New Stratos is based on a 430 Scuderia, but its shorter wheelbase makes it a different beast.
The New Stratos has a Ferrari 430 Scuderia V8 engine and a six-speed manual.
It requires 2,197 parts, all from the GT3 RS kit, and 598 steps, all of which are available in a book.
The modern-day Stratos is going to be produced in just 25 examples, two of which will be on display at the show.
The noise of the triple WRC winner alone should be enough to wake you up for good.
The New Stratos won’t be a Lancia, though, but it could get Ferrari underpinnings.
Lancia should return to its wedge-shaped designs that mimic old spaceships.
Production will be limited to 25 units, powertrain details remain unknown.
The gorgeous 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale we wrote about last week…
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