2000 Lancia "New Stratos" Stola

The S81 was born as a style study of the Stola, a company specialized in the development of concept-cars, to be shown at the Turin Motor Show in 2000. The idea was to give life to an heir to the legendary Lancia Stratos, taking up its style in a modern way. The task was entrusted to Marcello Gandini himself, the father of the original Stratos, who had already proposed, with the Sibilo, a possible evolution of his design in 1978.

The S81 clearly recalls the Stratos in the wedge line, with the massive rear and low nose with protruding fenders. However, everything is more muscular and modern: this is the case of the headlights very different from the original ones and the cut of the windows. The design of the wheel rims is very particular.

Although the car was designed to mount a powerful V8 engine of Maserati origin, with even room for two helmets in the passenger compartment, it remained a static prototype, at least until 2014, when it was equipped with an electric motor, which fits the futuristic lines of the car.




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