New Lancia Stratos tech specs and performance figures released

New Lancia Stratos

The people behind the New Stratos project today revealed the technical specs and performance figures behind the new one-off supercar by Pininfarina, which was produced for one lucky Germany millionaire by the name of Michael Stoschek.

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The New Lancia Stratos sits on a 20 cm shortened Ferrari F430 Scuderia underpinnings and measures 4181 mm in length, 1971 mm in width, 1240 mm in height with a 2400 mm wheelbase. Total dry weight of the Startos comes in at 1247 kg (2,749 pounds). Power comes from a 4.3L V8 engine, which produces 540-hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. Mated to a 6 speed sequential gearbox with mechanical variable differential, the New Lancia Stratos goes from 0-62 mph in 3.3 seconds, 0-124 mph in 9.7 seconds with a top speed of 170 mph.

Stopping power comes from 398 mm front (6 pot) and 350 mm rear (4 pot) Brembo brakes.

Check out the complete tech specs after the jump.

Lancia Stratos:


Length 4181 mm
Width 1971 mm
Height 1240 mm
Front track 1668 mm
Rear track 1701 mm
Wheelbase 2400 mm
Front overhang 968 mm
Rear overhang 813 mm


Dry Weight 1247 kg
Weight distribution 44% front, 56% rear


Aluminium profile Scuderia chassis, 20 cm shortened
Welded roll cage FIA FE45 steel, 40 x 2.5 mm


Full carbon fiber body and interior Visible carbon (Re Fraschini)


Cw (at 140km/h) 0.357
A 2.07
Cw x A 0.738


Cylinders 8
Engine capacity 4308 cm³
Engine control unit Bosch, update
Exhaust High-performance system with free-flow manifold and sports catalytic converter (Capristo)
Maximum power 375.4 Kw (540hp) at 8200 rpm
Torque > 500 Nm at 3750 rpm
Power-to-weight ratio 2.3kg/hp


6 speed sequential gearbox with mechanical variable differential (Drexler) Fast gear changes at less than 60 milliseconds
Gear Ratio 4.3 / 5.0


Electronic suspension system CDC® (ZF Sachs)
Spring front Eibach, 120 N/mm
Spring rear Eibach, 180 N/mm
Dampers Hydraulic aluminium twintube shocks with electronic-controlled proportioning valves
Front/Rear axle Hub SKF with central fixing

Wheels & Tyres

Center-lock rims size front 9J x 19’’ EH2 (Fondmetal)
Center-lock rims size rear 11J x 19’’ EH2 (Fondmetal)
Offset front rim ET 38
Offset rear rim ET 5
Tyres front 265 / 30 19’’ (Dunlop Sport Maxx)
Tyres rear 315 / 30 19’’ (Dunlop Sport Maxx)


Carbon disk front 398 mm x 36 mm (Brembo)
Carbon disk rear 350 mm x 34 mm (Brembo)
Brake caliper front 6 pot
Brake caliper rear 4 pot
Pads XAS 4499 (Brembo)
Brake lines Steel flex lines


Head lights Bi-Xenon (Hella)
Rear lights LED-Ferrari 599
Front wiper system 1 blade
Exterior mirrors Electric switch and side indicator
Window regulator Lightweight regulator with anti-trap technology (Brose)
Windshield and side windows 3.76 mm and 4 mm thin window glass


6-Point Harnesses, 3” Width (Willans)

Steering system

Electro-hydraulic power steering pump
New carbon steering wheel with multicoloured LEDs

Fuel System

2 outboard aluminium fuel tanks, capacity 90 litres


84 Ah Lithium Ion Battery in carbon housing, weight 4.2 kg

Electronics modifications

Engine control unit
Window regulator (anti-trap)
Electronic suspension system CDC® (ZF Sachs)
Door locks and bonnets

The Performance

The New Stratos, like the racing version of its predecessor, has been extensively geared – down to every last detail – towards lightweight design and performance. Not surprisingly, the specification sheet was therefore extremely ambitious in this regard as well.

The low vehicle weight, the excellent balance and the precision chassis components made possible by the rigid body, were intended not only to provide an exhilarating driving experience, but to provide measurable results in the form of objective data.

As work on the New Stratos continued virtually without pause up until the presentation in Le Castellet, and weather conditions offered no opportunity for performance test runs, these will have be carried out at the next available opportunity.

We expect a power-to-weight ratio below 2.3 kg/hp with an acceleration time from 0-100 km/h of 3.3 seconds and from 0-200 km/h of 9.7 seconds. We expect top marks for braking performance and a benchmark position in the 18- and 36-meter slalom and similar handling tests.

After introducing the new rear axle ratio (crown wheel and pinion 9/45), the top speed will be reduced to 274 km/h, in order to achieve even better acceleration values.

– By: Omar Rana