The Lancia Stratos HF (High Fidelity) was a hugely successful
rally car in the mid-to-late 1970s. Conceived through the concept car,
the Stratos Zero, designed by Bertone, the Lancia Stratos prototype was
revealed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show, a year after Bertone himself had
driven their concept car underneath the barrier at Lancia.
the Dino V6 engine, made by Ferrari, Lancia carried out some extensive
testing with the Stratos, racing the car in several events in 1972 and
73. With the engine phased out in 1974, production of the car ended in
1975 when approximately 492 had been made. The Lancia Stratos won the
World Rally Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976. While we�ll never know
for sure, the Stratos may have gone on to win even more had problems
within the Fiat group not shifted the focus away from the Stratos.
Lacking support from Fiat, the Lancia Stratos still had success, with
its last victory coming in 1981.
Technical Specification & Detail
Digital Plug Ready
Easy Change Pick-Ups
Working Rear Lights
Xenon Effect Headlights