The Lancia Stratos HF Zero from 1970 Was the Ultimate WedgeShaped Supercar News Car and Driver

1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero Villa d'Este 2011 RM Sotheby's


Lancia Stratos Zero (1970) The phenomenally successful Lancia Stratos has the distinction of being the only example of a car that was specifically designed for rallying. Usually manufacturers opted for extensively modified road models as their entrants.

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1970 LANCIA STRATOS HF "ZERO" 1 prototype built in 1970 Automotive dream-car styling shifted during the 1960s from swelling, sensuous curves to the harder geometries of the "wedge." Arrow-like lines spoke of speed and the future, and stylists at Bertone were at the thin edge of the wedge. The Stratos prototype was strikingly sculptural, but.

1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero Villa d'Este 2011 RM Sotheby's


1970 Lancia Stratos Zero: A Crazy Concept from The Wedge Era Pininfarina and Bertone were two of Italy's best recognized and most successful postwar coachbuilders. Both Milanese carrozzerie competed for commissions and they debuted outrageous concept cars to impress the public and to entice automakers into choosing one of them over the other.

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At 33 inches from the ground, cyclists and pedestrians towered over the 1970 Lancia Bertone Stratos HF Zero. But to build such an ever-futuristic-looking concept vehicle didn't come cheap. The Zero reportedly cost Bertone around $450,000 to make. Such an expensive Bertone concept car didn't have to sit in some garage or showroom collecting dust.

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Jens Meiners | Car and Driver Reading the description of the 1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero at the Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza, you could be forgiven to think it's little more than a.

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The Lancia Stratos HF ( Tipo 829 ), known as Lancia Stratos, is a rear mid-engined sports car designed for rallying, made by Italian car manufacturer Lancia.

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Serious wedge: this is the original Lancia Stratos concept HF Zero Having starred at the November 1970 Turin Motor Show, the outlandishly wedged Bertone Lancia Stratos Zero concept stole the limelight once more at the 2019 Retromobile in Paris.

The Lancia Stratos HF Zero from 1970 Was the Ultimate WedgeShaped Supercar News Car and Driver


The cost of building the Zero was reportedly forty million lire (about $450,000 in 1970). Nuccio Bertone drove the Stratos on public roads to Lancia's offices, dazzling all who saw the impossibly low coupe, and marveling at it himself when he drove it under the closed entrance barriers at Lancia's racing department.

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1970 LANCIA STRATOS HF "ZERO"/h1> BY LANCIA & C. FABRICA AUTOMOBILI FROM TURIN, ITALY COURTESY OF PHILLIP SAROFIM PHOTOS BY TED7 Automotive dream-car styling shifted during the 1960s from swelling, sensuous curves to the harder geometries of the "wedge."

1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero Villa d'Este 2011 RM Sotheby's


During the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este 2018 I filmed the unique 1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero Concept by Bertone. The car is amazing and I love the shape, it looks like a spaceship for the.

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Located beneath the triangular engine cover of the Stratos HF Zero is a mid-mounted Lancia V4 engine from the Fulvia HF1600 rally car. The tiny engine may only displace 1.6 liters and produce 113.

1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero Villa d'Este 2011 RM Sotheby's


The 1970 Stratos HF Zero is from the Collection of Bertone S.p.A. The wedge-shaped machine is expected to sell for anywhere from $1.4 million to $2.5 million on May 21. But it's the story.

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1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero. The XJ Wang Collection. Image © 2016 Peter Harholdt To challenge Pininfarina, whose designs tended to be alluringly curvaceous, Bertone produced a very low, sharply chiseled coupe that appeared to have been carved out of a solid block of bronze.

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1970 Lancia Stratos Zero Article Image gallery Valuation Specifications Bertone's experimentation with the futuristic 'wedge-shaped' design percolated with the one-off Lamborghini Marzal concept of 1967 and the Alfa Romeo Carabo Concept of 1968.

1970 Lancia Bertone Stratos HF Zero


The Zero was assembled by sourcing from existing Lancia parts. The efficient, no-nonsense mid-ship mechanical layout followed almost effortlessly from that height target, and the diminutive yet spritely 1.6-liter Lancia V-4 engine of the Fulvia HF was chosen for its minimal size as part of that quest for a sleek profile.

1970 Lancia Stratos Zero Concept Images, Specifications and Information


The Bertone-designed 1970 Lancia Stratos HF Zero, a fully functioning concept car in the shape of a "spacecraft", was without doubt one of the highlights dur.

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