Photo credit: Guilherme Araujo
In the auto racing world, the Lancia Stratos HF (Tipo 829) is a legendary vehicle that won the World Rally Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976. What really made the Stratos Zero stand out is that it was designed by Bertone designer Marcello Gandini whom had already designed the Lamborghini Miura and was working on the Countach at the time. Guilherme Araujo wanted to give it a modern makeover and thus the Lancia L Concept was born. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
In case you are wondering, the Lancia Stratos Zero did make an appearance in Michael Jackson’s 1988 film Moonwalker. The stunning wedge-shaped Lancia Stratos Zero can now be seen in person at the Petersen Automotive Museum’s “Sculpture in Motion: Masterpieces of Italian Design” exhibit.
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This project is a tribute to Lancia Stratos Zero and Lancia Stratos HF, two legendary cars created by Marcello Gandini that were icons of design and RALLY race tracks. In 2020 they celebrate 50 years and 49 years respectively since the first appearance of the Lancia Stratos Zero at the Turin Motor Show in 1970,” said its designer.