New Stratos GT2 preview

Special Cars 1 Dec 2010
New Stratos GT2 preview

The New Stratos project will feature a GT2 racing version, currently being developed by Italian company Danisi. The car has been previewed by a detailed scale model produced by Amalgam.


According to ItaliaSpeed, the racing version was proposed by Michael Stoschek to Turin-based Danisi Engineering, a race engineering firm with a motorsport background.

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The first images of the Stratos GT2 version are the photos of a detailed 1-8th scale model produced by model maker Amalgam.

New Stratos GT The model, characterized by the iconic “Light Blue” color, shows the main differences with the “conventional” model, including the rear wing, the new air outlets, positioned above the front fenders and at the rear, and a new “grilled” rear window, inspired by one of the trademark styling elements of the original Stratos.

Additional racing-purposed details are the clam shell fasteners, a quick release fuel filler cap and a reduced ride height.

The 1:8 scale model can be purchased online for £3,250.

(Source: Amalgam Fine Model Cars, ItaliaSpeed)

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