The Italian specialist for racing cars Dallara earlier this year announced that their new road sports model would be called Stradale, and now this two-seater is finally officially presented.
The founder of the company Giampaolo Dallara stresses that Stradale isn’t a regular car, as there are no classic doors, among other things. It should be mentioned here that, besides the base Roadster version without roof, the Coupe variant with a glass roof and open doors is also available as an option.
In any case, in the development of this vehicle in Dallara, they applied the experience of cooperation with KTM and their lessons from previous racing activities.
Stradale is powered by a twin Ford 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbo engine with 400 hp and 550 Nm of torque, while the weight of the vehicle is only 855 kg (thanks to the use of carbon fiber).
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h lasts only 3.25 seconds, and the highest speed is 280 km/h.
Part of the equipment is made up of ABS, EBD, TCS and VDC systems, and prices start at 155,000 euros (initially is prepared a limited Launch Edition of 10 specimens).