The Dallara Stradale: the first Italian road car in the series having a 2.3-litre engine and 400 horsepower
The Italian constructor revealed the Dallara Stradale, its first road car in history, which is equipped with a 2.3-litre engine capable of generating 400 HP.
Dallara is world renowned in motorsports.
The Italian manufacturer produces chassis for use by teams competing in Formula 2, GP3, Formula E or IndyCar, and on the 81st anniversary of its founder Giampaolo Dallara, it presented its first road car in the series of its history.
Dallara Stradale: essential data:
- the standard base configuration, the Dallara Stradale strikingly resembles a race car, especially due to the lack of doors. By adding a windscreen, this model turns into a roadster, and it can easily be turned into a coupe by adding doors. Ultimately, this model can be customized into a targa;
- racing fans may install on this car a rear wing to increase the aerodynamic down-force;
- suspensions can also be adapted in order to get an increased ground clearance, best suited on race tracks;
- technically, Dallara Stradale uses a 2.3-litre 4-cylinder engine developing 400 horsepower. The propulsion unit is tuned to a 6-speed manual gearbox;
- its overall weight is just 855 kg due to the extensive use of carbon fiber;
- Dallara Stradale will be produced only in 600 units over the next five years, and the standard version comes at a starting price of 155.000 EUROS.