For the occasion, we will be taking a genuine gem of Italian motoring technology to Paris: i.e. a 1977 Lancia Stratos. This two-seater sports Berlinetta, designed at the hands of the Carrozzeria Bertone body shop and strongly advocated by Lancia's sports director at the time, Cesare Fiorio, was presented at the Turin motor show in 1971 and subsequently only 492 models were ever made.
Driven by high-calibre drivers the likes of Sandro Munari, Bjorn Waldegard, Jean Claude Andruet, Bernard Darniche and Michelle Mouton, the Lancia Stratos won three world championships and a generous four Montecarlo rallies, earning itself the fully-fledged nickname of “queen of rally cars”. The one exhibited in Paris will however not be a rally car, but instead a rare and original road-use version of this model: don't miss out on the opportunity to see this gem of Italian elegance and technology designed by Lancia up close!
Auto e Moto d'Epoca looks forward to seeing you at the Expo Paris Porte de Versailles exhibition centre, in hall 2, booth 2.2 B007: come and share all the thrills of an international show with us, where we intend to bring the very best Italian motoring technology.