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Specs and Performance of The New Stratos

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Even though it’s just a one-off commissioned by a wealthy collector and is tailor-built for him,  everybody loves the New Stratos. That’s becasue it revives the good memories of a fantastic car, and also looks just amazing. We’ve already featured lots of pictures of videos of the car, but here’s something new. They have confirmed the technical specs and performance figures for the Stratos. So if you were planning to order one, read this and take notes.

Wish they could announce the final cost of it too, that could put off many people though!

As you might know, the new Startos is based on the Ferrari F430 Scuderia. But its V8 engine has been tweaked and delivers 540 Hp and 500 Nm of torque. That besides the dry weight of 1247 kg means it has a power-to-weight ration of 2.3 kg/hp with an acceleration time from 0-100 km/h of 3.3 seconds and from 0-200 km/h of 9.7 seconds. The car has bespoke rear axle ratio to achieve the best acceleration, but that reduces the top speed to 274 km/h.

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Technical Specifications


Length 4181 mm
Width 1971 mm
Height 1240 mm
Front track 1668 mm
Rear track 1701 mm
Wheelbase 2400 mm
Front overhang 968 mm
Rear overhang 813 mm


Dry Weight 1247 kg
Weight distribution 44% front, 56% rear


Aluminium profile Scuderia chassis, 20 cm shortened
Welded roll cage FIA FE45 steel, 40 x 2.5 mm


Full carbon fiber body and interior Visible carbon (Re Fraschini)


Cw (at 140km/h) 0.357
A 2.07
Cw x A 0.738


Cylinders 8
Engine capacity 4308 cm³
Engine control unit Bosch, update
Exhaust High-performance system with free-flow manifold and sports catalytic converter (Capristo)
Maximum power 375.4 Kw (540hp) at 8200 rpm
Torque > 500 Nm at 3750 rpm
Power-to-weight ratio 2.3kg/hp


6 speed sequential gearbox with mechanical variable differential (Drexler) Fast gear changes at less than 60 milliseconds
Gear Ratio 4.3 / 5.0


Electronic suspension system CDC® (ZF Sachs)
Spring front Eibach, 120 N/mm
Spring rear Eibach, 180 N/mm
Dampers Hydraulic aluminium twintube shocks with electronic-controlled proportioning valves
Front/Rear axle Hub SKF with central fixing

Wheels & Tyres

Center-lock rims size front 9J x 19’’ EH2 (Fondmetal)
Center-lock rims size rear 11J x 19’’ EH2 (Fondmetal)
Offset front rim ET 38
Offset rear rim ET 5
Tyres front 265 / 30 19’’ (Dunlop Sport Maxx)
Tyres rear 315 / 30 19’’ (Dunlop Sport Maxx)


Carbon disk front 398 mm x 36 mm (Brembo)
Carbon disk rear 350 mm x 34 mm (Brembo)
Brake caliper front 6 pot
Brake caliper rear 4 pot
Pads XAS 4499 (Brembo)
Brake lines Steel flex lines


Head lights Bi-Xenon (Hella)
Rear lights LED-Ferrari 599
Front wiper system 1 blade
Exterior mirrors Electric switch and side indicator
Window regulator Lightweight regulator with anti-trap technology (Brose)
Windshield and side windows 3.76 mm and 4 mm thin window glass


6-Point Harnesses, 3” Width (Willans)

Steering system

Electro-hydraulic power steering pump
New carbon steering wheel with multicoloured LEDs

Fuel System

2 outboard aluminium fuel tanks, capacity 90 litres


84 Ah Lithium Ion Battery in carbon housing, weight 4.2 kg

Electronics modifications

Engine control unit
Window regulator (anti-trap)
Electronic suspension system CDC® (ZF Sachs)
Door locks and bonnets

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