To reform an old model and present it with a new look and performance is quite a tough ask. Yet, the team modeling the New Stratos has done just that. The car is modeled on a shortened version of Ferrari F430 with a reformed chassis. The car is as good as the vintage Ferrari and the first car has already been delivered to its rightful owner.
The brainchild of this idea of bringing out this reformed model belongs to Michael Stoschek and his son Maximilian Stoschek. The car has been developed by Pininfarina in a span of two years. The website, celebrating the first delivery of the car has stated that it was time for the New Stratos to head home, which though is not only the highways since the car gives ultimate pleasure on any road.
Now that the car has been delivered, you’d expect the company to publicize the minute details of the car. But the expectation have gone haywire, with the official site stating that there are four certain aspects other than the technical performance that have remained a ‘secret’.
The official launch of the car in press, at the Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France, is scheduled a week later.