Lancia Stratos Zero Restomod Concept Design Revealed: How Much Will it Cost to Make the Futuristic Car a Reality

The car designer Matteo Gentile just released a modern concept design of the Lancia Stratos Zero from 1970. Fans who loved the vehicle can definitely look forward to the new Lancia Stratos Zero Restomod.

In the long and illustrious automotive history, not many cars can be as memorable as the Lancia Stratos Zero. Now despite being decades old, a concept design that modernized this vehicle is currently trending on the internet.

It should be emphasized that the Italian car manufacturer Lancia is in no way related to the Lancia Stratos Zero and Lancia Stratos Zero Restomod. Simply put, the vehicles are inspired from the company, but are not manufactured by them.

Lancia Stratos Zero Details and Specs

To better understand the Lancia Stratos Zero Restomod, fans should be familiar with the original Lancia Stratos Zero from 1970. According to Techeblog, this is a vehicle designed by the famous Italian

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The One-of-a-Kind 1954 Dodge Firearrow II Concept Is a Jet Age Flight of Fancy

RM Sotheby’s will bring some significant automotive treasures to Monterey for its 24th annual auction held August 13 through 14 at the Monterey Conference Center. As is the auction house’s tradition, the sale includes dozens of important European sports and competition cars, as well as a unique concept car that wowed spectators when it was unveiled in 1954.

Concept cars were all the rage in the early postwar years, but the trend was actually begun by Buick’s Y-Job from 1938. Although Word War II put a hold on all civilian automotive production, within a decade, the motoring public was chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel of cars that reflected American postwar prosperity and the promise of the Jet Age.

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The 1954 Dodge Firearrow II concept car to be auctioned by RM Sotheby’s. - Credit: Photo by Darin Schnabel, courtesy of RM Sotheby's.

The 1954 Dodge Firearrow II concept car to be auctioned by RM Sotheby’s. – Credit: Photo by Darin Schnabel, courtesy of RM Sotheby’s.


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Lexus to preview design direction for EVs with new concept

Current Lexus models have some of the biggest grilles of any vehicle in production, with the design, known as the spindle grille, having grown to become a signature trait of the brand.

But battery-electric vehicles don’t require huge openings at the front so Lexus has decided to rethink how it can redefine its brand-defining grille as it prepares to rollout EVs.

We’ll get a preview of the new look for Lexus’ future EVs via a concept set to be unveiled this spring. Lexus revealed a new teaser shot of the concept on Monday, which looks to show the vehicle’s rear. An earlier shot showed the front of the concept, which looks to feature a sealed-off spindle grille forming the front fascia. We’ve already been given a taste of the design direction with 2019’s LF-30 Electrified concept.

The new concept’s reveal will mark the arrival of a new generation of Lexus

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