The Italian supercar that promises the driving experience of your life!

Most modern sports cars are highly powered but also damn heavy. This independent supercar from the development company of Miura inventor Giampaolo Dallara focuses on the opposite approach…

Giampaolo Dallara is a living legend in Italy. The engineer worked in the 1960s for Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini, where he was instrumental in the development of the Miura and the Espada. In the early 1970s, he founded his own company, making chassis for international racing cars. Not only do Formula 1 and Indy cars trust Dallara Motorsports, but numerous supercars are also based on the high-tech chassis from Parma. Now, just in time for Giampaolo Dallara's 81st birthday, the brand has launched its first own road supercar. The Dallara Stradale has no doors, no front discs, and no roof — and while the 400hp, 2.3-liter turbo engine is rather modest in comparison to those in Ferraris and Lamborghinis, the handling of this 855-kg carbo-fibre supercar should provide an equally religious driving experience. Of the 600 planned examples, 100 are already sold, coming in at a price around 155,000 euros.

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