It began with an impromptu limbo competition. Nuccio Bertone, head of the vaunted coachbuilder that bore his name, drove the one-off Stratos Zero concept car right under the barrier and into the grounds of the Lancia factory in Turin. It was 1970, and Lancia had recently been acquired by Fiat. This impossibly low wedge would turn into one of Lancia’s most memorable rally cars and most uncompromising, undeniably tantalizing road cars—the Stratos.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/03/22/new-lancia-stratos-has-big-iitalian-shoes-to-fill