“In this project lies everything we have learned from the racing world and from the collaborations with our customers, and I am convinced that those who will use this vehicle will have the chance to taste the intrinsic pleasure of the journey, the desire to get into the car for a nice ride, the pleasure of driving.” Giampaolo Dallara.
Dallara is an Italian Chassis manufacturer, famous for developing and producing world class racing cars and chassis for various series including, Formula 1, Formula 2, IndyCar, LMP1. Dallara were also involved in the construction of chassis for several notable road cars including the Bugatti Veyron & Chiron, Maserati MC12, and the Alfa Romeo 8C and 4c.
In 2017 Dallara announced that they were producing their own road-going track car, the Dallara Stradale. In standard form, the Stradale is a 2 seat Barchetta, but can be converted to Berlinetta, Roadster, and Targa top forms with the installation of interchangeable parts.
The Stradale is powered by a 2.3 litre turbocharged EcoBoost Inline-four engine, reworked by Bosch in order to generate 400 bhp and a peak torque figure of 500nm at 4,000rpm. This power is sent solely to the rear wheels via either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed sequential gearbox, both with a limited slip differential.