The Stratos is still remembered as one of the most successful rally cars of all time.
The 85-hp Lancia Y10 Turbo was introduced in 1986 to replace the aging Autobianchi A112 Abarth.
Hot Wheels has re-released the Lancia Stratos for 2015 with a metallic blue, orange and black paint job.
Off the road since 1992, this Beta has undoubtedly been stored in doors because it’s remarkably clean for a 35ish-year old Lancia.
Built to slot at the very top of the Lancia lineup, the Thema 8.32 was powered by a 215-horsepower Ferrari-sourced 2.9-liter V8 engine.
If built, the next Integrale will take the form of a four-wheel drive hot hatch with about 300 horsepower.
An all-original 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale with under 4,500 kilometers (about 2,800 miles) is scheduled to cross the auction block in Pebble Beach, California, on August 16th of this year. The Stratos is finished in a striking shade of red called Rosso Arancio. The current owner purchased the Stratos from a Lancia dealer named …