Lancia Stratos

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Stratos 1979 2419 ccm 186 230 158.0
Stratos 1978 2419 ccm 186 225 158.0
Stratos 1977 2419 ccm 186 230 158.0
Stratos 1976 2419 ccm 186 230 -
Stratos 1975 2418 ccm 186 230 158.0
Stratos 1974 2419 ccm 187 230 -
Stratos 1971 1582 ccm 113 - -
Stratos HF 1971 1584 ccm 114 - -
Stratos 1970 1584 ccm 114 - -

Statistik

Hurtigst: 230 km/t

Kraftigst motor: 187 HK

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