Last week Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo took the wheel of the New Stratos on video, and came away looking pleased with what the Pininfarina-lead custom team had done to the F430 underpinnings. Today, we get a preview of what the New Stratos GT2 racer may look like from a much less likely source.
That source is Amalgam, a maker of very detailed and accurate scale models of a range of current and vintage production and race cars, including the standard New Stratos, Bugatti Galibier and Veyron Super Sport, Ferrar 599XX and 458 Italia, and a host of Astons, Lamborghinis, and more.
The photos portray a car wearing "Stratos Racing" livery in sky blue and prepped for GT2 category duty, meaning a roll cage, upgraded aero, some wicked yellow wheels, and a host of other detailed modifications.
Best of all, however, is that this model is likely not just an interesting postulation, but a probable preview of what may come of the New Stratos project as it ramps up for limited 25-unit production to meet homologation rules for FIA GT racing.