1970 Lancia Stratos Zero: A Crazy Concept from The Wedge Era

Pininfarina and Bertone were two of Italy’s best recognized and most successful postwar coachbuilders. Both Milanese carrozzerie competed for commissions and they debuted outrageous concept cars to impress the public and to entice automakers into choosing one of them over the other. In 1970, at the Turin Auto Show, Bertone unveiled the Lancia Stratos HF, which soon became popularly known by its internal nickname: Zero. Continue reading »

This Apartment Has A Full-Size Supercar Pagani Zonda As A Room Divider

Contractors Finish My Condo, partnered with Artefacto Home Staging, to install a $1.5 million black Pagani Zonda R in an oceanfront condo in Miami, Florida, as requested by their client, Argentine race car driver Pablo Pérez Companc. Used as both art and function, the Pagani Zonda R is the eye-catching centerpiece of the private residence, and serves as a partition between the living room and master suite. Continue reading »

The Japanese Supercar That Almost Was – The Dome Zero

What do you get when you mix Japan’s burgeoning fortunes as an automaker in the 1970s along with a passel of frustrated racers? Continue reading »