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    The Stola Group will be bringing a concept car to Geneva 2007 that unequivocally asserts the company’s maturity as a producer of limited series of extremely exclusive niche motor cars.
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    The Italian group’s proposal for this 77th edition of the Geneva motor show is a model best defined as “100% made in Stola”, an imposing, spectacular car based on ultra-high performance mechanicals.

    With this luxury coupé, the first car in a family that will be produced in the near future, Stola has gone one step further to become the first haute–couture automotive brand. Indeed, clients will not only be able to define the interior and exterior of the car spawned by this concept, but even decide the name itself.

    This extremely exclusive model, of which only 25 examples will be built, has been made possible by the contribution of three great names in the automotive industry: Brabus, Alcar and Pirelli.

    Based on a Brabus V12 biturbo powertrain-platform, with a 6.3 litre engine producing 750 bhp and 1360 Nm of torque, the car boasts a top speed in excess of 330 Km/h (200 mph).
    The design of the Mita rims, the first chromed alloy wheels by AEZ, consists of nine slender spokes that are gently curved to create an extraordinary lustre. The car is shod with 315/25X22 Uhp Pirelli PZERO tyres.

    About Stola
    Founded in Turin in 1919 as a fabricator of style models and concept cars for the car industry, Stola has grown to become a leading name in the engineering, design, production and construction of prototypes and concept cars. Alongside these activities, the company has increasingly specialised in the production of extremely exclusive niche motor cars. The Stola Group provides all the support necessary for every step in the industrialisation of a car, from the fabrication of style models for presentation, virtual modelling and design and engineering (bodywork, mechanicals and electric and electronic systems) to the construction of pre-production prototypes. The group has four main Business Units: Engineering, Masters and Prototypes, Show Cars, Mock-ups and Niche Production. With operational centres all over the world, the Stola Group today has a workforce of over 3500 employees and recorded a turnover in 2006 of over 250 million Euros.
    Video Stola Concept - Geneve 2007

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