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1996 Fiat Stola Dedica

This beast is a prototype by il Gruppo Stola and is called Dedica (Dedication) - a design of Aldo Brovarone. Aldo is a retired designer who used to work with Pininfarina until 1988 and a good friend of Alfredo Stola, managing director.

The Dedica features a souped-up 2-liter engine from the Coupé Fiat 16V Turbo: it now has 262 bhp, which gives the 1020 kg car a top speed of 270 Km/h (167 Mph) and 0-100 Km/h in 5.8 seconds. The interior has been somewhat altered: the center console is missing, so there are no switches for the windows or ventilation. But these are not needed anymore as the windows are cut down to 20 cms and can't be lowered, and additional dials replace the two air vents.

The steering wheel, pedals, and turquoise leather seats are by Momo. Wheels are by Technomagnesio, the four air vented breaks by Brembo, and the tires are Goodyear Eagle F1's.


Images: Stola S.p.a.; Classic Driver

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