The Dallara Stradale revealed

50 years of racing and Italian craftsmanship distilled into a road car

The production of a road car focused on the pleasure of driving has been a long-term career objective for company founder Giampaolo Dallara, a dream realized 45 years after the company’s birth in 1972. On February 14, the Dallara Stradale will finally be revealed after two years of waiting, right here in Antwerp at the Kunst aan de Stroom. 


Conceived around the notion of rediscovering the real pleasure of driving, the Dallara Stradale is a lightweight, highly customizable sports car utilizing the latest racing car technology derived from Dallara’s experience in motorsport. Add a spoiler to the back, and its downforce is strong enough to let the vehicle drive upside down. 

But to judge the Stradale merely by its measurements, its specifications or gimmicks like driving on ceilings. It's a reverence of a time when Italian craftsmanship was at its peak, and nothing could outspeed these luxury mechanics that ruled the world. And the same can be said about the Dallara Stradale: it's a car without doors, which means you have to lift yourself in the car, land on the premium leather seats and buckle yourself in before you can hear the engine roar.

Nightingale had the opportunity to shoot every angle of this Italian masterpiece and direct a film that demonstrates everything there is to love about this road car. Interested in attending the reveal tonight? Then RSVP at hello@nightingale.world with your name and info.