Stola S86 Diamante Concept 

  • 2005
For the 75th Geneva Motor Show, Stola launched a new show model, the S86 Diamante, designed by the stylist Marcello Gandini.
The S86 Diamante's purpose is to show Stola's ability to produce rapid results; the car was designed and built in only five weeks, an amazing engineering feat by any standard.
by AutomobileMag News (Feb, 2005)

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Stola S86 Diamante Concept
Unlike his Lamborghini work, this new Stola seems lacking, possibly due to the rush in which car was conceived.
Exactly as it is shown, the S86 was completed in the five-week period leading up to the Geneva Motor Show.

Stola S86 Diamante

AutomobileMag News
In all fairness, Stola is an engineering company, not a design house, but we expect more from Gandini, and the vintage-look, 1980s-era CAD/CAM renderings used as preview images don't help matters.
But if the result of light-speed development is so ungainly, we ask, why design cars only in five weeks?

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Stola
Year 2005


Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
Front wheels 457/? 216
Rear wheels 457/? 216

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion


Fuels Gas

physical dimensions

Width 76 in
Height 48.2 in
Length 168.3 in
Front track width 60.4 in
Wheelbase 102.4 in
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