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Scagliati Motori SpA - Serenity and Dominance. (Geneva 2019 Coverage)


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With designs like those, it’s no wonder the company should be off to a great start!


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Serenity, Redefined. The 2018 Scagliati La Serenissima.

music at the reveal event:






Scagliati Motori SpA is proud to present the 2018 La Serenissima, the finest luxury grand touring automobile in the world. Born from over seven decades of building some of the finest automobiles on the planet, the La Serenissima incorporates the rich history of Venetian craftsmanship with cutting edge technology to produce a driving experience like no other.


SCALE Architecture - Lean, Mean And Green.

For the first time in our history, Scagliati has developed and deployed an all-carbon fibre architecture for one of our grand touring cars. Developed in close assocation with CMW Aerospace, the Scagliati Carbon-Fiber Automobile, Longitudinal Extensible architecture, or SCALE for short, provides unmatched stiffness and rigidity, making this the safest Scagliati ever built, earning the very highest marks in passenger protection, while at the same time saving a considerable amount of weight - as much as 220 kilograms - over its predecessors. SCALE provides a flexible and versatile architecture that will eventually underpin all Scagliatis well into the future, across all model lines. This weight savings, combined with the aerodynamic design and more efficient engine lineup, means that the La Serenissima achieves an official fuel economy rating of 11.6 L/100km in the Automation Unified Fuel Economy Standard, the most efficient V12 grand touring automobile from Scagliati to date.

The flexibility of the SCALE architecture allows Scagliati to unify their flagship two- and four-door grand touring models as one model for the very first time in our history, helping to ensure that nothing but the best possible automobiles leave our state-of-the-art factory.



Amadeo Modular Engine - Powering The Future.

New for 2018 is the Scagliati Amadeo family of engines. Named after our company’s founder, the Amadeo engine architecture can be used in six, eight and twelve cylinder models, providing the foundation for all future Scagliati cars. All Amadeo engines will share common elements; a sixty-degree vee-spacing with common bore spacings and deck heights, two turbochargers with intercooling and direct fuel injection, along with variable valve timing and lift to produce maximum power, yet returning superior driving dynamics and fuel efficiency. Compared to the outgoing Girotto V12, the Amadeo V12, as found in the La Serenissima and La Serenissima QP, produces more horsepower and torque over a much wider rev range, all while reducing fuel consumption by as much as five percent.

The Amadeo engine family has considerable headroom for both growth and tuning, with the base 5-litre V12 available in both 651-horsepower and 718-horsepower versions, the latter of which powering the sporty La Serenissima T and TF versions. Future growth has been built into the Amadeo engines, as well as the capability to be combined with electric hybridisation and other technologies to further improve efficiency and the driving experience alike.


Scagliati Pro-Active Supension - Harnessing The Fury.

Power is nothing without control, and we at Scagliati have gone to great lengths to ensure our cars are refined and sumptuous over the road, all while retaining the sporting character that has defined Scagliatis from the very first. Double wishbone front suspension and an advanced, multi-link rear suspension, combined with active ride control and electronic anti-roll bars, ensure that the La Serenissima can handle even the most demanding of pilots and road conditions with ease. Carbon ceramic brakes front and rear provide repeated safe and controllable stops from the La Serenissima’s top speed of 330 kilometres per hour, and work in conjunction with the active suspension and the seven-speed dual clutch gearbox as the cornerstones of the CAST (Corsa, Attivo, Stradale, Tempo) system, providing advanced stability, traction and launch control to all La Serenissimas. Finishing off the look and feel of the La Serenissima are the standard seven-spoke, 20-inch, optional fifteen-spoke 20-inch or optional dual-five-spoke 21-inch wheels, wearing high-performance tires as standard or ultra-high-performance tires as optional.




Interior - Serenity, Defined.

As with all Scagliati automobiles, the La Serenissima rewards lucky owners with a sumptuous and serene driving experience. The interior can be covered in a wide range of materials, from the finest of Italian leathers, chosen for their softness and uniformity of grain, to the most cutting-edge sustainable interior coverings, in any colour and combination that the owner desires. The accent materials are chosen to complement the textiles, selected from a range of wood with various treatments, several metals in multiple finishes as well as our unique machined and hand-polished carbon-fiber forgings. All of these fine materials are nothing, however, without the fastidious attention to detail afforded by our team of expert craftsmen and women, working in the finest traditions of centuries of Venetian artisans, who put a combined 150 man-hours into each interior.

Technology is front and center for the pilot in the La Serenissima, with a 2500-watt, 22-speaker Losconi audio system as standard in all models, as well as an advanced head-up display incorporating a synthetic vision system developed with the help of CMW Aerospace. Using a pair of infrared sensors integrated into each headlight housing, the Scagliati Enhanced Vision Environment, or SEVE for short, provides a stereoscopic, panoramic view ahead of the car projected in real-time on the windscreen, able to see up to ten times further than the human eye, and augmented by motion detection algorithms to highlight pedestrians or animals ahead. Wireless connectivity is standard in the La Serenissima, allowing for up to eight devices to connect to the car’s built-in hotspot, and allows for streaming or screencasting from both Android and Apple devices to either of the three screens found inside the car; one built into the centre dash, the other two built into the seat backs for rear passengers.

The technology extends to the driving experience as well, with the familiar Scagliati CAST (Corsa, Attivo, Stradale, Tempo) drive mode selector on the steering wheel switching between shift modes for the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, supension modes as well as configuring the TFT instrument panel and head-up display to provide exactly the information the pilot needs when and where they need it. The La Serenissima incorporates a valet mode, operated from the Smart Key, able to park the car or pull out of a tight space autonomously without the pilot needing to be present inside, and a traffic assist function in the adaptive cruise control can maintain lane presence and spacing at speeds of up to 30 kilometres per hour in heavy traffic.





Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S050.653 V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 77.1mm
Displacement 5000cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Output 651 horsepower @ 7800 RPM, 518 ft-lb @ 4100 RPM
Redline 8500 RPM

Model Specifications La Serenissima La Serenissima QP
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe front-engine, rear-wheel drive sedan
Seating Four -
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels -
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear -
Driveline 7-speed double clutch transmission, electronic limited-slip differential -
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear -
Curb Weight 2156 kilograms 2165 kilograms
Weight Distribution 56.8%F/43.2%R 56.7%F/43.3%R
0-100 km/h 4.2s -
100-0 Braking Distance 30.2m -
Top Speed 330 km/h* -
Fuel Economy 11.6 litres/100km -
List Price $201,790 $203,150

*Top speed is electronically limited



2018 Scagliati La Sernenissima T and TF - Power Over All.


For those demanding a more thrilling driving exprience, Scagliati has the answer in the all-new 2018 La Serenissima T and TF models. Picking up where the La Serenissima leaves off, the Serenissima T (coupe) and TF (sedan) combines a more power, a much more sporting character with a lightweight interior designed to both coddle and support the pilot while saving roughly 110 kilograms over the base La Serenissima. A more aggressive front-end treatment, quadruple exhaust outlets, satin-finished 21-inch double-five spoke wheels and carbon fiber trim all around the car in place of the traditional Scagliati brightwork signifies the no-nonsense manner of the T and TF models, and helps provide better cooling and aerodynamic stability.



Wider front wheels, along with ultra-high-performance tires, gives dramatically improved handling in conjunction with upsized carbon brakes and more aggressive suspension and CAST settings. The Amadeo V12 engine goes up from 651 to 718 horsepower, thanks to a redesigned intake and turbochargers, giving the car the ability to sprint from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 4.0 seconds, and on to an unlimited top speed of 371 kilometres per hour, making this the fastest production Scagliati ever. Most crucially, however, is that the fundamental character of the La Serenissima is unchanged in this model, with the car supremely comfortable, easy to drive and remarkably efficient for such a vehicle.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S050.657 V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 77.1mm
Displacement 5000cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Output 718 horsepower @ 8300 RPM, 533 ft-lb @ 4300 RPM
Redline 8800 RPM

Model Specifications La Serenissima T La Serenissima TF
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe front-engine, rear-wheel drive sedan
Seating Four -
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels -
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear -
Driveline 7-speed double clutch transmission, electronic limited-slip differential -
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear -
Curb Weight 2043 kilograms 2051 kilograms
Weight Distribution 57.3%F/42.7%R -
0-100 km/h 3.9s -
100-0 Braking Distance 28.2m 28.6m
Top Speed 371 km/h -
Fuel Economy 11.6 litres/100km -
List Price $238,450 $239,590

Uncompromising. The 2018 Scagliati La Serenissima V8.

We at Scagliati realise that efficiency is a key factor in the decision-making process of many of our valued customers, and we are very aware that we must take an active role in preserving our planet for future generations. At the same time, Scagliatis must all carry on the tradition of supreme luxury and exciting driving dynamics, which is why we are proud to present the 2018 La Serenissima V8 and QP V8.

We have leveraged the Amadeo Modular engine family to produce a compact, efficient, 60-degree turbocharged V8 of 3.33 litres displacement, producing 479 horsepower at 8200 RPM and 358 foot-pounds of torque at 5400 RPM. With this engine in the La Serenissima, it can sprint from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 4.5 seconds and up to its limited top speed of 330 kilometres per hour, while returning a combined 10.0 L/100km and 232 grams of CO2 per kilometre. A considerable weight savings from the smaller engine further adds to the driving experience of the La Serenissima V8, with under 54 percent of the car’s total weight over the front axle.

Inside the La Serenissima V8, you will find exactly the same interior as in its V12-powered siblings, with absolutely no compromise made in the comfort or refinement of the car. All of the quality and attention to detail expected from a Scagliati can be found in the La Serenissima V8, rest assured.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S060.653 V8
Description 60-degree V8, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 77.1mm
Displacement 3333cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.9:1
Output 479 horsepower @ 8200 RPM, 358 ft-lb @ 5400 RPM
Redline 8800 RPM

Model Specifications La Serenissima V8 La Serenissima QP V8
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe front-engine, rear-wheel drive sedan
Seating Four -
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels -
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear -
Driveline 7-speed double clutch transmission, electronic limited-slip differential -
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear -
Curb Weight 2005 kilograms 2014 kilograms
Weight Distribution 53.8%F/46.2%R -
0-100 km/h 4.5s -
100-0 Braking Distance 29.8 m -
Top Speed 330 km/h* -
Fuel Economy 10.0 litres/100km -
List Price $174,560 $175,680

*Top speed is electronically limited


2017 Tokyo Motor Show
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Scagliati History, Part 3 - 1950-1957 Serenissima and Veneto Lineup

Gaining Traction - 1950/51 245 Serenissima Turismo and Veneto S

The initial success of the Serenissima roadster and the Veneto coupe buoyed the confidence of Amadeo Scagliati, who set about improving both cars over the course of their production run. Additionally, owners of the first Serenissimas and Venetos found that they were both very good race cars in their own right, and it convinced Scagliati that it might be a worthwhile exercise to build dedicated race versions as a marketing exercise.


1950 Scagliati 245 Serenissima Turismo, in Azzuro Laguna Mettallica

1951 Scagliati 245 Veneto S, in Giallo Solare

The first major revision of the Serenissima family arrived in late 1950, with the debut of the 245 Serenissima Turismo and the 245 Veneto S shortly after in early 1951. Most of the changes were incremental improvements; the trim lines of the new cars were changed from the original model, and the front grille was slightly reproportioned. Inside the Turismo and Veneto S, Scagliati remedied the biggest complaint about the original Serenissima and Veneto, that being the interior quality being marginal at best. With a newly-hired team of leatherworkers and finish carpenters, the company finished the Turismo and Veneto S with the finest leathers and wood they could get their hands on, and the results were well-received by the press and paying customer alike.

Under the skin, the Scalzano V12 retained its displacement, but the finicky and inefficient single-barrel carburetors were replaced by a trio of double-barrel carbs. This updated engine, the 245 Triplo, allowed the compression ratio to increase to 10.2:1, boosting horsepower by ten over the original 245 Sei, all the while improving efficiency and reliability considerably. The addition of two-cylinder drum brakes front and rear dramatically improved the car’s braking performance, which in the original Serenissima and Veneto could be considered marginal at best even among its contemporaries. Even with the increase in price necessitated by all the improvements made, the Serenissima Turismo and Veneto S still managed to sell in greater numbers than the first-generation Serenissimas, as a brace of new Italian film stars in the country’s resurgent film industry found the Serenissima Tursimo especially to be an essential accessory to one’s newfound fame, helping to propel the company from a quiet little garage manufacturer into a brand desired by all.

Specifications

Engine Specs 245 Serenissima Turismo 245 Veneto S
Engine Scagliati Scalzano 245 Triplo
Desciption 60-degree V12, cast-iron block and cylinder heads; cast pistons, rods and crankshaft
Valvetrain single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder
Displacement 2940 cubic centimetres
Aspriation three two-barrel carburetors, single high-performance filter element
Compression Ratio 10.2:1
Output 194 horsepower @ 5800 RPM, 183 ft-lb @ 5100 RPM
Redline 6200 RPM

Chassis Specs 245 Serenissima Turismo 245 Veneto S
Layout front-engine, rear-wheel drive convertible front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating driver + one passenger, luxury seating
Chassis/Body Steel spaceframe chassis, hand-formed aluminium body
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear
Driveline 4-speed manual gearbox, open differential
Brakes front and rear two-cylinder drum brakes, 250mm diameter
Curb Weight 1218 kg 1122 kg
Weight Distribution 56%F/44%R 55%F/45%R
0-100 km/h 9.5s 8.3s
Top Speed 211 km/h 216 km/h
100-0 Braking Distance 59.9 m 55.5 m
List Price, New $18850 $18590
Production Run 1950-1954 1951-1954
Examples Produced 238 315

Prima Corsa - 1950 255 Serenissima S and 1951 265 Veneto Corsa

1950 also saw Scagliati dip their toe into motor racing for the first time, with the 255 Serenissima S. Taking the basic 245 Serenissima Tursimo, Scagliati engineers stripped out most of the creature comforts of the road car, making improvements to the car’s brakes, aerodynamics and suspension at the same time. Nothing was overlooked in the chase to save weight; the internal hood hinges and release mechanisms were replaced by a lighter, simpler set of external hinges and straps, while most of the chrome in the car was deleted as well. The front indicators were replaced by a set of high-intensity beams, though these were quickly found to be inadequate for sustained high-speed driving at night.


1950 Scagliati 255 Serenissima S, in Bronzo Mettallica

Under the hood, the Scalzano V12 was bored out from 72.5 millimetres to 74, taking displacement to 3063 cubic centimetres from the orignal 2940. With the improved fuel delivery cribbed from the revised road cars, along with a set of more aggressive exhaust headers helping the engine breathe better, horsepower went from 194 to 222, while the torque went from 183 foot-pounds to 202, with the engine breathing better at higher RPM than ever before.

The 255 Serenissima S was, unfortunately, not particularly successful from a sales or racing perspective; only seventeen were built, and while one Serenissima S managed to finish third in class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1950, that was arguably the most success this particular model achieved. Scagliati realised that this car was not as competitive as they had hoped, and treated the Serenissima S as a testbed for later racing efforts, taking the feedback from teams and drivers and incorporating it into their next racing effort, the 1951 Veneto Corsa.


1951 Veneto Corsa, in Nero Spazio

For the 1951 racing season, Scagliati took the hard lessons learned with the Serenissima S and incorporated them into a new race car, the 265 Veneto Corsa. Starting with the 245 Veneto S road car, Scagliati did much the same to the Corsa as it did to the Serenissima S, stripping out the extraneous weight, improving brakes, tires and suspension and tweaking the car’s aerodynamics. The improved stiffness of the Veneto body, along with the coupe’s naturally better aerodynamics, helped dramatically improve top speed, handling and acceleration. Additionally, drivers found the car to be much more comfortable over long races, in spite of their initial misgivings about safety and ease of egress in the event of an emergency.


The headlights of the Veneto Corsa were dramatically improved over the Serenissima S, having been replaced by yellow-lensed high-intensity beams. Combined with the small beams that carried over from the Serenissima S, this finally proved to be more than adequate for high-speed night racing. The finicky and troublesome hood straps were improved by a pair of quick-release buckles, making engine access easier and faster, and helping to keep the hood in place at speeds approaching 240 kilometres per hour. The addition of an automatic locking differential, a first for any Scagliati, dramatically improved traction and handling of the 265 Veneto Corsa.

In the quest for ever-increasing speed, the Scalzano engine was further enlarged, bored and stroked to 3178 cubic centimetres, good for 244 horsepower and 210 foot-pounds of torque. Improvements were made in the casting process of the rotating assembly, allowing the engine to rev higher than ever before, and tweaks were made to the fuel delivery to allow more reliable operation, and a set of hand-made exhaust headers further improved the engine.

The 265 Veneto Corsa met with far more success than the 255 Serenissima S, with thirty-eight examples being built, winning their classes at such prestigious races as the 12 Hours of Sebring and the Targa Florio, as well as numerous smaller races across Europe and North America, increasing the brand’s presence and mystique in the process.

Specifications

Engine Specs 255 Serenissima S 265 Veneto Corsa
Engine Scagliati Scalzano 255 Triplo Corsa Scagliati Scalzano 265 Corsa
Desciption 60-degree V12, cast-iron block and cylinder heads; cast pistons, rods and crankshaft
Valvetrain single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder
Displacement 3063 cubic centimetres 3178 cubic centimetres
Aspriation three two-barrel carburetors, racing intake
Compression Ratio 10.2:1 10.6:1
Output 222 horsepower @ 5900 RPM, 202 ft-lb @ 5600 RPM 244 horsepower @ 6200 RPM, 210 ft-lb @5700 RPM
Redline 6500 RPM 6800 RPM

Chassis Specs 255 Serenissima S 255 Veneto Corsa
Layout front-engine, rear-wheel drive convertible front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating driver + one passenger, basic seating
Chassis/Body Steel spaceframe chassis, hand-formed aluminium body
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear
Driveline 4-speed manual gearbox, open differential 4-speed manual gearbox, automatic locking differential
Brakes front and rear two-cylinder drum brakes, 250mm diameter
Curb Weight 1186 kg 1077 kg
Weight Distribution 56%F/44%R 55%F/45%R
0-100 km/h 9.4s 7.3s
Top Speed 220 km/h 234 km/h
100-0 Braking Distance 56.5 m 51.0 m
List Price, New $14200 $20550
Production Run 1950 1951-1954
Examples Produced 17 38

1954 285 Turismo and Veneto GTS


1954 Scagliati 285 Veneto GTS, in Titanio Mettallica

1954 Scagliati 285 Turismo, in Verde Como

Scagliati launched the ultimate version of the Serenissima family in 1954, just as the company started to reach the limitations of the car’s now seven-year old chassis. Engine cooling, long a weakness in the Serenissima and the Veneto, was improved with the addition of the so-called “branchie” or “gills”, a feature that was to become prominent on Scagliatis well into the future. Taking a cue from the race cars, a set of yellow-lensed high-intensity driving lights became standard on these final models as well, as their speed started to approach that of the race cars just three years earlier. The locking differential too found its way into the road cars, improving the handling and traction in both coupe and roadster.

In response to feedback from Serenissima and Veneto owners, Scagliati introduced an integrated reverse light into each light fixture as well, a feature that no doubt prevented many accidents that damaged a good number of the first two generations of the Serenissima family. Chromed wire wheels made their first appearance in the 285s, imparting an improved sense of road presence in the car.

Under the hood the Scalzano V12 remained, with the bore and stroke increasing to 75.5 millimetres by 63.7 millimetres, taking total displacement to 3420 cubic centimetres. Breathing through an all-new set of six Weber DCOE carburetors, the 285 Sei, as this engine was designated, produced a hefty 234 horsepower and 220 foot-pounds of torque, very nearly as much as the 265 Veneto Corsa race car three years prior. Sales were brisk, with more 285 Turismos and Veneto GTSes being built than any Scagliati to date, helping provide the funds for Scagliati to develop not only the Serenissima’s replacement, but also consider branching out into new market segments as well…

Specifications

Engine Specs 285 Turismo 285 Veneto GTS
Engine Scagliati Scalzano 285 Sei
Desciption 60-degree V12, cast-iron block and cylinder heads; cast pistons, rods and crankshaft
Valvetrain single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder
Displacement 3420 cubic centimetres
Aspriation six downdraft-style carburetors, single high-performance filter element
Compression Ratio 10.3:1
Output 234 horsepower @ 5800 RPM, 220 ft-lb @ 4900 RPM
Redline 6200 RPM

Chassis Specs 285 Turismo 285 Veneto GTS
Layout front-engine, rear-wheel drive convertible front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating driver + one passenger, luxury seating
Chassis/Body Steel spaceframe chassis, hand-formed aluminium body
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear
Driveline 4-speed manual gearbox, automatic locking differential
Brakes front and rear two-cylinder drum brakes, 250mm diameter
Curb Weight 1238 kg 1138 kg
Weight Distribution 56%F/44%R 55%F/45%R
0-100 km/h 8.0s 7.0s
Top Speed 223 km/h 229 km/h
100-0 Braking Distance 50.1 m 47.0 m
List Price, New $20150 $19760
Production Run 1954-1957 1954-1957
Examples Produced 357 402

Racing Royalty: 1954 295 Veneto CS “La Dominante”


1954 Scagliati 295 Veneto CS “La Dominante”, in Azzuro Navale

While the 265 Veneto Corsa of 1951 was a very successful car in its own right on the track, the one great victory Scagliati remained out of their reach; the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In 1954, the company decided to go all-out in their chase for the crown, by building a small run of very specially prepared Venetos with the express purpose of winning that year’s race. No expense was spared in the construction of these cars, designated as the 295 Veneto CS. Every ounce of extraneous weight was stripped from the car, to the point that even the hood straps and hinges of the previous race cars were removed in place of locking pins, saving weight and improving the car’s aerodyamics. Reprofiled headlights, in black metal housings, improved illumination and aerodynamics, while the wider fenders front and rear accommodated larger racing tires.

Under the skin, the 285 Sei engine was bored out even further, and with the shorter stroke crank from the 265 Veneto Corsa, took the engine to 3547 cubic centimetres of displacement. Improvements to production processes and machining allowed the new engine to rev to 6900 RPM and produce 284 horsepower and 240 foot-pounds of torque. Combined with the car’s 1095 kilogram curb weight, this allowed the 295 Veneto CS to accelerate faster than any Scagliati to date, sprinting to 100 kilometres per hour in an astonishing 6.9 seconds.

Scagliati showed up at Le Mans in 1954 with one mission - win the race. After a challenging start, the two Scagliatis chipped away at Mercedes and Jaguar, taking the lead of the race as the sun came up, and holding on for a first, second and fourth-place finish overall. The Veneto CS continued on to keep winning races all over Europe, earning the nickname “La Dominante”, one of the historic nicknames of the city of Venice, as it took victory after victory that year. Only two Veneto CSes survive today; one in the Scagliati Museum, and one in the hands of a private collector, which changed hands at an auction in 2016 for $22.6 million, making it the most expensive Scagliati ever.

Specifications

Engine Specs 295 Veneto CS “La Dominante”
Engine Scagliati Scalzano 295 Corsa
Desciption 60-degree V12, cast-iron block and cylinder heads; cast pistons, rods and crankshaft
Valvetrain single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder
Displacement 3547 cubic centimetres
Aspriation six downdraft-style carburetors, racing intake
Compression Ratio 10.6:1
Output 284 horsepower @ 6400 RPM, 240 ft-lb @ 6000 RPM
Redline 6200 RPM

Chassis Specs 295 Veneto CS “La Dominante”
Layout front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating driver + one passenger, basic seating
Chassis/Body Steel spaceframe chassis, hand-formed aluminium body
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear
Driveline 4-speed manual gearbox, automatic locking differential
Brakes front and rear two-cylinder drum brakes, 250mm diameter
Curb Weight 1095 kg
Weight Distribution 56%F/44%R
0-100 km/h 6.9s
Top Speed 246 km/h
100-0 Braking Distance 40.6 m
List Price, New $24600
Production Run 1954-1955
Examples Produced 7

#15

SPY SHOT: Sporty Scagliati On The Way To Los Angeles?

Our spy photographers caught a glimpse of what appears to be a new variant of the Scagliati La Serenissima this afternoon being loaded into a trailer for shipping, presumably heading to the Los Angeles Auto Show next week. Details are scarce, but the swollen rear wheel arches and aerodynamic enhancements point to a more sport-focussed version of the La Serenissima. If this is in fact true, we will have full coverage of this car next week!


#16

the La Dominante is great.


#17

In their most potent road-going forms, the Serenissima (and its hardtop sibling, the Veneto) would quite easily have been supercars even before the term had officially been coined.

As for the current La Serenissima, it can be summed up in four words: I. Want. One. Now. It doesn’t matter what trim it is; the whole range is simply mind-blowing!


#18

To Places Unconquered - Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri.

Music for the unveiling:


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri in Rosso Amarone


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri L in Espresso Mettallica

2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri LS in Viola Reale

For the 2019 model year, Scagliati is proud to present the Cinquetorri, a ground-up re-imagining of what an ultra-luxury SUV should be. Named after Cinque Torri, an unmistakable mountain that towers over the famous resort town of Cortina d’Amprezzo, nestled in the Dolomite Mountains just a short journey from the Scagliati headquarters, the Cinquetorri brings the strong presence and sharp lines of the design language that debuted on the La Serenissima and combines it with rugged design to create an SUV of peerless design and presence.


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri in Viola Reale


SCALE Architecture - Unyielding Strength

The Cinquetorri is the second vehicle to be built from Scagliati’s pioneering SCALE architecture, which brings to bear the incredible strength and lightness of carbon-fibre construction to produce a lightweight, rugged vehicle with incredible safety - the Cinquetorri exceeds all government safety ratings, all while weighing almost 200 kilograms less than the outgoing Regata SUV. Inside, the careful design of the chassis reduces noise levels dramatically over the outgoing Regata, in some cases by as much as 70 percent.


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri in Sabbia Mettallica


Amadeo V12 and TISE All-Wheel Drive - A Powerful Combination.

The Cinquetorri shares its heart with the La Serenissima, the five-litre, turbocharged and direct-injected S050.653 Amadeo V12, producing 651 horsepower at 7800 RPM and 518 ft-lb of torque at 4100 RPM. The engine is coupled to an all-new 9-speed automatic transmission, with a variety of shift modes selected either automatically though the CAST selector, or manually by the driver. Coupled to Scagliati’s all-new Trazione Integrale Super-Elettronica (Super-Electronic All-Wheel Drive) or TISE for short, the Cinquetorri’s drivetrain automatically and seamlessly sends any amount of torque to either axle through electronically-controlled front, center and rear differentials, with the ability to vector torque laterally up to 75 percent at the front and 100 percent at the rear.


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri in Bianco Fantasma

The CAST system has been extensively reworked in the Cinquetorri; in addition to the familiar Corsa, Attivo, Stradale and Tiempo modes, a variety of other modes aimed at off-road operation have been added, with modes for sand, snow, mud and grass added to the system, as well as a hill descent mode for extreme off-road operation.


2019 Cinquetorri LS in Como Mettallica


Flexible Interior Choices.

The Cinquetorri interior is a familiar place for any Scagliati customer, with the opulent seating area trimmed in the finest leathers and sustainable coverings, and a wide range of wood and alternative trim accents available. The base Cinquetorri has two rows of seats, for five in total, with heated and cooled seats for pilot, front and rear passengers, with integrated seat-back displays in the backs of the front seats. Separate climate control in the rear allows for rear passengers to enjoy comfort independent of the pilot and passenger, while variable-tint rear windows (NOTE: not available in all markets) help maintain the privacy of the Cinquetorri’s occupants. The Cinquetorri is available in a two-row, four seat configuration as well, with the rear passengers enjoying a truly decadent experience, with an optional beverage cooler between the two reclining seats. Also available is a seven-seat, three row version, the Cinquetorri LS, with seating for two more passengers in a stowable rear seating arrangement, complete with heated seats, an additional climate zone and full seatback displays for the third-row passengers.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S050.653 V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 77.1mm
Displacement 5000cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Output 651 horsepower @ 7800 RPM, 518 ft-lb @ 4100 RPM
Redline 8500 RPM

Model Specifications Cinquetorri Cinquetorri L Cinquetorri LS
Layout Front-engine, all-wheel drive SUV
Seating Five Four Seven
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels ----
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear
Driveline 9-speed automatic transmission, electronic front, centre and rear differentials
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear
Curb Weight 2380 kilograms 2285 kilograms 2584 kilograms
Weight Distribution 57.2%F/42.8%R 57.4%F/42.6%R 56.6%F/43.4%R
0-100 km/h 4.4s 4.4s 4.8s
100-0 Braking Distance 31.3 m 31.0 m 32.4m
Top Speed 320 km/h*
Fuel Economy 12.6 litres/100km 12.4 litres/100km 13.3 litres/100km
List Price $230,400 $259,600 $242,590

*Top speed is electronically limited


2017 LA Auto Show
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Power and Poise - The 2018 Scagliati La Serenissima Quattrocento.


2018 Scagliati La Serenissima Quattrocento in Rosso Veneto

Scagliati Prestazione Speciale is proud to present the La Serenissima Quattrocento, the last word in performance in the Scagliati lineup. The engineers and craftsmen of the Special Performance Division in Mirano spent countless hours refining and reworking the base La Serenissima T, already a very fast and powerful car in its own right, making countless aerodynamic refinements to boost the high-speed stability of the new car with one goal in mind - to create the fastest GT car in the world. The bodywork of the Quattrocento was changed, with new fenders front and rear to fit 305-section tires front and rear, specially developed in conjunction with CMW Aero and Fujisaki Tire, to cope with the extreme demands of a 2069-kilogram car capable of reaching speeds in excess of 400 kilometres per hour.



Scagliati La Serenissima Quattrocento Rear Aerodynamics


Scagliati La Serenissima Quattrocento Front Aerodynamics


Scagliati La Serenissima Quattrocento Body Changes

Pushing To The Limits Of Possibility.

To attain such speeds, the team took the Amadeo V12 engine to 5.4 litres of displacement, and fitted the engine with a stronger rotating assembly, better intake manifold and a pair of larger turbochargers. Running on 100RON fuel only, the reworked SP050.879T engine produces a staggering 922 horsepower and 635 foot-pounds of torque, making the Quattrocento the most powerful production Scagliati ever. Zero to one hundred kilometres per hour is accomplished in 3.8 seconds; two hundred approaches at 8.4 seconds and the Quattrocento sails past three hundred kilometres per hour in 18.8 seconds, all while returning 12.1 litres per hundred kilometres. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission has been strengthened and reprogrammed for more aggressive shifting, and the CAST system has been completely reprogrammed, with traction and stability control cribbed directly from the PS Division’s motorsports activities, giving the Quattrocento unprecedented control and traction in all regimes.

On the 19th of November, 2017, a customer-specification La Serenissima Quattrocento attempted to set a world class speed record as part of final validation testing at the CMW Proving Grounds in Germany, setting an unofficial two-way speed record of 407.704 kilometres per hour through a flying kilometre, achieving the goal that the Prestazione Speciale team set for themselves when they began the project.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo SP050.879T V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 85.0mm x 79.3mm
Displacement 5398cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Output 922 horsepower @ 8700 RPM, 635 ft-lb @ 5200 RPM
Redline 9300 RPM

Model Specifications La Serenissima Quattrocento
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating Four
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear
Driveline 7-speed double clutch transmission, electronic limited-slip differential
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear
Curb Weight 2069 kilograms
Weight Distribution 57.1%F/42.9%R
0-100 km/h 3.8s
100-0 Braking Distance 27.3m
Top Speed 408 km/h
Fuel Economy 12.1 litres/100km
List Price $294,600
Number to be Produced 100

2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed
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Scagliati History, Part 4 - 1957 300 Turismo and 300 Cannaregio.


1957 Scagliati 300 Turismo, in Grigio Ardesia

As part of our company’s 70th anniversary, the Scagliati Museum is proud to present the latest addition to our collection, the 1957 300 Turismo. Making its debut at the 1956 Geneva Auto Show, the 300 Turismo was the much-anticipated follow-on to the Serenissima family, the first and only model family that Scagliati had produced up until that time. Larger, more comfortable and easier to drive than its predecessor, the 300 Turismo featured steel monocoque chassis, the first Scagliati to use this construction method, and the hand-beaten aluminium body panels that had become the signature of Scagliati.


Larger fourteen-inch wire wheels allowed for larger drum brakes front and rear, while the venerable Scalzano two-valve, single-overhead cam V12 grew to 3600cc of displacement, thanks to forged internals and better production methods. Breathing through the ubiquitous six downdraft carburetors, the 300 Sei was good for 253 horsepower and 232 foot-pounds of torque, propelling the 1313-kilogram convertible to one hundred kilometres per hour in seven seconds flat, and on to a top speed of 231 kilometres per hour.



300 Cannaregio - Focused Motoring.




1957 Scagliati 300 Cannaregio, in Marrone Noce

Along with the 300 Turismo, a coupe variant also made its debut, the 300 Cannaregio. The Cannaregio ultimately lent its name to this body style of Scagliati, with its timeless good looks and stunning performance. While the 300 Turismo offered a more serene motoring experience for their owners, the Cannaregio was much more focused, with a much stiffer and more aggressive suspension than the Turismo, plus an aggressive weight-saving program to keep the Cannaregio’s weight within twenty-five kilograms of the outgoing 285 Veneto GTS. This meant that for a brief period, the 300 Cannaregio was the one of the fastest Scagliatis ever produced, even able to match pace with the “La Dominante” of 1954-55, and without any of the compromises a racing car makes to the comfort of the pilot, as Scagliati is known to call the drivers of their cars, or passsengers.


While the Serenissima family of the decade prior made their mark on the motoring world, it was the 300 Turismo and Cannaregio that truly propelled Scagliati to the forefront of the Italian motor industry, the success of this family (and later planned models) so great that Amadeo Scagliati had no choice but to abandon La Vecchia Officina - the old, drafty workshop where Scagliati built their cars in from 1947 to 1960, then on and off with various projects until 1976 and now serving as the location for the Scagliati Museum - for an all-new factory on Via Matteotti on the outskirts of Mirano.


Specifications

Engine Specs 300 Turismo 300 Cannaregio
Engine Scagliati Scalzano 300 Sei
Desciption 60-degree V12, cast-iron block and cylinder heads; cast pistons, rods and crankshaft
Valvetrain single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder
Displacement 3600 cubic centimetres
Aspriation six downdraft-style carburetors, single high-performance filter element
Compression Ratio 10.5:1
Output 253 horsepower @ 5900 RPM, 232 ft-lb @ 5600 RPM
Redline 6400 RPM

Chassis Specs 300 Turismo 300 Cannaregio
Layout front-engine, rear-wheel drive convertible front-engine, rear-wheel drive coupe
Seating driver + one passenger, luxury seating
Chassis/Body Steel monocoque, hand-formed aluminium body
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear
Driveline 4-speed manual gearbox, automatic locking differential
Brakes front and rear two-cylinder drum brakes, 275mm diameter
Curb Weight 1313 kg 1160 kg
Weight Distribution 57.7%F/42.3%R 57.4%F/42.6%R
0-100 km/h 7.0s 6.5s
Top Speed 231 km/h
100-0 Braking Distance 44.5 m 41.4 m
List Price, New $22100 $21320
Production Run 1957-1960 1957-1960
Examples Produced 511 467

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Scagliati is honoured to have been nominated twice in the 2017 EOTY Awards (make sure to get out and vote!), and also to have made the shortlist in Spendid Auto Monthly’s Cars of the Year wrapup.

Thank you all for the support, and I hope what we have planned for the rest of the year and into 2018 will be to your liking - there is a lot of history to cover yet, as well as the introduction of the rest of Scagliati’s current model lineup as well!


#22

Introducing the Scagliati Concetto Corse. Breaking New Ground.


Scagliati Concetto Corse, in Rosso Rubio

Scagliati Motori is proud to give you our latest concept car, the Concetto Corse. Scagliati has a long and storied history of building fine luxury and grand-touring automobiles, but that does not mean we have ignored the super sports car market either. The Concetto Corse is Scagliati’s own vision for a future super sports car; small, lightweight and agile, with cutting-edge technology to enhance the driving experience, as well as ensure the long-term sustainability of the super sports car.

Leveraging the SCALE Architecture underpinning the La Serenissima grand-tourer and Cinquetorri SUV, the Concetto Corse is the first mid-engine car to be based on this architecture, and also for the first time showcases our all-new electric hybrid-drive system, the Scagliati Superpotenza Ibrida or SSI for short. Controlled through the hybrid-exclusive iCAST system, the Concetto Corse can drive up to 15 kilometres on pure electric drive only, with the 500-horsepower, 2.9-litre Amadeo V6 joining in when the battery is depleted, or when the pilot demands more power from the system. Combined, the electric and combustion motors produce a combined 635 horsepower and 700 newton-metres of torque, with the electric motor providing instant torque to improve engine response and produce an experience comparable to a naturally-aspirated engine.

While the hybrid system does incur a weight penalty, the unique design of the SCALE architecture, combined with carbon-fibre body panels and lightweight interior, means that the Concetto Corse tips the scales at less than 1500 kilograms, giving the car incredible performance and agility, with the weight of the battery pack concentrated around the centre of gravity for the car in the central tunnel.


#23

It’s very pretty, like most of your works. Keep it up. I always like seeing updates in your thread and then seeing some new design goodness


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Scagliati at Geneva 2018.

Serenity And Dominance. Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Il Dominante.

(Music for the reveal)


2019 Scagliati Il Dominante, in Blu Oltremare

Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Il Dominante, our fastest, finest and most exclusive automobile yet. Born of seventy years of experience building some of the finest luxury automobiles in the world, Il Dominante marries our signature luxury with pure, indomitable power, to produce a driving experience like no other on the planet.


2019 Scagliati Il Dominante in Opale

Il Dominante combines our proven SCALE carbon-fiber architecture with the most powerful version of our Amadeo V12 yet, a 5.8 litre turbocharged unit producing over 1100 horsepower from 7500 to 9000 RPM, and 1060 newton-metres of torque at 7100 RPM. To put this power to the ground, Scagliati has adapted the TISE all-wheel drive system developed for the Cinquetorri luxury SUV to suit the unique driving experience demanded by Il Dominante. With a static split of 38 percent front and 62 percent rear, TISE can automatically send up between 0 and 60 percent to the front axles, with torque vectoring at the rear to help the car through corners. Automatically-deployed wing elements front and rear adjust downforce levels in accordance with demand and driving mode, allowing Il Dominante to lap the Nordschleife in seven minutes flat.


2019 Scagliati Il Dominante front detail

Inside Il Dominante, the interior will feel immediately at home to any existing Scagliati owner, with a pilot-focused instrument cluster, including head-up display and traffic, navigation and status cues, along with Scagliati’s familiar CAST system to control drive modes. As you would expect from any Scagliati, the interior is hand-crafted by our team of the finest craftsmen and women that Venice has to offer, with only the finest natural and sustainable materials finding their way into Il Dominante’s cabin.


2019 Scagliati Il Dominante rear quarter, in Rosso Rubio

Il Dominante also demonstrates that while a hypercar must be fast, it does not necessarily mean that it must also be needlessly harmful to the environment. Il Dominante achieves 9.2 litres/100 kilometres in the Automation Combined Fuel Economy Cycle, and produces only 39.8 emissions units in the same test. Engine stop/start functionality, plus a special sub-mode for the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission in Stradale mode allows for exceptional fuel economy figures, and with the generous storage area behind the seats, allows Il Dominante to be used as a continent-crossing GT car in the same vein as La Serenissima.


2019 Scagliati Il Dominante rear detail

Specifications

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo SP050.997T V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, titanium rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 86.0mm x 82.5mm
Displacement 5751cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Output 1100 horsepower @ 7500-9000 RPM, 1060 Nm @ 7100 RPM
Redline 9400 RPM

Model Specifications
Layout Mid-engine, all-wheel drive
Seating Two
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque and body panels
Suspension Pushrod front and rear
Driveline 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, electronic front, centre and rear differentials
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear
Curb Weight 1836 kilograms
Weight Distribution 42.1%F/57.9%R
0-100 km/h 2.6s
100-0 Braking Distance 26.7 m
Top Speed 400 km/h*
Fuel Economy 9.2 litres/100km
List Price $452,200
Planned Production Run 300

*Top speed is electronically limited


The Essence Of Dominance. The 2018 Corse Scagliati La Serenissima GTE.


2018 Corse Scagliati La Serenissima GTE, in Rosso Veneto

Scagliati has a long and storied racing history, going back to the very first Scagliatis built in 1947. Today, this proud tradition will be carried on by the La Serenissima GTE, our effort for the AMWEC season to come. La Serenissima GTE has undergone a dramatic total transformation, from luxurious GT car, to focused and hardened race car, under the supervision of Christoforo Scagliati, head of Corse Scagliati and heir to the Scagliati name.

Weighing in at just over 1300 kilograms, La Serenissima GTE is propelled by a specially-developed, rules-compliant 4-litre version of the Amadeo V12 engine found across the Scagliati lineup, and produces well over 700 horsepower, driving the car though a special six-speed racing sequential gearbox. Numerous other changes have been made to the suspension, drivetrain and brakes from the roadgoing version - in fact, many of these changes, such as conventional suspension and steel brakes, are distinct downgrades from La Serenissima the road car!

A unique aero package, designed to maximise downforce and air extraction, has been fitted to La Serenissima GTE, with special attention going to the crucial front-end aerodynamics. Vortex generators, similar to those fitted to La Serenissima Quattrocento, have been fitted to the roof to smooth airflow at the separation point, reducing drag and increasing the effectiveness of the rear wing.

A double-deck diffuser has been fitted to the rear of the car, working with the underbody aero to increase rear downforce and stability at high speeds, while the transmission and differential coolers have been relocated to the rear of the car, as evidenced by the intake and exhaust cutouts in the aluminium trunk lid.

La Serenissima GTE is already in the initial stages of testing at the CMW Group’s proving grounds in Germany, with an announcement on which series the teams will be competing in expected in time.


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Welcome to the GTE club :smirk:


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Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Zoccarato Scoperta. Continuing A Proud Name.



2019 Scagliati Zoccarato Scoperta in Rosso Cinabro

Scagliati Motori is proud to present to you the 2019 Zoccarato Scoperta luxury roadster. The Zoccarato draws on seven decades of open-air motoring tradition from Scagliati, with the car’s bold styling and clean lines drawing a direct parallel to our very first car, the 245 Serenissima of 1947. The Zoccarato is a very special car for our company from a historical perspective, as it carries the name of the Zoccarato family, who have been associated with our company for five generations now. Gianluigi Zoccarato - part stylist, part engineer, part master craftsman - who, with our founder Amadeo Scagliati, worked tirelessly to make their dreams of a luxurious touring roadster come true in 1947, and set forth in motion the legend that continues to this very day with the car before you.


2019 Scagliati Zoccarato Scoperta, in Zaffiro

The Zoccarato Scoperta takes our company’s proven SCALE Architecture and meshes it with a flowing aluminium body, making for a strong, lightweight and resilient chassis for optimum handling, acceleration and fuel efficiency. Power for the Zoccarato Scoperta comes from a turbocharged 2.9 litre inline-6 that is the newest addition to the Amadeo modular engine family, and produces 451 horsepower and 445 newton-metres of torque in the current configuration. Combined with a seven-speed double-clutch gearbox and active aerodynamics front and rear, the Zoccarato Scoperta returns 7.3 litres per 100 kilometres in the Automation Combined Cycle Fuel Economy standard.

Inside the Zoccarato Scoperta, you will find the same luxury that any of our valued customers would expect from a Scagliati, with a handcrafted interior of the highest quality for pilot and passenger, made from the very finest materials we can source from our purchasers the world over. The cockpit has has its focus oriented toward the pilot, with important controls moved to be within easy reach for them as they drive the Zoccarato Scoperta. Eighteen-way, power-adjustable seats cosset both pilot and passenger alike, with seat heating and cooling as standard, along with integrated air vents in the headrest to allow for a much more comfortable open-air driving exprience. The folding cloth roof does not impede in the trunk space of the car, and folds completely within 13 seconds, and can operate at speeds up to 40 kilometres per hour.


The Zoccarato Scoperta goes on sale later this year, with prices starting at $141,600, and represents the first of a much larger family of variants, with more to come in the future. Please visit our website, or your Scagliati Atelier for more information.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S070.995TA L6
Description inline-6, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 86.0mm x 82.5mm
Displacement 2876cc
Aspiration turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Output 451 horsepower @ 8300 RPM, 445 Nm @ 5900 RPM
Redline 9000 RPM

Model Specifications Zoccarato Scoperta
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Seating Two
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque and aluminium body panels
Suspension Double wishbone front, multilink rear
Driveline 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, electronic differential
Brakes vented steel front and rear
Curb Weight 1569 kilograms
Weight Distribution 55.9%F/44.1%R
0-100 km/h 3.9s
100-0 Braking Distance 28.0 m
Top Speed 300 km/h*
Fuel Economy 7.3 litres/100km
List Price $141,600

*Top speed is electronically limited

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2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri T - A Step Beyond The Ordinary.


2019 Scagliati Cinquetorri T, in Giallo D’Oro

Scagliati is proud to reveal to you the next step in the evolution of our luxury super SUV, the high-performance Cinquetorri T. With its distinctive front and rear treatment, the Cinquetorri T cuts an imposing figure on the road, and with 750 horsepower available from the turbocharged, 5-litre V12, it has the power to back up the image as well. With this, the Cinquetorri T is one of the fastest SUVs on the planet, with a 0-100 time of 3.5 seconds, and an electronically-limited top speed of 330 kilometres per hour. Inside the Cinquetorri T, you will find an opulent, four-seat layout, replete with the luxury and craftsmanship that is a signature of Scagliati automobiles.

Revised suspension tuning and a reengineered CAST system provides better body control and handling, with no sacrifice to ride quality whatsoever over the base model Cinquetorri. A more aggressive aero package and dynamic, 22-inch wheels adds to the aggressive stance of the vehicle, yet do nothing to hamper the excellent off-road capabilities of the Cinquetorri T.

With the Cinquetorri T, Scagliati also launches our all-new DC program, where we will build your Cinquetorri T (with other models to follow) to our customer’s exacting specifications, with limitless possibilities for colour schemes, materials and finishes, along with a wide range of individual touches made by our in-house crafstmen, to create a truly unique and individual automobile that reflects the tastes of our clients.

Specifications

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S050.657TA V12
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 77.1mm
Displacement 5000cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Output 750 horsepower @ 8600 RPM, 548 ft-lb @ 4600 RPM
Redline 9000 RPM

Model Specifications Cinquetorri T
Layout Front-engine, all-wheel drive SUV
Seating Four
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque, aluminium panels
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear
Driveline 9-speed automatic transmission, electronic front, centre and rear differentials
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear
Curb Weight 2177 kilograms
Weight Distribution 57.2%F/42.8%R
0-100 km/h 3.5s
100-0 Braking Distance 29.5 m
Top Speed 330 km/h*
Fuel Economy 10.2 litres/100km
List Price $260,100

*Top speed is electronically limited


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Introducing the Scagliati Ducale - Refinement Of The Formula.


2019 Scagliati Ducale, in Zaffiro

Scagliati is proud to present the 2019 Ducale, an ultra-luxurious limousine for our most exclusive clients. The Ducale takes luxury and craftsmanship to an entirely new level, with each car being hand-assembled by our expert craftsmen at the Scagliati Speicale workshop in Mirano, Italy. Carbon-fiber body panels are painted by hand in an exacting process where up to twenty coats of paint are applied, then hand-sanded and polished to give a high-quality finish and a paint depth not possible in mechanised processes.

Inside the Ducale, the four-seat interior is designed with the two rear passengers in mind, with full-reclining seats covered in any of a thousand different leather, synthetic and non-leather options, in any combination. In-seat heating, cooling and massage are standard in both seats, as are a set of noise-cancelling headphones that can connect with the rear-seat entertainment package. For each passenger, a 40-centimetre screen is provided, along with built-in controls to access the car’s media package, which includes internet connectivity, satellite radio, and access to any media that the Ducale’s owner provides, either present in the car or through a wide range of streaming services. A 30-speaker, 2900-watt surround sound system has been engineered to provide the finest in audio fidelity, with the ability to adjust acoustics to match the most famous concert halls in the world.

Double-glazed windows, with standard electrochromic tint, dampen wind noise and provide privacy for the passengers of the Ducale, and a high-efficency climate control system provides ample heat and cooling, even when the Ducale is first started, along with HEPA-quality air filtration for all occupants. An optional electrochromic glass screen can provide separation from the driver and the passenger compartment for the ultimate in privacy.

Under the hood of the Ducale, The 5.7-litre Amadeo turbocharged V12 is standard, producing 662 horsepower and 856 Newton-metres of torque, giving the Ducale a more relaxed, refined character than its more sporting siblings in the La Serenissima lineup. The TISE all-wheel drive system makes its debut in a Scagliati sedan for the first time, coupled with a 9-speed automatic transmission for a serene and relaxed experience.


2019 Scagliati Ducale Sovrano, in Ebano

In addition to the base model Ducale, Scagliati has the Sovrano option as well, available to all diplomatic customers with a wide range of comfort and protection options available, including segregated air supply and factory-designed and installed armor up to Level B7.

Specifications

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S050.993TA
Description 60-degree V12, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 86.0mm x 82.5mm
Displacement 5751cc
Aspiration twin-turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 10.1:1
Output 662 horsepower @ 7200 RPM, 860 Nm @ 3800 RPM
Redline 8200 RPM

Model Specifications Ducale
Layout Front-engine, all-wheel drive VIP limousine
Seating Four
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque and panels
Suspension double-wishbone front, multi-link rear
Driveline 9-speed automatic transmission, electronic front, centre and rear differentials
Brakes carbon-ceramic front and rear
Curb Weight 2300 kilograms
Weight Distribution 59.4%F/40.6%R
0-100 km/h 4.2s
100-0 Braking Distance 34.6 m
Top Speed 350 km/h*
Fuel Economy 8.6 litres/100km
List Price $384,500

*Top speed is electronically limited


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Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Zoccarato - Power And Poise.


2019 Scagliati Zoccarato in Arancia Cachi

Scagliati is proud to introduce to you our latest small sports touring car, the 2019 Scagliati Zoccarato. Based on the high-technology, all-carbon fibre SCALE Architecture of our other model lines, the Zoccarato represents the more sporting half of our entry-level model lineup. Make no mistake, though, this car is still very much a Scagliati through and through, with a sharp, responsive chassis, a powerful yet dignified engine and the finest Venetian craftsmanship swadding both pilot and passenger in the finest of luxury.

Power for the Zoccarato comes from the turbocharged, 2.9-litre inline-6 that is found in the open-top Zoccarato Scoperta, but is now tuned to an impressive output of 502 horsepower and 465 newton-metres. Coupled to a seven-speed double clutch gearbox and driving the rear wheels through our CAST-controlled electronic rear differential, the Zoccarato sprints from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 3.8 seconds, and returns a combined 7.0 litres per 100 kilometres in Automation Combined Cycle Fuel Economy standard testing.

Inside the Zoccarato, you will find the very same attention to detail and luxury that only befits a Scagliati, with both pilot and passenger cossetted in lightweight but sumptuously comfortable carbon-fibre backed seats wrapped in the finest leathers and synthetic materials (see your Scagliati Atelier for detailed information and availability). The cockpit is pilot-oriented, with all functions and displays laid out for quick, safe and easy dissemination and operation of the Zoccarato. Instruments consist of a central tachometer with a multi-function display in the middle, along with two flanking OLED screens for navigation, infotainment and vehicle systems information.

The orderbook for the Zoccarato is open today, with prices starting at $145,525. First deliveries of the Zoccarato are expected to begin in the first part of Q3 of this year.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S070.996T L6
Description inline-6, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 86.0mm x 82.5mm
Displacement 2876cc
Aspiration turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Output 502 horsepower @ 8400 RPM, 465 Nm @ 6900 RPM
Redline 9000 RPM

Model Specifications Zoccarato Coupe
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Seating Two
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque and body panels
Suspension Double wishbone front, multilink rear
Driveline 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, electronic differential
Brakes vented steel front and rear
Curb Weight 1488 kilograms
Weight Distribution 54.8%F/45.2%R
0-100 km/h 3.8s
100-0 Braking Distance 31.7 m
Top Speed 310 km/h*
Fuel Economy 7.0 litres/100km
List Price $145,525

*Top speed is electronically limited


#29

Nice car, mate.


#31

Nice design bruv.


#32

Introducing the Scagliati La Tempesta - The Ultimate Expression of Speed.


Scagliati La Tempesta, in Plutonio

Scagliati is proud to present our most exclusive and refined automobile to date, La Tempesta. Like the towering storm from which it derives its name, La Tempesta shakes the earth with its thunderous engine, the ultimate version of Scagliati’s Amadeo V12. Generating over sixteen hundred horsepower, La Tempesta sacrifices everything in the pursuit of speed, with La Tempesta sprinting from a standstill to 300 kilometres per hour in less than ten seconds, and on to a top speed of over 480 kilometres per hour.

The interior has undergone an extensive rework over the Il Dominante upon which it is based, with extensive use of lightweight materials, and a set of fixed carbon-fibre seats for both pilot and passenger; driving position is instead adjusted by a moveable steering column and pedal box. Elsewhere in the interior, only the comforts deemed absolutely essential to the enjoyment of the car remain; everything else has been stripped away in the pursuit of light weight.

Outside, the bodywork has been carefully sculpted in the wind tunnel for the lowest drag possible, with every aspect of the car being scrutinised in the finest detail. Cooling for the powertrain has been optimised to the finest degree, and the rear bodywork has been completely reworked with a longer, lower tail and a more efficient, low-drag rear wing. The engine air intake is now a flush duct on the carbon-fibre rear deck of the car, the enormous air requirement of the engine helping to keep the airflow over the car closer to the body, and reducing the drag-inducing turbulent zone behind the car. A complicated ventilation system in the rear decking helps evacuate heat when the car is standing still, and also helps to reduce the turbulent wake over the rear body sections, helping increase the effectiveness of the wing.

La Tempesta will be one of the most exclusive cars Scagliati has ever made, with a total production run of 74 units only, all of them being offered to our most valued clients selected from a very strongly attended selection process. Every selectee was flown to the Scagliati factory in Mirano, where they spent two days touring the production lines, taking in the history of our marque as well as customising their car, all while enjoying the finest in accomodations and cuisine. La Tempesta will be an expression of each selectee’s own tastes and desires; no two La Tempestas will be the same. While all units have been sold, the asking price for La Tempesta was $1.14 million, with colour options and interior customisations extra.


Model Specifications

Model Scagliati La Tempesta
Layout mid-engine, all-wheel drive hypersports car
Seating Two
Chassis/Body carbon fibre monocoque and panels
Suspension Pushrod front and rear with electronically adjustable dampers
Transmission 7-speed double-clutch gearbox
Brakes 4-wheel carbon-ceramic with ABS and advanced ESC with launch control
Curb Weight 1670 kg
Weight Distribution 41.5%F/58.5%R
Engine Scagliati Amadeo SP050.XXT Evo
Engine Descrption turbocharged V12
Displacement (cc) 5751
Output 1635 hp @ 7700 RPM, 1610 Nm @ 6200 RPM
0-100 km/h 2.2s
0-200 km/h 5.9 s
0-300 km/h 10.0s
100-0 Braking Distance 29.7 m
Top Speed 484 km/h
Fuel Economy 30.4 L/100km
Base Price $1.14 million
Total Production 74