The Lancia Stratos Zero (or 0 ) preceded the Lancia Stratos HF prototype by 12 months and was first shown to the public at the Turin Motor Show in 1970. The futuristic bodywork was designed by Marcello Gandini , head designer at Bertone , and featured a L Lancia Fulvia V4 engine.  The Lancia Stratos HF Zero exhibited in Bertone's museum for many years. In 2011 it was sold during an auction in Italy for €761,600.  It has been displayed in the exhibit "Sculpture in Motion: Masterpieces of Italian Design" at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. It was at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta at the "Dream Cars" exhibit in 2014, on loan from the XJ Wang Collection of New York City.