The Pegaso Z-102 is a sports car produced by the Spanish brand Pegaso between 1951 and 1957. Designed by the engineer Wifredo Ricart and equipped with the most advanced technologies available at the time, such as a light alloy V8 engine with four overhead camshafts with powers ranging from 175 to 250 hp depending on the displacement and power supply, 5-speed transaxle gearbox and De Dion rear axle, was exhibited for the first time at the Paris Motor Show and produced in only 86 specimens (including 2 prototypes), almost all bodyworked by the most famous coachbuilders of the time.

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