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Lancia Delta Integrale

Lancia Delta Integrale

Lancia Delta Integrale Evolution HF

Lancia Delta Integrale HF

Year (of specifications) 1988 - 1994
Engine 1995 cc turbocharged 4 cyl
Transmission 5 speed manual AWD
Max speed 137 mph
0-60 mph -
Horsepower 185 - 215 bhp
weight -

The Lancia Delta Integrale was concieved as a homologation car for rallying. The Delta Integrale followed in the footsteps of the Lancia Stratos and then the mid-engined Delta S4. The Delta Integrale was introduced after the banning of the monstrously fast Group B series, and was built to compete in the milder Group A rally series.

The first Lancia Delta Integrales were introduced in 1987, these 4 wheel drive cars were powered by a 185 horsepower, 4 cylinder, turbocharged engine. They were fast, handled brilliantly and were also practical. The only downside to the Integrale was the power delivery which featured the expected turbo lag - b ut in many ways this only adds to the brutal nature of the car.

In 1989 the Delta Integrale was further improved with the addition of a new 16 valve 200+ hp engine. Then in 1991 the Lancia Integrale Evolution HF appeared. This had 215 horsepower, wider arches (to cover a wider track both front and rear), redesigned grille, bonnet, air intakes, wings, bumpers, sideskirts and rear spoiler.

The Lancia Delta Integrale, of all years, is still a highly sought after vehicle with a wide following of enthusiasts.

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