The Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione was the result of Lancia’s success in rally racing, after clinching the World Rally Championship titles for four consecutive years with Juha Kankkunen (1987 and 1991) and Miki Biason (1988 and 1989).
Introduced in 1991, the first Evoluzione featured an extensive list of refinements compared to its predecessors. It was also the last Group A car homologated by Lancia’s works team before withdrawing from the World Rally Championship in the 1992 season, with a total of 46 rally victories and six consecutive constructors titles, a record that still stands to this day.
The turbocharged 2-litre straight-4 gained an additional 1ohp over the Delta HF Integrale 16v, reaching 210hp, this was thanks to a new exhaust system.
A major area that was changed was its design, which sports a more aggressive and wider body with wider tracks and rounder extended wheel arches. Other modifications include the addition of larger air intakes and revamped bonnet design, which improved Delta’s cooling system on the engine bay, as well its ventilation. The Evoluzione has a revamped suspension setup, with different attachment points in the front and longer travel. The Evoluzione also received the now iconic Speedline Montecarlo wheels.
Mileage: 96,671 kilometers