Lancia Delta Integrale
The Lancia Delta Integrale is the all-wheel drive version of the Lancia Delta. Lancia with numerous victories in rally sport, the call for an all-wheel-drive, sporty car for civilian use became louder. Thus it was that the Lancia Delta HF 4WD, the first step in the evolution of the later Lancia Delta Integrale, Lancia in 1986 added to the program. Just one year later celebrated the Lancia Delta HF Integrale at the IAA premiere. Visually, the Delta HF Integrale differs from its predecessor by the wider fenders and the overall acting beefy appearance. The performance of its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (8V) is turbocharged 180 hp. In 1989 came the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V on the market, thanks to its newly developed engine 16-valve technology at that time already made 200 hp. The last step in the evolution of the successful all-wheel drive sports car followed in 1991 in the form of the Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione. First, the Delta Integrale Evoluzione engine was available in two versions: the Delta Integrale 8V with a catalyst and without catalyst 16V Integrale Evoluzione Finally, the 215-hp 16V summed with catalyst on the Central European market and sat through sustainable. The maximum speed of the equipped with permanent four-wheel drive Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione 16V is 220 km / h For the sprint from 0-100 km / h 5.7 seconds the sports car needs. Well-preserved specimens of the Lancia Delta Integrale are still in high demand. Moreover, the Delta Integrale has the makings of a classic.