Description

Lancia Delta Integrale Evolution I.


Registered in 1991 it has 136.767 km.

White exterior with green alcantara interior, totally original condition, retains all its original upholstery in exceptional condition.

Maintenance history with invoices, being the last complete maintenance less than 100 km ago, where the following works have been carried out: engine lowering, distribution, water pump, clutch, oils, filters, differential oils, new brake distributor, etc? This particular unit is in fabulous condition. One of the best investments that can be made today, a myth that marked an era. Only 5,619 units produced. When Lancia began to face stiff competition from Toyota, it presented a completely revised model at the 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show. This Delta HF Integrale became known as "Evolucione" or "EVO". The Evo cars were produced from October 1991 to 1992 and featured a number of changes.Lancia's main objective for the Evo was to improve its handling. The suspension was strengthened through the use of box-section control arms and the tracks were increased to 54 mm at the front and 60 mm at the rear. Due to the increased front strut towers, Lancia had to install an aluminum strut. The steering rack and power steering oil radiator were also reinforced. The brakes also received some attention with larger diameter discs and vacuum servos. In addition, two-piston Brembo brake calipers were installed on the front of the car. No changes were made to the Integrale's all-wheel drive system. On the exterior, wider wheel arches hid the wider tracks and Lancia gave the car a new hood, front and rear bumpers, side skirts, rear doors and a rear spoiler. The roof spoiler above the tailgate was manually adjustable and could be set in three different positions: lowered, raised or fully raised. New 7.5Jx15? five-bolt Speedline Monte Carlo alloy wheels were fitted to the Evo, which had the same design as those used on Lancia rally cars and were wrapped in 205/50 tires. The Evoluzione's engine was the same 16-valve, 2-liter turbocharged unit found in the previous Integrale, but with some upgrades. Thanks to a new ECU, engine output increased to 210 hp at 5750 rpm, which compensated for the slight increase in weight and drag. Peak torque remained unchanged at 220 lb-ft, but was now reached at 3500 rpm. To celebrate its victory in the 1991 World Rally Championship, Lancia produced 400 special edition Integrals known as the '5' cars. The mechanics of the 5 remained unchanged but they were given custom bodywork, white wheels, black hood grilles, black spoiler and Martini-Racing colors on the sides. Although the Integrale Evoluzione was less powerful and less aerodynamic than the Celica GT4 and Imprezza WRX, it managed to take home a sixth WRC title and received praise from motoring journalists around the world.

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Vehicle details

Vehicle data

Make
Lancia
Model series
Delta
Model name
Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione I
Manufacturer code
831
First registration date
06/1991
Year of manufacture
1991
Mileage (read)
136,767 km
Chassis number
Not provided
Engine number
Not provided
Gearbox number
Not provided
Matching numbers
No
Number of owners
Not provided

Technical details

Body style
Saloon (4-doors)
Power (kW/hp)
151/205
Cubic capacity (ccm)
1995
Cylinders
4
Doors
4
Steering
Left (LHD)
Gearbox
Manual
Gears
Not provided
Transmission
4WD
Front brakes
Disc
Rear brakes
Not provided
Fuel type
Petrol

Individual configuration

Exterior color
White
Interior color
Green
Interior material
Alcantara

Condition, registration & documentation

Condition category
Original
Has Report
MOT
Registered
Ready to drive
Accident free

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Location

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46006 Valencia

🇪🇸 Spain

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