GCK brings the Lancia Delta Integrale back in an electric version
A new heart in an unchanged design
GCK is a French rallycross team that presents today a restomod of the mythical Lancia Delta Integrale named GCK Evo-e. Aesthetically speaking, the vehicle scrupulously respects the original design and retains its particularly angular forms.
The few modifications are limited to the addition of extra air intakes and a spoiler, both in carbon fibre. The interior gets new Alcantara bucket seats with yellow stitching. On the technical side, however, the Evo-e has changed completely.
The 2.0-litre four-cylinder is replaced by an electric motor developing 200 PS, the same power as the original model. The car also gains a reinforced chassis to accommodate a battery. GCK says the car has all-wheel drive without giving further details.
As for production, only 47 units of the GCK Evo-e will be built. 36 will be destined for the road while 11 will be used exclusively for racing.