This superb Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo 2 is looking for a new owner
Would you buy it?
This car needs no introduction. A true rally legend of the 1980s, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale was produced in a street version to validate its homologation. Although slightly more timid than the rally variant, the models intended for the general public retained the genes of a competition car.
In 1991, the Evo 1 version had more muscular styling and a more powerful engine. In 1993, the Evo 2 version was launched with even more power and a pinch of technical modifications. Produced in about 2,500 units, the Evo 2 is a rare car that you can buy on the online auction site Bring a Trailer.
The vehicle here dates from 1994 and has 98,000 mi (158,000 km) on the clock. While this is a respectable mileage, the condition of the car has held up well and is exceptional to say the least. The Monza red colour with the Martini Racing blue stripe livery shines brightly and highlights the various body extensions of the Evo 2.
The interior features Recaro bucket seats, Alcantara door panels and an Alpine CD radio. Under the bonnet is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder with 215 PS and 314 Nm of torque. All this power is sent to all four wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission.