Watch Magnus Walker drive this Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo Bastarda around NYC
A rally icon around New York City? That's awesome!
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Magnus Walker, the man who is known for his Outlaw Porsches, does not always drive a Porsche. He is an avid fan of BMWs, Jaguars, and this time he drives a Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo named the ‘Bastarda’ around New York. Owned by For those who do not know what the Delta HF Integrale Evo is, the HF Integrale Evo is a homologation special built by Lancia to participate in rallying. With 4WD and a punchy 2.0L turbocharged engine, the car soon became an icon in the rallying scene.
The film features some of the most iconic landmarks of NYC, such as the Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, and Wall Street, but also some of Magnus Walker and Hannah Elliot’s favourite places, like Speigel, Scarr’s Pizza, and Nom Wah Tea Parlor.
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Well, as this isn’t Foodtribe, I would like to talk more about the car itself. The Bastarda is owned by Phil Toledano, a petrolhead and a watch enthusiast. He owns multiple other iconic homologation specials like the Lancia Delta S4 Stradale, Peugeot 205 T16, and the BMW M1. Another surprising fact is that his daily is the HF Integrale Evo, which clearly shows that he is not just a rich guy with fine taste in cars, but a true enthusiast.
This amazing film was created by Jean Pierre Kathoefer (@johnnypuetz), Claudia Stock, Ethan Roach (@_ethanroach). If you want to see more amazing work from them, remember to follow them on Instagram and slap a like on the video!