LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evolution
By the time the Delta HF arrived on the scene in the mid-1980s, reviving the “High Fidelity” moniker used on the legendary Stratos HF, Lancia was on its way to cementing the model’s rally pedigree. Fierce competition forced constant development; spurred by Audi’s impressive Quattro rallying efforts, Lancia unleashed an all-wheel drive car, the Delta HF 4WD, which quickly made a name for itself in World Rally Championship’s Group A.
With the dawn of the 1990s came the Delta’s roadgoing zenith: The HF Integrale Evoluzione, revealed at the Frankfurt salon in 1991. A remapped 16-valve turbocharged inline-four boasted 210 horsepower, surmounting the 100 horsepower-per-liter hurdle with ease. Blistered fenders opened up space for a widened track and Speedline Monte Carlo wheels. At the rear sat a functional spoiler, while the interior both looked and felt the part with optional bolstered Recaro leather thrones with distinctive perforated upholstery.
This example is finished in Rosso Monza (159) with a Pelle Nera leather interior fitted with Recaro seats. With 19,400 kilometers showing on the odometer, the car is remarkably original and unmodified. As per the Lancia Classiche certification this car was optioned from the factory with engine oil gauge, odometer, air conditioning, ABS, headlight alignment corrector, fog lights, anatomical seats, leather seats and enhanced battery. Furthermore, it includes its books, car cover, spare tire, jack, tools, and Lancia Classiche certification. The 15” alloy wheels wear Lancia center caps and are wrapped in a newer set of Pirelli Pzero tires in the factory size of 205/50r15.
An unmodified, low-mileage Delta HF Integrale Evolution is a very rare item indeed, and this example is a fine specimen of one of Lancia’s most revered rally machines.