Lancia has developed many special editions for the Delta Integrale and some of them really stand out like the Martini 5 and Martini 6 editions, as well as the rarest ones that were aimed at a small number of fans and collectors, such as the Club Italia, Club Lancia and Club HiFi editions. . Equally rare were the Giallo Ginestra, Bianco Perlato and Blu Lagos editions.
In the last year of production of the Delta Integrale Evo II, in 1994, the Italian company presented two editions, the Dealer Collection and the Final Edition. The first went into limited production of 180 cars, all registered with the company’s representatives, while the second was a special order of the Lancia importer in Japan.
There, the Delta Integrale was a huge success, with the Edizione Finale based on the Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II and coming out in just 250 cars. These were released exclusively in the Japanese market and are considered the “Holy Grail” of the Evo versions of the model by many collectors.
The Japanese importer of Lancia gave a list of special specifications to the company for this version, all of whose cars are painted in red Amaranto color, while inside there is black Alcantara and fabric in the interior and Recaro seats. In addition, the body runs through a yellow-blue-yellow stripe, with the livery coming from the Lancia Fulvia HF.
Also, there are black air vents on the hood, black grille, the tank lid was made of carbon, 16 inch carbon wheels of Speedline, rear dome bar (in addition to the front), start button, aluminum pedals, racing gear lever made of aluminum and carbon cladding dashboard, while the numbered label is not missing.
One of the 250 Delta Integrale Edizione Finale that went into production, and more specifically the one with serial number # 92, is sold by DK Engineering. The British company is asking for £ 224,995 to leave it, an amount that translates to € 264,995 at the current exchange rate, with the car having traveled just 5,500 km.
Mechanically, under the hood there is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, producing 215 hp and 314 Nm of torque, which is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The four-wheel drive system transmits torque in a ratio of 57/43 to the front and rear axles, respectively, while there is a Torsen differential on the rear axle.
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