Lancia Delta Evo-e – Car Engine

Back in the summer of 2020, we announced that a workshop called GC Kompetition was working on an electric-powered Lancia Delta remodel, then the show was promised for October 2020, but they had only just finished the car. Meanwhile, Didier Auriol, who won 9 WRC victories with Delta HF Integrale, was also procured as brand ambassador, the keys to the 11 rally-specified cars will be handed over to the customer in person by the legendary driver; he will shake hands with Guerlain Chicherit, the buyer of the 36 street cars.

It is not simply that the engine is replaced, only the self-supporting body is retained from the original vehicle – after, of course, any damage has been repaired – the body is reinforced, the replaceable body parts are all made of carbon. Compared to the original, the wheel arches will be widened and a larger roof spoiler will be installed, but the Evo-e’s appearance will remain true to the factory. The same can be said for rims that have become larger in diameter and are fitted with Michelin tires. The touch-screen Alpine hi-fi, Recaro clamshell seats and Momo steering wheel mean the change. Sparco racing shells are included in the rally specification and omit the comfort equipment.


They get rid of the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, but retain the five-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive with viscous-clutch central differential and partially self-locking Torsen rear differential – of course, all wear parts are replaced again, with a shorter gearbox on request for better transmission. 284 mm front and 227 mm rear brake discs are fitted, but as an option, 306 mm discs are also provided with 6-piston saddles at the front.

The drive engine has a long-lasting power of 122 hp / 200 Nm and a peak power of 200 hp / 350 Nm – the transmission already needs to be strengthened for this – which allows acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.6 seconds. The battery has a capacity of 30 kWh, which allows a range of 200 km, in exchange for its own weight is also relatively low, 1440 kg. Purchase prices are not revealed, as to some extent it is also possible to meet individual needs – a total of 263 new parts have been developed for the Lancia Delta Evo-e.

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