When it comes to World Rally, nothing is more synonomous with the sport than the Lancia Delta Intergrale

This one is a rare and late-model Evo 2 version finished in Bianco over Sabbia

Only one rally car has won the World Rally Championship six-times in a row.

It’s the Lancia Delta. Over it’s lengthy 12-year production window, the performance ‘Intergrale HF’ models were the most revered.

On top of this, the brand made a bunch of limited-run versions as homologation specials – essentially production cars with racing car bits on them to prove Lancia was using ‘road vehicle parts’ on its race cars.

Every car brand does it now and again for the purpose of winning races. This example pictured is a final year of production ‘Evo 2’ model with just 50,000km and in as-new condition.

It was delivered new to Japan and had one-owner beforehand.


The car pictured – 2021 Daihatsu Taft G Turbo

This Lancia Delta is an Intergrale Evo 2 model and was built in April 1994.

That means it’s powered by 2.0-litre twin-cam ‘831E5.000’ engine with around 150kW and 280Nm torque. It features a permanent all-wheel drive system and a five-speed manual transmission.

Standard equipment includes Recaro seats, stacks of carbon fibre and lots of pretty gauges.

It was a one-owner car and comes with two keys and a Japanese export certificate confirming its mileage.

Specification Breakdown

  • 1994 Lancia Delta Intergrale Evolution 2
  • Six-time World Rally winner
  • 50,o00km
  • 2.0-litre Lancia twin-cam turbo
  • Manual / All-wheel drive
  • Mint and original
  • One-owner car with two keys and export certificate
  • Factory spec includes recaro seats, carbon fibre interior inlay, an oil temp gauge
When it comes to World Rally, no-other car was as fierce or as dominant as the mighty Delta Intergrale

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