Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO
The Lancia Delta HF Integrale EVO was an Italian small family car with a lot of power and four-wheel drive.
At the September 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show Lancia first showed the Delta HF integrale but which became known as HF integrale "Evo". The Evoluzione cars were made from October 1991 through 1992. At the end of the successful 1991 World Rally Championship season, where the HF integrale 16v had won both the drivers' and manufacturers' championship, Lancia then retired from rallying.
The interior of the Lancia Delta Evo you can indeed have air-conditioning, And electric windows, at least for the front-seat passengers. It's civilized and totally undemanding in the crawling, gritty traffic. The seats where a sport style taken from its rallying past. They would come in either suede, leather or just normal cotton but they had the shape to make sure you was always supported.
The Evoluzione's engine was the same turbocharged 16-valve 2-litre used on the models in the past, but power had increased to 207 hp @ 5,750 rpm, mainly thanks to a new single outlet 60 mm diameter exhaust system. The braking system featured larger diameter discs and vacuum servo, and fixed two-piston Brembo callipers at the front and of course it still had the four-wheel-drive system.