The Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione 1 was available from late 1991 through 1992, and unlike the Evoluzione 2, it didn't come with Marelli's complicated engine management software. What it had was a 2.0 turbo producing 210 horsepower and plenty of boost above 4000rpm, all-wheel drive and Alcantara-wrapped Racaro seats accompanied by a Momo steering wheel. It was the perfect Italian speed machine.
Dave, the founder of certainly agrees. After finding a former Japanese car in a Canadian garage, he fixed her up and drove down to California to give Matt Farah ten minutes with this super rare car.
Throw those reliability myths out the window! Boxy Italian sports cars are simply the best.
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