The first Lancia Integrale Evoluzione were the final homologation cars for the Lancia Rally Team. They were built near the end of 1991 through 1992. These cars had a wider track than earlier Deltas, more rounded bodyside arches, four-wheel drive layout, and an engine modified to produce 210 horsepower. In the front, the grilles were modified to improve the air intake to aide in cooling. The hood was redesigned with new lateral air slats which also aided in under-bonnet ventilation. The cars rested on five-bolt wheels with the same design as the rally cars.
In June 1993, the second Evolution version of the Delta HF Integrale was introduced. They came with an updated version of the 2-liter 16-valve turbocharged engine. They had a three-way catalyst, a Marelli integrated engine control system, a new Garret turbocharger, and mapped ignition with two dobuel outlet coils.
The Second Evolution version rested on 16-inch light alloy rims and 205/45 ZR 16 tires. They were given red-painted cylinder head, new leather-covered three-spoke MOMO steering wheel, Recaro seats upholstered in beige Alcantara with diagonal stitching, and aluminum fuel caps. By Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2015
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