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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1993 - 1994
Designed by:Giorgietto Giugiaro for Italdesign
Predecessor:Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 27, 2020
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Click here to download printer friendly versionEven though Lancia had withdrawn their works team from rallying at the end of the 1991 season, development of the road legal Delta HF Integrale homologation specials continued for several more years. In June of 1993, the ultimate Delta road car was released in the form of the HF Integrale Evo II. It superseded the Evo I that had been introduced in 1991 and would remain in production well into 1994, alongside the brand new second generation Delta that had already been launched earlier in 1993.

Carried over from the previous evolution was the twin-cam, 16-valve engine. The Garrett turbo fitted was uprated and the performance increased a little bit to 212 bhp. Further changes to the engine included a new Magnetti Marelli integrated control system. As before, the engine was mounted transversely ahed of the front axle, in unit with the five-speed manual gearbox. The integrale in the type name referred to the permanent four-wheel drive system that was a key feature of the model. The drive was split in 47% to the front axle and 53% to the rear.

There were more changes on the exterior, which featured still wider arches to fit new 16-inch wheels. The Evo II was available in three exterior colours only, red, white and dark blue. The interior was always finished in beige Alcantara. The interior also featured a new MOMO steering wheel and Recaro bucket seats came as standard. The only option available was air conditioning. Later limited edition models did offer additional options for exterior and interior colours.

Production of the Delta HF Integrale Evo II lasted for little over a year, by which time around 2,500 examples had been produced. While the second generation Delta did come in a range-topping HF mode, it was well down on power and lacked the four-wheel drive system of the first generation Integrales. Accordingly, the Evo II remains as the last of the truly great high-performance Lancia road cars.

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