Hatchback,5 doors,4 seats
In 1987 Lancia quietly introduced one its best known and most sought-after modern-classics, the Lancia Intergrale. The Intergrale looked visually similar to the less powerful, two-wheel drive Delta HF Turbo, using the same five door hatchback body.
What really made the Intergrale special was the combination of a 2.0 litre turbo charged engine and a sophisticated four wheel drive system, making it an ideal international rally car. Built in relatively small numbers (in left hand drive form only) the Intergrale was instantly recognised by its flared wheel arches and distinctive front grille/ quad headlamps. Production finished in 1994.
|1995cc||S4 DOHC||Fiat Twin Cam||84mm x 90mm|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
Buying Guide - Lancia Delta Integrale & HF 4WD (1986-94)
|Publication||Classic Cars February 2003|
|Buying Guide - Lancia Delta Integrale & HF 4WD (1986-94) - A complex four-whell-drive turbocharged homologation special made in Italy sounds like a nightmare, but a good one is huge fun for the money.|
Modern Classic Lancia Integrale
|Publication||Classic Car Mart May 2008|
|Modern Classic Lancia Integrale- For most rally enthusiast the Lancia Delta is a tempting buy. Dave Bowers looks at why the car is so special, and what it's like to own one.|
What's The Worst That Can Happen...When The Italians Go Rallying?
|Publication||Classic Car Mart December 2005|
|What's the worst that can happen...when the Italians go rallying? - From is launch in 1987, Lancia's integrale was hitting the headlines and taking the rally scene by storm. Paul Guinness recalls the model's huge impact around the world.|
Buying power - Lancia Integrale
|Publication||Classic Car Weekly 10 November 2005|
|Buying power - Lancia Integrale - A rally car for the road is a good description of Lancia's Delta Intergrale family. But rally cars can be troublesome, so read RICHARD GUNN's guide to getting one that won't send you in a spin.|
Classics April 2002 pg 30
|Publication||Classics April 2002|
|Three Stage Rockets. The Mini Cooper S, Ford Escort RS1800 and Lancia Delta Integrale were the ultimate rally cars, even though they were all based on family shopping cars. Tim Morgan tells their stories, while Andrew Noakes drives them.|