This Lancia Delta Integrale Final Edition is no longer available. Please contact us for any further information you may require.
When Group B was canned at the end of the 1986 season, Lancia needed a production-based alternative to turn to. The Giorgetto Giugiaro's Italdesign penned Delta had been launched in 1979 and although briefly running as a narrow body car in the 1987 Championship- it won- it was the widened track, Integrale from 1988 that is remembered so favourably. The Delta would go on to take 6 Constructors' Championships, 4 Driver's Championships and 44 wins overall between 1987 and 1991.
The first Evoluzione in late 1991 brought with it a wider track, a remapped 16v engine and an alcantara interior. The Evoluzione II was introduced two years later. The revised turbo meant that despite the addition of a catalytic converter, power was still up. The Evoluzione II was the base for a number of special edition cars until production ended in 1995.
Based on the Evoluzione II, the Edizione Finale is one of the rarest and most sought after Intergrales. Built solely for the Japanese market, it was a limited run of 250 cars in Rosso Amaranto. It was the highest specification Delta and featured a number of options not seen on other cars. The centre stripe was added in the HF colours, a front strut brace, gunmetal grey 16'' wheels and a reworked engine management system taking the car to 215bhp. Inside added a silver shroud for the dials, carbon fibre accents and it was the only model to have a dashboard mounted, push button start.
Imported into the UK in 2017, this Edizione Finale has spent the vast majority of its life in Japan. The car has an unusually comprehensive service history from Japan and prior to its sale has received a service via marque specialists earlier this year. Thanks to extensive time in Japan, and meticulous maintenance, this Delta presents superbly and has covered just 47,500 miles from new. It is available to view at our showrooms just outside London immediately.