The machine that dominated the rally world scores points for style, even in the base model.
With components adopted from the Fiat Ritmo, the Lancia made its debut in 1979 and in the next year won the European Car of the Year award. But it was the stunning performances in the WRC that earned the Delta worldwide fame. Armed with a blister fender and a powerful torque split 4WD, it dominated the opposition to win the WRC in 1987. The following year it evolved into an even more powerful machine in the form of the Integrale to continue its hold on the championship crown for six consecutive seasons until 1992.