Lancia Delta Integrale HF Turbo Martini 1992 – SPRZEDANA

Widok samochodu, który po ponad 20 latach ma zaledwie 50 km na liczniku zdecydowanie robi wrażenie, szczególnie, gdy jest to model tak wyjątkowy i ważny dla historii motorsportu, jak Lancia Delta Integrale HF Turbo Martini. To numer 124 z limitowanej serii 400 sztuk, wypuszczonej dla uczczenia piątego z rzędu tytułu mistrza świata konstruktorów WRC. Poza wizualnymi zmianami jest to samochód technicznie odpowiadający wersji Evoluzione, z 210-konną jednostką 16V. Homologowane wersje samochodów wyścigowych i rajdowych z przełomu lat 80-tych i 90-tych są ostatnio prawdziwym hitem. Uzyskany wynik 106875 GBP (ok. 593 tys. PLN) potwierdził wartość uzyskaną w tym roku w Paryżu przez RM Auctions za podobny egzemplarz z przebiegiem 28 tys. km.


1992 Lancia Delta Integrale HF Turbo Martini 5
Lot No.: 722

Registration: Un-Registered-NOVA issued
Chassis Number: ZLA831ABO*00567553
Engine Number: 831E5.000
Number of cylinders: 4
CC: 1995
Year of Manufacture: 1992
Sold for (£): 106,875

Single ownership and 50km from new.

First seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1979, the Lancia Delta Integrale is best known for its domination of The World Rally Championship in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Constantly being developed, the first ‘Evoluzione’ cars were built at the end of 1991 and carried on through 1992 and these 'Evoluzione’ models were to be the final homologation cars built for the Lancia Rally Team competing under the Martini Racing banner.

In the never-ending quest for better handling, the Evoluzione had a wider front and rear track than earlier Deltas and in order to squeeze this under the bodywork, the already wide wheel arches were extended even further and in the process also became more rounded. The 'new’ Integrale retained the four-wheel-drive layout with an epicyclic centre diff and torque splitter, plus a Ferguson viscous coupling and Torsen rear differential. The engine, although technically the same as the earlier 16V cars, was remapped to give 210bhp at 5750rpm in order to compensate for the slight increase in weight and increased frontal area. These improvements were aimed at maximising the potential of the car and it worked, with the developed car shaving over 5% off previous stage times on asphalt and gravel.

This example of one of the most iconic and sought after cars of its era, is number 124 of the limited run of 400 cars built to celebrate the Integrale’s fifth consecutive victory in the World Championship for Manufacturers. It’s every inch, the 'poster car’ and presents beautifully in the distinctive white livery of the famous Martini drinks company, Lancia’s sponsors at the time, and the interior is trimmed in unmarked grey Alcantara. Despite the competition livery, this Integrale is a road car, a road that it has only ever seen once when it was delivered by the supplying dealer to its only owner where it has remained in perfect storage conditions for the last 22 years. The car has covered a distance of only 50 kilometers from new and is supplied with its original service book, manual, invoice and tool kit.

This 1992 Delta Integrale HF Turbo Martini 5 is very special, and whilst it’s not accurate to describe a 24year old car with 31 miles indicated as being 'like brand new’, we’re not sure how else to describe it.